China’s Competition for Global Talents: Strategy, Policy and Recommendations

Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Research Report, May 2012

19 Pages Posted: 12 May 2013

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Huiyao Wang

Harvard Kennedy School; Center for China & Globalization

Date Written: May 24, 2012

Abstract

By all accounts, China’s human resource in aggregate terms is substantial, but its human capital continues to suffer huge deficits. China currently has over 1.4 million returned students and 50 million overseas Chinese abroad with major influence and tremendous intellectual, technological and financial resources. However, China has not attracted an adequate number of overseas talents to make up for the loss of human capital. This report examines China’s position in the global competition for talent and outlines measures for China to attract top talents from abroad.

Keywords: China Talent, Strategy, Policy, Recommendations

Suggested Citation

Wang, Huiyao, China’s Competition for Global Talents: Strategy, Policy and Recommendations (May 24, 2012). Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Research Report, May 2012. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2263701 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2263701

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