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This book provides a systemic and detailed monographic study of Chinese outbound migration. It not only breaks down the basic trends of this migration with respect to destinations and the like, but also analyzes its unique features, which include the largely middle- and upper-class makeup of emigrants and their investment activities overseas, particularly when it comes to buying property. The Chinese are the largest foreign buyers of real estate in the US, Canada and Australia. By explaining this and other special aspects of Chinese emigration and their impact on China and receiving countries, this book provides a fresh and interesting look at this important phenomenon.
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Dr. Lu Miao is Executive General Secretary for the CCG and General Secretary of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security’s China Global Talent Society. She received her Ph.D. in contemporary Chinese studies from Beijing Normal University and has been a visiting scholar at New York University’s China House and the Fairbank Center at Harvard University. Dr. Miao has authored several research papers and edited a number of books, including The Chinese Overseas Students’ Development Report, 2013 and Chinese Overseas Returnees’ Development, both of which she edited for the Chinese Academy’s Social Sciences Press. She is also the author of Global Think Tanks, which was published last year by the People’s Publishing House in Beijing.
Dr. Huiyao Wang is the founder and President of the Center for China & Globalization (CCG), which was rated as one of the top three independent think tanks in China and one of the top 50 Asian think tanks in a recent University of Pennsylvania survey. Dr. Wang has published nearly 50 books and over 100 articles on China and globalization, focusing on the global circulation of Chinese talent and Chinese firms investing abroad. Several of these books, notably Globalizing China: the strategy, influence and success of Chinese returnee entreprenuers (London: Emerald Publishing Group, 2012), have been published in the West. He is also the Counselor of the China State Council Counselors Office, Vice Chairman of the China Association for International Economic Cooperation under the Ministry of Commerce, a member of the Migration Advisory Board of the International Organization for Migration, and serves on the Yale University Asia Development Council. He has been a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution as well as an adjunct/visiting professor at the Gunaghua School of Management, Peking University, Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, and China University of Political Science and Law. Dr. Wang studied at the University of Manchester, where he received his MBA and Ph.D. in management.