Innovation through connectivity

The role of global talent mobility in the BRI attempt to establish a knowledge based economy in China

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Resumé

In this paper, we explore Chinese policy on talent mobility from the Chinese opening in 1978 until the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative. We identify a long-term trend in Chinese policy towards allowing talents more mobility both in number and in scope. As a result, there has been an increased number of individuals who now improve their skills, knowledge, and network globally and whom the Chinese state, companies, and institutions compete for on a global “market” for human resources. The Belt and Road Initiative continues this trend towards opening up by creating a more porous China in which opportunities and challenges emerge. Finally, we conclude that porous boundaries might have a substantial effect on transnational entrepreneurship at the high end of technological and scientific innovation.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato24 aug. 2019
StatusUdgivet - 24 aug. 2019
BegivenhedCICALICS 2019: Global Collaborative Innovation Systems - Current Trends and Probing for the Future - Sino-Danish Centre, Huairou, Beijing, Kina
Varighed: 20 aug. 201925 aug. 2019
http://sdc-socialscience.com/2019-cicalics-academy-and-workshop/

Workshop

WorkshopCICALICS 2019
LokationSino-Danish Centre, Huairou
LandKina
ByBeijing
Periode20/08/201925/08/2019
Internetadresse

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2019. Abstract fra CICALICS 2019, Beijing, Kina.

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