Reverse Migration in Contemporary China: Returnees, by Huiyao Wang, Yue Bao

By Huiyao Wang, Yue Bao

The authors examine the phenomenon of hugely expert chinese language returnees and their effect at the improvement of the chinese language economic climate and society, and at the transformation of China right into a key participant at the international degree. They examine the explanations why chinese language marketers decide to go back to their local state and the way their abroad event shapes their perspective and behaviours. This examine is solidly grounded on clean info from on-line and offline surveys and on proof amassed in over 2 hundred interviews of profitable returnees marketers. those worldwide chinese language returnees have contributed to the increase of chinese language economic system right into a international powerhouse and this carrying on with mind move and move can have even more destiny implications and effect for China's alternate with outdoor global.

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Observational data documented in the field note include information from an interviewee when responding to a certain question, or new ideas and information that an interviewee provided, and their significance to the overall research. The field note serves as a reference point, helping to highlight key themes in the study. Analyzing the data Information from the interviews has been split into categories and recorded under the appropriate theme using a kind of “cut and Theoretical Framework and Research Methodology 37 paste” technique.

Finally, Chapter 8 sets forth the policy implications of China’s effort to attract and retain top talent from abroad. 2 Theoretical Framework and Research Methodology This book has been undertaken in response to the new phenomenon of reverse Chinese migration, in which growing numbers of Westerntrained Chinese are choosing to return home to start their own businesses and play a pivotal role in changing China’s domestic business landscape and fostering a new economy for their mother country. Many Chinese returnees are active in economic activities that are currently experiencing rapid growth.

Christensen, Suarez and Utterback (1999) argued that the usual survival strategies of corporations—targeting new market areas or introducing innovations into well-established sectors— depend on the stage of development reached by a given industry or economic sector. Most institutional characteristics reviewed in the literature can generally be categorized into the three areas of practices, standards and policies. , 2010). , 1983). Such efforts are focused on symbols, cognitive systems and normative beliefs.

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