Recent literature on globalization and international academic mobility has noticed the ability of individuals – especially highly-skilled personnel with marketable expertise – to move freely in the international labour market (Saxenian, 2002), and therefore the intensified worldwide competition for “brain gain”, i.e., governments’ “attempts, efforts, programs, and projects aimed to draw scientific workers to a given country” (Jalowiecki & Gorzelak, 2004, p. 299). Copyright © 2016 Sense Publishers.
|Title of host publication||Spotlight on China: Chinese education in the globalized world|
|Editors||Shibao GUO, Yan GUO|
|Place of Publication||Boston|
|ISBN (Print)||9789463006675, 9789463006682|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2016|
CitationPan, S.-Y. (2016). Competing for global talents: China's brain gain strategies. In S. Guo & Y. Guo (Eds.), Spotlight on China: Chinese education in the globalized world (pp. 341-358). Boston: Sense Publishers.
- International student
- Brain drain
- Foreign student
- Confucius Institute
- UNESCO institute