Wang Huiyao

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Wang.
Wang Huiyao
Nationality Chinese
Citizenship China
Education Guangdong University of Foreign Studies,
University of Windsor,
University of Western Ontario,
University of Manchester, and
Harvard Business School.
Alma mater Guangdong University of Foreign Studies,
Known for Founding Director General of Center for China and Globalization
Notable work(s) published over 30 books and over 100 articles and papers on the international business and Chinese global talent issues

Wang Huiyao (Chinese: 王辉耀; pinyin: Wáng Huīyào; born July 2, 1958) is a well-known Chinese expert on global talent, Chinese oveseas returnes, overseas Chinese and students, global migration issues and on Chinese firms going global; a founder of a global Chinese think tank CCG and several Chinese well-known overseas returnees organizations; a social entrepreneur and a top adviser to the Chinese government at both central and provincial levels as well as to international organizations and Fortune 500 firms. He has a work life span over both Chinese and foreign governments, multinational executive and business entrepreneurs and academic circles. He has taught at Peking University, Tsinghua University, University of Western Ontario, and was a visiting fellow at Brookings Institution. Currently, he is a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, a policy fellow of Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA), a steering committee member of International Metropolis, an advisory board member of Richard Ivey School of Business in Asia and also an advising member of AESC, the largest worldwide headhunters association based in New York. Dr. Wang has also published over 40 books and over 100 papers. He is also a frequent speaker at different international forums and often interviewed by various influential media.

Biography[edit]

Dr. Wang Huiyao is the Founding Director General of Center for China and Globalization (CCG)[1] and the Founding President of South China Global Talent Institute.[2] He is a Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, Founding President of China Global Talent Society, and Vice Chairman of the China Western Returned Scholars Association (WRSA), the largest Chinese overseas returned scholars’ organization in China with over 80,000 members. In addition, he is the Vice Chairman of China Association for International Economic Cooperation under the Ministry of Commerce and also the Vice Chairman of China Talent Society of Ministry of Human Resources and Vice Chairman of Overseas Returned Entrepreneurial Guiding Committee of the same Ministry. Furthermore, he is a Deputy Director of Central Economic Committee of China Jiu San Society and is an adviser to Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Beijing Committee as well as serving as a Standing Director of China Overseas Friendship Association of The Ministry of United Front. Dr. Wang is also a Senior Fellow at Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and was a visiting fellow of the Brookings Institution.

Dr. Wang is well known for his initiatives and leadership for social organizations and think tanks in China. He has been an adviser to the Chinese government, as well as established enterprises and social organizations in China. Dr. Wang was appointed as an expert’s group leader for global talents strategy study by Chinese Government Talents Coordination Office as well as a team leader for economic group of Overseas Experts Advisory Committee for the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office. Dr. Wang used to work as an official for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations and Trade (now Ministry of Commerce) and involved with China’s going global initiatives.

Dr. Wang’s international experience includes serving as Chief Trade Representative for the Quebec Government Offices in China and Hong Kong (the first mainland born Chinese to be appointed to this position in Canada), Director of Asia of SNC-Lavalin and Vice President for AMEC-Agra in Canada, both among the largest project consulting and management companies in the world. He has also served in the past as a senior China adviser to GE, Siemens, ABB, Alstom, Westinghouse and Mitsubishi among others.

Dr. Wang has a BA degree in English and American Literature from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies and later continued his graduate studies at University of Windsor, University of Western Ontario and University of Manchester, obtained an MBA degree and a PhD degree in international management. He also undertook further training at Harvard Business School.

Dr. Wang has been an adjunct professor at the University of Western Ontario's Ivey School of Business and Peking University's Guanghua School of Management. He has also been a visiting professor at the China University of Political Science and Law, China Agricultural University, Xian Jiaotong University, Harbin Engineering University, Capital University of Economics and Business and Guangdong University of Foreign Studies. Dr. Wang has also taught at Tsinghua University's Economic and Management School. His research focusing on global talents issues, Chinese returnees’ development, China’s development model, Chinese international entrepreneurship, Chinese firms going global, overseas’ Chinese affairs and on global think tanks.

Dr. Wang has published over 40 books and over 100 articles and papers on the international business and Chinese global talent issues, including his latest English book such as Globalizing China The Influence, Strategies and Successes of Chinese Returnees", and his well known Chinese book Contemporary Chinese Returnees, Talent Wars, Global Talent Blue Book Series on Returnees, Overseas Student and Immigration on of China and National Strategy—Talent Changes World.

Dr. Wang is a frequently invited speaker at different Chinese and international forums and often interviewed by well known media such as CCTV, China Daily, People’s Daily, Times, BBC, CNN, NHK, Economist, Financial Times, Newsweek, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, CBC, Canadian Business, Globe and Mail, South China Morning Post, Tsingtao, Ming Pao among others.

Publications[edit]

"'Recent Journal Papers on SSRN"' *[1]

Single Author Books[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao (2012)" Globalizing China The Influence, Strategies and Successes of Chinese Returnees", Emerald Group Publishing Limited, United Kingdom.
  • Wang, Huiyao (2012) "Imigration Tide--How China Can Keep the Talent“,China CITIC Press
  • Wang, Huiyao (2010), National Strategy—Talents Change World, China People’s Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang Huiyao (2009), Talent War-The Competition for the Most Scarce Resources in the World, CITIC Publishing House, Beijing, China
  • Wang Huiyao (2008), Open up Your Life-A Study of 200 Elite Chinese, China People’s Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Contemporary Chinese Returnees, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Reflections of 100 Chinese Returnees, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2004), Returning Times—An Overall Review and Analysis on Chinese Returnees, Beijing: China Central Compilation & Translation Press
  • Wang, Huiyao (2003), MBA Talents-An Overall Analysis of MBA Education in China and Abroad, Beijing, China Writers Publishing House
  • Wang, Huiyao (2001), The New Chinese Businessmen—Creating a New China Business Class, Beijing: China Writers Publishing House
  • Wang, Huiyao (2000), Walking in the Forest---A Collection of Essays and Articles, Beijing: China Writers Publishing House
  • Wang, Huiyao (1998), Returnee, Diplomat and Entrepreneur, Beijing: China Writers Publishing House

Translated Books[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao & Shi, Guanglan, (2009), Dreams from My Father, A story of Race and Inheritance, by Barack Obama, US President, for the Chinese version personally authorized by President Obama, Nanjing, Yilin Publishing House

Chief Editor Books[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao (2014), Global Talent Blue Book--Annual Report of Chinese International Migration, China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2013), Global Talent Blue Book--Annual Report of Chinese Students Study Abroad, China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao, (2013), Global Talent Blue Book--Annual Report of Chinese Returnee Development, China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2013), Blue Book on Regional Competitiveness--Report on China’s Regional Talent Competitiveness (No.1), China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2012), Global Talent Blue Book--Annual Report of Chinese International Migration, China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2012), Global Talent Blue Book--Annual Report of Chinese Students Study Abroad, China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao, (2012), Global Talent Blue Book--Annual Report of Chinese Returnee Entreprenerus, China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2011), China Overseas Development--Views from Overseas on China Going Global, China DOngfang Publishing Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2011), Talent Competition--Views from Overseas on China Talent Strtegy, China Dongfang Publishing Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao, (2010), China Model--How Overseas Viewing China’s Rise, China Phoenix Publishing Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao, (2010), Suggestion for China by Chinese Overseas Educated Scholars, China Dongfang (People’s) Publishing Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao, Miao, Danguo and Chen, Xi (2009), The Chinese Overseas Educated Scholars Talents Development Report 2009, China Huazhang Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Charming Scholars---Interviews with 10 Returning Scholars in China, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Venture Capitalists---Interviews with 10 Returning Venture Capitalists in China, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Entrepreneurial Hero---Interviews with 10 Returning Entrepreneurs in China, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Top Careers—Interviews with 10 Returning Top Managers in China, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Movers on Wall Street---Interviews with 10 Returning Founders on Listed Firms in China, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Investment Bankers---Interviews with 10 Chinese Investment Bankers in China, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2004), Pioneering in China—50 Business Start-ups by Western Trained Returnees, Beijing: China Central Compilation & Translation Press

Co-Authored Books[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao & Zhang Xiaomeng,(2013)”Path of Public Management Elite at Harvard--Experiences of Harvard Kennedy School and the Revelation of Its Talents Training Success,China CITIC Press
  • Zhang, Wenxian, Wang, Huiyao and Alon Ilon (2011), Entrepreneurial and Business Elites of China: The Chinese Returnees who have Shaped Modern China, to be published by Emerald Group Publishing [2]
  • Beamish, Paul and Wang, Huiyao (2011),An Anthology on Ivey Business Journal, China Jigong Publishing Press, Beijing, China

Contributions to Books[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Comment on The Mobility of Chinese Human Capital in Movement of Global Talent: The Impact of High Skill Labor Flows from India and China; Policy Research Institute for the Region, Princeton University Press
  • Wang, Huiyao (2009), The Success Factors of Chinese Returnee Entrepreneurs, Edited by Pan, Chengguang in Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Talent, published by China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China

Academic Published Paper[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao, (2013), “China’s Return Migration and Its Impact on Home Development”, UN Chronicle, The Magazine of United Nations, Number, 2013
  • Zweig, David; Wang, Huiyao, (2013) “Can China Bring Back the Best? The Communist Party Organizes China's Search for Talent”, China Quarterly, September, 2013
  • Wang,Huiyao (2012): "Ten Chinese going global models: emerging patterns and analysis, The European Journal of Finance," DOI:10.1080/1351847X.2012.671786
  • Wang, Huiyao, (2011) "China’s New Talent Strategy: Impact on China’s Development and its Global Exchanges", The SAIS Review of International Affairs, The Johns Hopkins University Press,Nov.
  • Wang, Huiyao, David Zwieig, Lin, Xiaohua, Returnee Entrepreneurs: Impact on China’s Globalization Process, Journal for Contemporary China, Vol. 20, No 70, June 2011
  • Wadwa, Vivek, Jain, Sonali, Saxenian, AnnaLee, Gereffi, Gary and Wang, Huiyao, The Grass is Indeed Greener in India and China for Returnee Entrepreneurs: America's New Immigrant Entrepreneurs – Part VI (April 8, 2011). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1824670
  • Bijun Wang,Huiyao Wang (2011),Chinese Manufacturing Firms’ Overseas Direct Investment (ODI): Patterns, Motivations and Challenges in the book of RISING CHINA: GLOBAL CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES, p. 99, Jane Golley and Ligang Song, eds., ANU Press,
  • Wang,Huiyao, China's National Talent Plan: Key Measures and Objectiveshttp://www.brookings.edu/~/media/Files/rc/papers/2010/1123_china_talent_wang/1123_china_talent_wang.pdf]
  • Beamish, Paul and Wang, Huiyao. (1989), Investing in China via Joint Ventures. Management International Review, 29(1): 57-64.
  • Wang, Huiyao (1992), Canada's Growing Business Ties with China & Hong Kong, Intertrade, Official Journal of Chinese Ministry of Foreign Economic Cooperation and Trade. July Issue
  • Wang, Huiyao (1991), Quebec's Trade with China, Canada-Hong Kong Business, published by Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. Sept/Oct
  • Wang, Huiyao (1986), Chinese Companies Expands to Overseas Market, Intertrade, Official Journal of Chinese Ministry of Foreign Economic Cooperation and Trade. February Issue
  • Wang, Huiyao (1986), China Sets up Joint Ventures Overseas, Intertrade, Official Journal of Chinese Ministry of Foreign Economic Cooperation and Trade. January Issue
  • Wang, Huiyao (1984), International Labor Service Market and Its Development Trend, Intertrade, Official Journal of Chinese Ministry of Foreign Economic Cooperation and Trade. June Issue

Selected Conference Papers and Presentations[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao, China’s National Talent Plan: Objectives and Opportunities?, keynote presentation at the opening of 16th ACPSS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Engaging China: Sino-American Relations, Sustainable Development and Beyond—In cooperation with Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center, United Societies of China Studies (USCS), and Harvard Kennedy School China Society. Harvard University,Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 5–7, 2010
  • Wang, Huiyao, China Returnees’ Contributions, Success and Challenges, keynote paper presented at The First National China Talent Development Forum organized by Ministry of Human Resources and the paper was awarded First Prize by China Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang and Minister of Human Resources Yin Weiming. Beijing, China, October 22–23, 2010
  • Wang, Huiyao, China’s Talent Plan, Where Will It Lead China to?, key presentation made to a John L. Thornton China Center Event: China’s New Talent Policy in a Global Context, Brookings Institution, Sept. 20, 2010
  • Wang, Huiyao, presentation made to a conference on Migration in China and Asia: Experience and Policy,A Conference organized by The International Metropolis Project and Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, May 20–21, 2010 Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao, Chinese Returnees: Impact on China’s Modernization & Globalization, key presentation made to a John L. Thornton China Center Event: Chinese Foreign- Educated Returnees: Shaping China’s Future? Brookings Institution, April 6, 2010
  • Wang, Huiyao, China’s New Generation and Global Talents, keynote presentation made to Global China Connection 2nd annual U.S. conference “China, A New Generation”at Columbia University, New York City, April 3, 2010
  • Wang, Huiyao, keynote presentation was made on Chinese-African Business Cooperation at Global China Business Meeting, organized by Horasis, 9–10 November 2009, Lisbon, Portugal
  • Liu,Hong, Liu, Hang and Wang, Huiyao: Chinese Returnee High-tech Entrepreneurship: The Case of Vimicro. Paper in the proceedings of the 18th Annual World Business Congress of the IMDA held in Tbilisi, Georgia, 1 – 5 July 2009
  • Wang, Huiyao, presentation made to the Conference on Selected Profiles of Canadians Abroad held by Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and DFAIT on June 16, 2009 in Vancouver
  • Wang, Huiyao, China’s Returnees: Key Strategy and Success Factors in Chinese Market, Paper presented to 50th Annual Convention of International Studies Association, New York City, NY, February 15–18, 2009
  • Wang, Huiyao, Returnees, Seagulls and Brain Circulation, paper presented to the Conference on “Post Olympic China: Globalization and Sustainable Development after Three Decades of Reform”, School of Contemporary Studies, University of Nottingham, UK, November 19–20, 2008
  • Wang, Huiyao, presentation on Chinese Firms Going Global was made at Global China Business Meeting, organized by Horasis, 17–19 November 2008, Barcelona, Spain
  • Wang, Huiyao and David Zweig, China’s Diaspora and Returnees: Roles and Contributions to China’s Globalization Process, Paper presented at Conference on “The Globalization of Chinese Enterprises: Transformational Politics, Business Strategies, and Future Paths”, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. October 9–10, 2008
  • Wu Bin and Wang Huiyao, Going Global of Chinese Private Enterprises: Wenzhouese Model and Its Impact on Home Development, Paper presented at Conference on The Globalization of Chinese Enterprises: Transformational Politics, Business Strategies, and Future Paths, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. October 9–10, 2008
  • Wang, Huiyao, People on the Move, keynote presentation made to 7th Europe Asia Young Leaders Forum, “Mapping the Globalized Worlds of Work – The Emergence of a New Economic Landscape “organized by BMW, CEIBS and NUS, September 4–7, 2008, Seoul
  • Tung, Rosalie L. and Wang, Huiyao, Chinese Ex-Host Country Nationals or Returnees in China: An Empirical Investigation of the Motivations and Challenges Associated with their Return to China, Academy of International Business Conference in Indianapolis, USA (June 25–28, 2007)
  • Kerr, William, Nanda, Ramana (MIT) and Wang, Huiyao (2007), Documenting the Level of Start-up Capital and the Nature of Financial Contracts between Expatriate Communities and Local Entrepreneurs in China and India, Academy of International Business Conference in Indianapolis, USA (June 25–28, 2007)
  • Liu, Hong and Wang, Huiyao,Chinese Returnees: Drivers, Behavior and Performance, Academy of International Business Conference in Indianapolis, USA (June 25–28, 2007)

(Sources: Center for China and Globalization: Management)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ccg.org.cn/en/index.asp
  2. ^ http://scgti.org/ccg/

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