Wang Huiyao

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Wang Huiyao
Wang Huiyao in 2019
Wang Huiyao during the MSC 2019
NationalityChinese
CitizenshipChina
EducationGuangdong University of Foreign Studies,
University of Western Ontario, and
University of Manchester.
Known forFounder and President of Center for China and Globalization
Political partyJiusan Society
Websitewww.wanghuiyao.com

Huiyao (Henry) Wang (Chinese: 王辉耀; born July 2, 1958) is the founder and president of Center for China and Globalization (CCG), a think tank in China.[1] Wang plays multiple policy advisory roles in China, as a counselor for the State Council appointed by Premier Li Keqiang in 2015,[2] and honorable vice chairman of China Association for International Economic Cooperation (CAIEC) under the Ministry of Commerce.[3]

Wang also holds a number of positions in international organizations and educational institutions. He is steering committee member of the Paris Peace Forum,[4] and a member of the Migration Advisory Board of International Organization of Migration (IOM) of United Nations.[5] He is also the Dean of Institute of Development Studies of China Southwestern University of Finance and Economics[6] and a member of the Duke Kunshan University Advisory Council.[7]

Wang frequently participates in the discussion and debates about global issues like China and globalization, global governance, international trade and investment, global migration and talent, as well as think tank development, such as Munich Security Conference,[8] Munk Debates,[9] Paris Peace Forum,[10] and Athens Democracy Forum.[11] Wang, an advocate for “Track II” diplomacy between China-foreign academic exchange,[12] has joined and held multiple dialogues between Chinese and US think tanks and research institutes, including CSIS,[13] the Hudson Institute,[14] and Brookings Institution.[15] He has also been interviewed by The New York Times,[16] CNN,[17] and BBC News[18] for the perspectives on trade and globalization issues as well as China policies.

Wang is a central committee member of the Jiusan Society, one of the country's eight legally-permitted minor political parties subservient to the Chinese Communist Party.[19][20] According to a statement by the CCG, Wang is also vice chairman of the Western Returned Scholars Association, which is under the jurisdiction of the United Front Work Department of the Chinese Communist Party.[21][22][23][24] In 2018, Wang's affiliation with the United Front Work Department attracted the attention of Senator Marco Rubio and sparked subsequent discussions of government influence with think tanks.[24][22][23][25]

Wang obtained his PhD degrees at the University of Western Ontario and University of Manchester.[26] He was a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School and a visiting fellow at Brookings Institution.[27]

Early life[edit]

Wang Huiyao became one of those who were enrolled in college after the entrance examination system was re-instituted in 1977.[28] After graduating from Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, he worked as an official in the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation a couple of years (now Ministry of Commerce). Then, he went on to study abroad and received an MBA from the University of Windsor in Ontario Canada.[29] Afterwards, he obtained his PhD degrees at the University of Western Ontario and University of Manchester.[30] Meanwhile, he worked a number of years in Canada's business sector, including serving as Chief Trade Representative for Quebec Government Office in Hong Kong and Greater China.[29]

Wang was also a senior fellow at Harvard Kennedy School and a visiting fellow at Brookings, the experience which most of his “articles and books about U.S. think tanks largely based on”,[31]  as well as a senior fellow at Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.[32]  Besides, Wang was an adjunct professor at the Guanghua Management School of Peking University and Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.[33]

Activities[edit]

In recent years, Wang has been frequently seen at high-level international conferences speaking about pressing issues like China and globalization, global governance, international trade and investment, global migration and talent, as well as think tank development. He was a co-host and main speaker at the China-themed events of the 2019 and 2020 Munich Security Conference that brought together influential policymakers like former US Secretary of State John Kerry and former chairperson of the National People's Congress Foreign Affairs Committee Fu Ying.[8][34] He was invited as a panelist at the 2019 Rhodes Forum in Greece by the Dialogue of Civilization Research Institute,[35] and won the 2019 Munk Debates on whether China is a threat to international order.[9] For two consecutive years, he was selected to present global governance innovation proposals at the Paris Peace Forum.[10][36] Wang spoke about the future of the Eurasia at the 2019 Astana Club annual meeting,[37] and discussed at the 2019 Athens Democracy Forum by the New York Times.[38] He was also a keynote speaker at a session on China-foreign relations of the Economist’s World Trade Symposium in 2019.[39] He brought China’s perspectives to the discussion about the Korea Peninsula at the 2019 International Forum on One Korea,[40] and shared his idea about “Belt and Road” initiative and China-India relations to the 2019 Growth Net Summit in New Delhi.[41]

Wang has actively advocated for “Track II” diplomacy to increase China-foreign academic and business exchange,[12] and has joined and held a number of dialogues between Chinese and US think tanks and research institutes. During the recent visit to the U.S., he joined the 2019 CSIS China Power Conference[13] and co-hosted the Brookings Institution podcast with David Dollar on China's economic development.[15] He was one of the main speakers at Hudson Institute's seminar on U.S.-China Trade Relations and Challenges in 2018[14] joined by Hudson President Ken Weinstein,[42] who was invited to visit CCG in 2019 to continue with the discussion.[43] In November, 2019, he also spoke at a US-China Business Council seminar to discuss with American business community about the impact of decreasing US-China investment on global economy.[44] His delegation was also received by the Wilson Center to have dialogues with American scholars on the bilateral trade relations in 2018.[45]

Meanwhile, Wang has been interviewed by global media outlets, such as GZERO Media, Al-Jazeera,[46] Bloomberg,[47] and the Wall Street Journal,[48]  to comment on trade and economic issues as well as China policies. He has been a contributor and columnist to a number of media such as The New York Times,[49] and the South China Morning Post.[50]

Publications[edit]

Wang has published nearly 100 books and hundreds of articles and papers in both Chinese and English on various topics including global trade, global governance, global migration, China outbound and inbound investment, overseas Chinese, and Chinese think tanks. His latest English books include: Handbook on China and Globalization (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019),[51] China’s Domestic and International Migration Development (Springer, 2019),[52] and China Goes Global: How China’s Overseas Investment is Transforming Its Business Enterprises (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).[53]

English Books[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu (2019), Handbook on China and Globalization,[54] Edward Elgar, United Kingdom
  • Wang, Huiyao& Miao, Lu(2019),China's Domestic and International Migration Development, Springer
  • Miao, Lu & Wang, Huiyao(2017), International Migration of China,[55] Springer, Singapore
  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu (2016), "China Goes Global: How China's Overseas Investment is Transforming Its Business Enterprises",[56] Palgrave Macmillan, London, England
  • Wang, Huiyao & Bao, Yue (2016), "Reverse Migration in Contemporary China - Returnees, Entrepreneurship and the Chinese Economy",[57] Palgrave Macmillan, London, England
  • Wang Huiyao, Liu Yipeng(2015): Entrepreneurship and Talent Management from a Global Perspective: Global Returnees,[58] Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., United Kingdom
  • Wang Huiyao(2012):Globalizing China: The Influence, Strategies and Successes of Chinese Returnees,[59] Emerald Publishing, United Kingdom
  • Zhang Wenxian, Wang Huiyao and Alon Ilon(2011): Entrepreneurial and Business Elites of China: The Chinese Returnees Who Have Shaped Modern China, Emerald Publishing, United Kingdom
  • Wang, Huiyao, Paul W.(1988): Multinational Joint Ventures in Developing Countries,[60] New York: Routledge

Contributions to books in English[edit]

  • " China's Outward Investment: Chinese Enterprise Globalization's Characteristics, Trends, and Challenges" of "China's International Investment Strategy"[1], Oxford University Press, UK.
  • 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, Bijun & Wang, Huiyao (2011), Chinese Manufacturing Firms' Overseas Direct Investment: Patterns, Motivations and Challenges in the book of Rising China: Global Challenges and Opportunities, p. 99, Jane Golley and Ligang Song, eds., ANU Press

English Journal Papers[edit]

  • Zweig, David & Wang, Huiyao (2013) “Can China Bring Back the Best? The Communist Party Organizes China’s Search for Talent.”China Quarterly, 4 Jan 2013.
  • Wang, Huiyao (2012): Ten Chinese going global models: emerging patterns and analysis,[61] European Journal of Finance, 4 Jan 2013.
  • 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.[62] SAIS Review of International Affairs, 25, Dec 2011.
  • Wang, Huiyao, David Zweig, Lin, Xiaohua:(2011) Returnee Entrepreneurs: Impact on China's Globalization Process[63] journal=Journal of Contemporary China, 23 May 2011.
  • Wadhwa, Vivek, Jain, Sonali, Saxenian, AnnaLee, Gereffi, Gary and Wang, Huiyao, (2011) The Grass is Indeed, Greener in India and China for Returnee Entrepreneurs: America's New Immigrant Entrepreneurs – Part VI[64] Published by Kauffman Foundation. April 18, 2011[65]
  • Bijun Wang, Huiyao Wang (2011), Chinese Manufacturing Firms' Overseas Direct Investment: Patterns, Motivations and Challenges in the book of Rising China: Global Challenges and Opportunities, p. 99.[66]
  • Wang Huiyao: (2010) China's National Talent Development Plan: Objectives and Key Measures.[67] Brooking, July 2013.
  • Wang, Huiyao and David Zweig, (2010), China's Diaspora and Returnees, The Influence on China's Globalization Process, Sustainable Reform and Development in Post-Olympic China By Shujie Yao, Wu Bin, Dylan Sutherland, Stephen Morgan, Routledge Series: Routledge Studies on the Chinese Economy[68] Routledge, August,2014.
  • Wang, Huiyao (1992), Canada's Growing Business Ties with greater 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.
  • Beamish, Paul and Wang, Huiyao. (1989), Investing in China via Joint Ventures.[69] Management International Review, Vol. 29, No. 1 (1st Quarter, 1989)
  • 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

Books in Chinese[edit]

  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu (2018), "Rising Tide: Forty Years of Chinese Enterprises Going Global", China Social Sciences Press, China
  • Miao, Lu & Wang, Huiyao (2018), "Talent War 2.0", Eastern Publishing Press, China
  • Miao, Lu & Wang, Huiyao (2018), "The Roadmap of Talent Development", China Social Sciences Press, Beijing, China [2]
  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu (2018), "What's Next for Globalization? Great Changes and China's Proposed Approaches", China Social Sciences Press, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2018), "Talent Innovation: discussions with leading experts ", Renshi Publishing Press, China
  • Miao, Lu & Wang, Huiyao (2017), "Great Turning, Who would push forward next globalization", Eastern Publishing Press, China [3]
  • Wang, Huiyao (2017), "Report on China's Regional International Talents Competitiveness", Social Science Academic Press, China
  • Miao, Lu & Wang, Huiyao (2017), "A generation of Reform and Opening Up", CTPH Chinese Translation Publishing House, China [4]
  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu (2017), "A Reform-and-Opening-up Generation: Memoirs of College Students of 1977, 78, and 79 Grades.", People's Publishing House, China
  • Miao, Lu & Wang, Huiyao (2017), "Globalization VS Deglobalization", Oriental Publishing Press, China [5]
  • Wang, Huiyao & Kang Rongping (2017), "Report on Development of Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurs 2017", The Chinese Overseas Publishing House, China [6]
  • Wang, Huiyao (2016), "Chinese Returnees' Time: An Interview of 40 Well Known Chinese Returnees", China Translation Publishing, China
  • Miao, Lu & Wang, Huiyao (2016), "The World of Becoming Entrepreneur." China Central Compilation & Translation Press, China
  • Miao, Lu & Wang, Huiyao (2016), " A Review on How to Start Chinese Enterprises", China Central Compilation & Translation Press, China
  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu (2015), "Outbound Tide, Chinese Companies Going Global", China Machine Press, China
  • Liu, Hong & Wang, Huiyao (2015), "The Singarpore's Talent Strategy and Its Practice", Dangjian Publishing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu, (2015), "Global Executive Search and Talent War", China Machine Press, Beijing, China
  • Edouard Cukierman, Daniel Rouach, Huiyao Wang (2015), "Israel Valley:Creating Shields Through Technological Innovation", Chinese Edition, China Machine Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2015), A Collection of Eassys on Global Talent Strategy, Dangjian Publishing, Beijing, China.
  • Wang, Huiyao (2014), "A Century of Returnees in Innovating China", People's Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu (2014), "Global Talent Blue Book—Report on Overseas Chinese Professional Development", China Social Science Academy Press, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao & Miao, Lu (2014), "Global Think Tanks", People's Publishing Press, Beijing, China
  • 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
  • Wang, Huiyao (2012), China Migration Tide--How China Can Keep the Talent, China CITIC Press
  • 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
  • Beamish, Paul and Wang, Huiyao (2011), "An Anthology on Ivey Business Journal", China Jigong 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 (2010), National Strategy—Talents Change World, China People's 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 (2009), Talent War-The Competition for the Most Scarce Resources in the World, CITIC Publishing House, Beijing, China
  • Wang, Huiyao (2007), Contemporary Chinese Returnees, China Development Press of China State Council Development of Research Centre, Beijing, China
  • 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

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