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  • Research and Countermeasures of Management of the High-Level Overseas Talents  [MASS 2014]
  • DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.29001   PP.1 - 5
  • Author(s)
  • Liangyu Wang
  • This paper analyzes the very issue of reserving high-level overseas talents in domestic. Reservation of these talents is not just beneficial from local development but it is indeed part of national strategy. Not simple as it seems, the implementation of overseas talents is complex to cope with, which requires agility and patience. We have listed several examples of successful local countermeasures and discussed the main potential problem in introducing high-level overseas talents.

  • High-Level Overseas Talents, Strategy
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