Getting Graduates to Come HomeNot So Easy
Keywords:Cross-Border Education, Economics of Higher Education, Globalization and Internationalization, International and Foreign Students, Brian Circulation and Brain Drain, Diversity, Ethnicity, and Race, China, United Kingdom (of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), United States of America
AbstractChina seeks to attract its best professors who are teaching in other countries to return home. This is not an easy task. The problems and dilemmas are analyzed.
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