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An Analysis of the Obstacles and Countermeasures in the Implementation of Talent Policy in Resource-Based Cities —Based on the Study of Hegang City, the Coal City

Authors
Fuyan Hong, Shiming Zhang
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Fuyan Hong
Available Online 6 February 2021.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210206.030How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Resource-based city, talent policy, policy implementation
Abstract
Hegang City in Heilongjiang Province is a typical resource-based city with relatively exhausted energy and relatively backward economy. Difficulties in the implementation of talent policy and stagnant talent work are the “bottleneck” that restricts the sound and rapid economic development of Hegang City. Therefore, how to innovate the talent policy and efficiently implement the talent policy is the stepping stone to Hegang’s economic transformation. This article uses the SWOT analysis method to study the conclusions of internal and external difficulties affecting the implementation of the talent policy in Hegang City, and proposes the analysis of countermeasures for the transformation of the resource industry to develop the economy and the government to change the concept to focus on talents, in order to solve the problem of excessive resistance to the implementation of the talent policy in Hegang City.
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TI  - An Analysis of the Obstacles and Countermeasures in the Implementation of Talent Policy in Resource-Based Cities —Based on the Study of Hegang City, the Coal City
BT  - Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Modern Education Management, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Social Science (MEMIESS 2020)
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