Extensive briefing, please read through carefully.
The author should have a thorough understanding and interest in the topic.
Topic: Expatriates, Relocation, Ecoystems
Title: Expatriates living in their own Ecosystems - Example Germany
Circa 10-12 pages / 35.000 words
Style: non-academic but rather interesting to read with good base of facts (sources still referenced in APA style, take academic sources if available, has to pass Copyscape)
punctual transfers towards the new term „Expat Ecosystem“
Focus: business Expatriation, not political asylum (etc.)
Introduction: 2 pages
What is an expat (definition) [login to view URL] (focus on young, academic background, mostly single, free-mover, character open minded….[login to view URL]) World citizen
Global expat movements - history of relocation (e.g. Beat Generation / Lost Generation / ) nowadays more Self-initiated expatriation (free mover)
Worldwide: 222 million moved voluntarily to pursue economic opportunity / 3.1 million employed migrants came to OECD countries in 2015 // ~4 million studied outside their home countries in 2015 / 1.5 million new students in OECD countries in 2015
Germany: 287,000 new employees from EU-country in 2016 / 99,000 new employees from third countries in 2016
Reasons for expatriation (according to Internations: Work and Career, Love and Family, Adventure and Travel, Quality of Life, Education and Language // Relevant for expats: Quality of Life, Ease of Settling in, Working abroad, Familiy Life, Personal Finance)
What is an ecosystem: find 3 academic sources
(transfers towards the new term) What is an expat ecosystem?:
Community like internations ([login to view URL])
Expat countries based on facts:
rankings: Internations Expat Insider: [login to view URL]
HSBC has released a ranking of the best countries for career-driven expats, based on its latest expat explorer report.:
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Germany ranks 4th
Average expat salary: $97,693., Germany is the best destination for expats who main priority is acquiring new skills, followed by job security and career progression, according to HSBC. 70% of expats say job security is better than their home country.
Germany as expat country 3 pages
Expats creating an own ecosystem in Germany 5 pages
innovation, 1page start up ecosystem in Germany / Berlin
5 reasons why expats make great entrepreneurs: [login to view URL]
Mc. Kinsey: offer a multi-language one stop service agency to help foreign entrepreneurs to start a companyEntrepreneurship is certainly not easy in Germany: the World Bank ranks it a dismal 114th in the world for ease of starting a business.
(assumption Alex: expats are creating their own sub-culture / surrounding / ecosystem / „Birds of a feather flock together“.
Positive consequences: economy, cultural
Negative consequences: sub-culture, [login to view URL]
Notes/ Collection of sources:
Distinguish: migrants (also asylum seekers) and expats (students / skilled workforce)
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Germany 2015: 12Mio immigrants, 14,9% of population
OECD says: 16,4Mio
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Germany: ‘the land of poets and thinkers
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+ cost of living (differs per city),
- bureaucracy, finding home
englisch speaking proportion important,
job market competitive
fun fact, pick one for the story: „How to get Germanized“: [login to view URL] and/ or [login to view URL]
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