China's Innovation Policies

Background

Over the past three decades, China has experienced rapid economic growth and a fascinating transformation of its industry. However, much of this success is the result of industrial imitation and China‚Äôs continuing success now relies heavily on its ability to strengthen its indigenous innovation capability. China's path to innovation in science and technology-based industries is now unfolding at an unprecedented pace. This research theme examines how China should reform and develop its innovation policies and institutions to better foster innovation and entrepreneurship in the country.

Working Papers
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Open Innovation in China: Policies and Practices (Xiaolan Fu and Hongru Xiong)

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Competition, Openness and Innovation in Emerging Economies: The Roles of Technology and Ownership (Xiaolan Fu, Guobing Shen and Shuojun Huang)

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China: Long-Term Development Issues and Options, Past and Present (Adrian Wood)

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Do Intra-Country Pollution Havens Exist? FDI and Environmental Regulations in China (Jing Zhang and Xiaolan Fu)

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China's Development Model: An Alternative Strategy for Technological Catch-Up (Xielin Lu)

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China and the World: Assessment and Prospect of the 'Post-Crisis' Era (Angang Hu)

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Government Support, Innovation and Productivity in the Haidian (Beijing) District (Can Huang, Yilin Wu, Pierre Mohnen, and Yanyun Zhao)

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The decision and process of standard-setting in a catch up strategy for latecomer countries: the cases of China and Korea

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