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The Resource China's path to innovation, Xiaolan Fu, University of Oxford, (electronic resource)

China's path to innovation, Xiaolan Fu, University of Oxford, (electronic resource)

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China's path to innovation
Title
China's path to innovation
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Xiaolan Fu, University of Oxford
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Language
eng
Summary
  • "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's continuing success now relies heavily on its ability to strengthen its indigenous innovation capability. In this book, Xiaolan Fu investigates how China can develop a strategy of compressed development to emerge as a leading innovative nation. The book draws on quantitative and qualitative research that includes cross-country, cross-province and cross-firm analysis. Large multi-level panel datasets, unique survey databases, and in-depth industry case studies are explored. Different theoretical approaches are also used to examine the motivations, obstacles and consequences of China's innovation with a wider discussion around what other countries can learn from China's experience. This book will appeal to scholars and policy-makers working in fields such as innovation policy, technology management, development and international economics and China studies"--
  • "The past three decades have witnessed rapid economic growth and a fascinating transformation of China's economy and industry, from an economy dominated by agriculture to one that is referred to as a 'world manufacturing plant', from a small exporter of resource- and unskilled labour-intensive products to a major producer of manufactured exports. The total industrial output of China increased from USD 91 million in 1980 to USD 3,728 million in 2013, and the share of industrial products in total exports has increased from 50% in 1980 to more than 95% in 2012 (NBS, 2013)"--
  • "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's continuing success now relies heavily on its ability to strengthen its indigenous innovation capability. In this book, Xiaolan Fu investigates how China can develop a strategy of compressed development to emerge as a leading innovative nation. The book draws on quantitative and qualitative research that includes cross-country, cross-province and cross-firm analysis. Large multi-level panel datasets, unique survey databases, and in-depth industry case studies are explored. Different theoretical approaches are also used to examine the motivations, obstacles and consequences of China's innovation with a wider discussion around what other countries can learn from China's experience. This book will appeal to scholars and policy-makers working in fields such as innovation policy, technology management, development and international economics and China studies"--
  • "The past three decades have witnessed rapid economic growth and a fascinating transformation of China's economy and industry, from an economy dominated by agriculture to one that is referred to as a 'world manufacturing plant', from a small exporter of resource- and unskilled labour-intensive products to a major producer of manufactured exports. The total industrial output of China increased from USD 91 million in 1980 to USD 3,728 million in 2013, and the share of industrial products in total exports has increased from 50% in 1980 to more than 95% in 2012 (NBS, 2013)"--
  • "The past three decades have witnessed rapid economic growth and a fascinating transformation of China's economy and industry, from an economy dominated by agriculture to one that is referred to as a 'world manufacturing plant', from a small exporter of resource- and unskilled labour-intensive products to a major producer of manufactured exports. The total industrial output of China increased from USD 91 million in 1980 to USD 3,728 million in 2013, and the share of industrial products in total exports has increased from 50% in 1980 to more than 95% in 2012 (NBS, 2013)"--
  • "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's continuing success now relies heavily on its ability to strengthen its indigenous innovation capability. In this book, Xiaolan Fu investigates how China can develop a strategy of compressed development to emerge as a leading innovative nation. The book draws on quantitative and qualitative research that includes cross-country, cross-province and cross-firm analysis. Large multi-level panel datasets, unique survey databases, and in-depth industry case studies are explored. Different theoretical approaches are also used to examine the motivations, obstacles and consequences of China's innovation with a wider discussion around what other countries can learn from China's experience. This book will appeal to scholars and policy-makers working in fields such as innovation policy, technology management, development and international economics and China studies"--
  • "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's continuing success now relies heavily on its ability to strengthen its indigenous innovation capability. In this book, Xiaolan Fu investigates how China can develop a strategy of compressed development to emerge as a leading innovative nation. The book draws on quantitative and qualitative research that includes cross-country, cross-province and cross-firm analysis. Large multi-level panel datasets, unique survey databases, and in-depth industry case studies are explored. Different theoretical approaches are also used to examine the motivations, obstacles and consequences of China's innovation with a wider discussion around what other countries can learn from China's experience. This book will appeal to scholars and policy-makers working in fields such as innovation policy, technology management, development and international economics and China studies"--
  • "The past three decades have witnessed rapid economic growth and a fascinating transformation of China's economy and industry, from an economy dominated by agriculture to one that is referred to as a 'world manufacturing plant', from a small exporter of resource- and unskilled labour-intensive products to a major producer of manufactured exports. The total industrial output of China increased from USD 91 million in 1980 to USD 3,728 million in 2013, and the share of industrial products in total exports has increased from 50% in 1980 to more than 95% in 2012 (NBS, 2013)"--
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1967-
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Fu, Xiaolan
Dewey number
338/.0640951
LC call number
HC427.95
LC item number
.F798 2015
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  • Economic development
  • Industrial policy
  • Information technology
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / International / General
Label
China's path to innovation, Xiaolan Fu, University of Oxford, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 396-429) and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: Preface; List of abbreviations; 1. Introduction; 2. Innovation in China since the reforms: an overview; Part I. International Knowledge Transfer and Technological Take-off: 3. Foreign direct investment, absorptive capacity and innovation in Chinese regions; 4. Processing trade, FDI and international competitiveness of the Chinese high-technology industries; 5. Indigenous and foreign innovation efforts and technological upgrading in China; Part II. Development of Indigenous Innovation Capacity and Catch-up; 6. The role of state policy in shaping innovation practices: the case of open innovation in China; 7. Open innovation as a response to constraints and resources; 8. The dual role of universities in industrial innovation: comparing China and the UK; 9. Technological learning, tacit knowledge acquisition and industrial upgrading: the Chinese optical fibre and cable industry; 10. Leapfrogging in green technology: the solar-PV industry in China and India; Part III. Towards a Global Innovation Leader: 11. Internationalisation, reverse learning and capabilities upgrading: the case of Huawei and ZTE; 12. International collaboration and radical innovation; 13. Innovation efficiency and the cross-country gaps in innovation; 14. Incentives, institutions and national innovation performances; 15. Conclusions: open national innovation system and China's path to innovation; References; Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001423300
Dimensions
24 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xviii, 434 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781107046993
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2014048687
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
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(WaSeSS)ssj0001423300
Label
China's path to innovation, Xiaolan Fu, University of Oxford, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 396-429) and index
Contents
Machine generated contents note: Preface; List of abbreviations; 1. Introduction; 2. Innovation in China since the reforms: an overview; Part I. International Knowledge Transfer and Technological Take-off: 3. Foreign direct investment, absorptive capacity and innovation in Chinese regions; 4. Processing trade, FDI and international competitiveness of the Chinese high-technology industries; 5. Indigenous and foreign innovation efforts and technological upgrading in China; Part II. Development of Indigenous Innovation Capacity and Catch-up; 6. The role of state policy in shaping innovation practices: the case of open innovation in China; 7. Open innovation as a response to constraints and resources; 8. The dual role of universities in industrial innovation: comparing China and the UK; 9. Technological learning, tacit knowledge acquisition and industrial upgrading: the Chinese optical fibre and cable industry; 10. Leapfrogging in green technology: the solar-PV industry in China and India; Part III. Towards a Global Innovation Leader: 11. Internationalisation, reverse learning and capabilities upgrading: the case of Huawei and ZTE; 12. International collaboration and radical innovation; 13. Innovation efficiency and the cross-country gaps in innovation; 14. Incentives, institutions and national innovation performances; 15. Conclusions: open national innovation system and China's path to innovation; References; Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001423300
Dimensions
24 cm
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xviii, 434 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781107046993
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2014048687
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001423300

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