Professor Xiaolan Fu's new monograph "China's Path to Innovation" has been launched recently. This book investigates how China can develop a strategy of compressed development to emerge as a leading innovative nation. It 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.
- Fills a gap in the literature by providing the first comprehensive analysis of China's experience in developing technological and innovation capabilities in the past and for the future, along with a wider discussion about what other countries can learn from China's experience
- Analysis is carried out at multi-levels, such as firm, industry, regional and national levels, and both qualitative and quantitative analysis and evidence is used - will appeal to researchers, graduate students, policymakers, and those using a multidisciplinary approach
- Includes timely topics such as internationalisation and outward direct investment of Chinese MNEs and international innovation collaboration, as well as the role of incentives in enhancing innovations in China
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