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China as an innovation nation, edited by Yu Zhou, William Lazonick, and Yifei Sun

Label
China as an innovation nation
Title
China as an innovation nation
Statement of responsibility
edited by Yu Zhou, William Lazonick, and Yifei Sun
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This title offers an in-depth look at the status and trajectories of innovation in major Chinese technological sectors such as machines tools, railroad, automobile, information, communication technology, and wind and solar energy. The book expands our understanding of the industrial foundations of China's attempt to become an innovation nation
Dewey number
338.0640951
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1965 April 13-
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  • Zhou, Yu
  • Lazonick, William,
  • Sun, Yifei,
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  • Technological innovations
  • Technological innovations
  • High technology industries
  • China
Label
China as an innovation nation, edited by Yu Zhou, William Lazonick, and Yifei Sun
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; China as an Innovation Nation; Copyright; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Contributors; 1: Introduction: Chinaś Transformation to an Innovation Nation; Chinaś Rapid Growth; What is an Innovation Nation? Lessons from Japan and the United States; Building Chinese Institutions for an Innovation Nation; Governance Institutions; Employment Institutions; Investment Institutions; Managing Indigenous Innovation in a Global Production System; A Brief Guide to the Chapters in This Volume; References; 2: Evolution of Chinese State Policies on Innovation
  • Historical Legacies of the Centralized Science and Technology SystemMao Era: Defense-Led Techno-Nationalism, 1950-1980; Marketization of Research Institutes and the Emergence of Competitive Technological Enterprises in the 1980s and 1990s; Innovation in the Globalized Age: Export Upgrading and Trading Market for Technology, 1990s to 2000s; Reasserting Centrality of the State in Innovation, 2000 onwards; Top-Down National Research Projects; Indigenous Innovation and Globalization; The Roles of Local Government; SOEs and Non-State Firms in Innovation Performance; Conclusion; References
  • 3: Venture Capital in ChinaIntroduction; The Spectacular Rise of Venture Capital in China; Venture Capital Cycle: Changing Rules, Changing Dynamics; The Formation of Networked Entrepreneurial Habitats; Does VC Spur Innovation in China?; Conclusion; References; 4: Chinaś Mechanical Engineering Industry: Offering the Potential for Indigenous Innovation?; Introduction; Growth and Spatial Structures of Chinaś Mechanical Engineering Industry; 1949-1978: Development of a National System; 1979-2005: The Primacy of Foreign Equipment and Technology
  • Since 2006: Focus on Systemic Capabilities for Producing Indigenous InnovationTechnological Capabilities; Indigenous Innovation and the German Model of Mechanical Engineering; A German Model of Innovation; Indigenous Innovation; Innovation-Related Structures in Chinaś Mechanical Engineering Industry; Sketching Firm-Level Approaches to Innovation: The Cases of Yizumi and Propower; Yizumi; Propower; Cross-Case Analysis; Conclusion: Toward Indigenous Innovation in Chinaś Mechanical Engineering Industry?; References
  • 5: Chinese Indigenous Innovation in the Car Sector: Being Integrated or Being the IntegratorIntroduction; TMFT Practices in the Automobile Industry; The Origin of TMFT Policy and Automobile Industry; The Learning Pattern under TMFT; Divergent motivations of different players; Learning activities and organizational arrangements; Evaluating Consequences of the TMFT Practices; The Rise of Indigenous Innovation; The Origin of New Entrants; The Learning Pattern in New Entrants; Strategic intent for indigenous product development; Learning activities and organizational arrangement
Control code
ocn945736452
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191068010
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945736452
Label
China as an innovation nation, edited by Yu Zhou, William Lazonick, and Yifei Sun
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; China as an Innovation Nation; Copyright; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Contributors; 1: Introduction: Chinaś Transformation to an Innovation Nation; Chinaś Rapid Growth; What is an Innovation Nation? Lessons from Japan and the United States; Building Chinese Institutions for an Innovation Nation; Governance Institutions; Employment Institutions; Investment Institutions; Managing Indigenous Innovation in a Global Production System; A Brief Guide to the Chapters in This Volume; References; 2: Evolution of Chinese State Policies on Innovation
  • Historical Legacies of the Centralized Science and Technology SystemMao Era: Defense-Led Techno-Nationalism, 1950-1980; Marketization of Research Institutes and the Emergence of Competitive Technological Enterprises in the 1980s and 1990s; Innovation in the Globalized Age: Export Upgrading and Trading Market for Technology, 1990s to 2000s; Reasserting Centrality of the State in Innovation, 2000 onwards; Top-Down National Research Projects; Indigenous Innovation and Globalization; The Roles of Local Government; SOEs and Non-State Firms in Innovation Performance; Conclusion; References
  • 3: Venture Capital in ChinaIntroduction; The Spectacular Rise of Venture Capital in China; Venture Capital Cycle: Changing Rules, Changing Dynamics; The Formation of Networked Entrepreneurial Habitats; Does VC Spur Innovation in China?; Conclusion; References; 4: Chinaś Mechanical Engineering Industry: Offering the Potential for Indigenous Innovation?; Introduction; Growth and Spatial Structures of Chinaś Mechanical Engineering Industry; 1949-1978: Development of a National System; 1979-2005: The Primacy of Foreign Equipment and Technology
  • Since 2006: Focus on Systemic Capabilities for Producing Indigenous InnovationTechnological Capabilities; Indigenous Innovation and the German Model of Mechanical Engineering; A German Model of Innovation; Indigenous Innovation; Innovation-Related Structures in Chinaś Mechanical Engineering Industry; Sketching Firm-Level Approaches to Innovation: The Cases of Yizumi and Propower; Yizumi; Propower; Cross-Case Analysis; Conclusion: Toward Indigenous Innovation in Chinaś Mechanical Engineering Industry?; References
  • 5: Chinese Indigenous Innovation in the Car Sector: Being Integrated or Being the IntegratorIntroduction; TMFT Practices in the Automobile Industry; The Origin of TMFT Policy and Automobile Industry; The Learning Pattern under TMFT; Divergent motivations of different players; Learning activities and organizational arrangements; Evaluating Consequences of the TMFT Practices; The Rise of Indigenous Innovation; The Origin of New Entrants; The Learning Pattern in New Entrants; Strategic intent for indigenous product development; Learning activities and organizational arrangement
Control code
ocn945736452
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191068010
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)945736452

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