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Regional Innovation Index of China: 2017

How Frontier Regions Innovate

von: Xielin Liu, Taishan Gao, Xi Wang

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Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 23.09.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9789811312052
Sprache: englisch

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The book aims to explore the regional innovation capability of China, especially how the frontier regions of China (Guangdong, Jiangsu, Beijing, Shanghai, Zhejiang and Tianjin) transform themselves from an investment-driven economy into an innovation-driven one. With detailed case, data and policy, we analyse the modes of each province and municipality from different perspectives such as comparative advantage in innovation, existing industrial base and culture, the government’s innovation strategy, and industrial upgrading pattern.
Chapter 1 The measure of regional innovation capability.- Chapter 2 The Overview of Chinese Innovation.- Chapter 3 Rankings of innovation capability by region.- Chapter 4 Analysis of regional innovation capability.- Chapter 5 Guangdong: from OEM to ODM and More.- Chapter 6 Jiangsu: From Traditional Industry to High-tech Industry -- the role of TVE and FDI.- Chapter 7 Beijing: From high-tech to business model innovation.- Chapter 8 Shanghai: from industrial city to global innovation center.- Chapter 9 Zhejiang Province: Role of Entrepreneurship and Industry Cluster.- Chapter 10 Tianjin.- Chapter 11 Shanxi.- Chapter 12 Hebei.- Chapter 13 Inner Mongolia.- Chapter 14 Liaoning.- Chapter 15 Jilin.- Chapter 16 Heilongjiang.- Chapter 17 Anhui.- Chapter 18 Fujian.- Chapter 19 Jiangxi.- Chapter 20 Shandong.- Chapter 21 Henan.- Chapter 22 Hubei.- Chapter 23 Hunan.- Chapter 24 Guangxi.- Chapter 25 Hainan.- Chapter 26 Chongqing.- Chapter 27 Sichuan.- Chapter 28 Guizhou.- Chapter 29 Yunnan.- Chapter 30 Tibet.- Chapter 31 Shaanxi.- Chapter 32 Gansu.- Chapter 33 Qinghai.- Chapter 34 Ningxia.- Chapter 35 Xinjiang.
Professor Xielin LIU, born in 1957, is a professor in School of Economics and Management, Director of Research Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. He was a research fellow in Chinese Academy of Science and Technology for Development, Ministry of Science and Technology(1996-2006) and professor in Tsinghua University from 1985-2006.Born in September 25, 1957, BSc, Peking University, 1982; M.SC, Chinese Academy of Science; PHD,1994, Tsinghua University. His research areas mainly cover innovation management and policy, globalization of technology and innovation. He has published a lot of papers in Research Policy, Technovation, Journal of Management Studies and International Journal of Technology Management. He served as editor for Research Policy and other journals. He coauthored two books in English, Environmental Innovation in China(WIT,2012) and Innovation, Technology Policy and Regional Development with Tim Turpin (Edward Elgar, 2003). Taishan GAO, born in 1987, is an associate professor at State Information Center, China. He got his PHD from University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2014.  His research mainly focuses on regional innovation, sharing economy and information society. He is the deputy Secretary-General of Centre for Sharing Economy Research. In recent years, he has published several papers in journals like Research Policy,  Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Xi WANG, born in 1990, is a PhD student in Sino-Danish College, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Her main research interests are innovation ecosystem, regional innovation, industrial upgrading, etc. In recently years, she has coauthored several books on enterprises’ breakthrough innovation and regional innovation-driven development models of China.
The book aims to explore the regional innovation capability of China, especially how the frontier regions of China (Guangdong, Jiangsu, Beijing, Shanghai, Zhejiang and Tianjin) transform themselves from an investment-driven economy into an innovation-driven one. With detailed case, data and policy, we analyse the modes of each province and municipality from different perspectives such as comparative advantage in innovation, existing industrial base and culture, the government’s innovation strategy, and industrial upgrading pattern.
A general ranking and analysis of Chinese 31(provincial level) regional innovation A comprehensive perspective to look how innovation is going on in regional levelA fast and reliable way to see dynamics of Chinese transformation after the fast industrialization

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