This article explores the research patterns and organizational features within R&D sector in China's biotechnology industry, delineating the innovation in knowledge production and industrial development. The more recent development of China's biotechnology industry is briefly overviewed from an interdisciplinary perspective, whilst a set of salient features embodied by social actors are envisaged as have so far strongly shaped the market-based, commercially driven mode of scientific knowledge production in the R&D activities. Furthermore, this mode serves as a premise to the innovation of the interaction-network. The implications derived from this analytical work shed a new light upon policy-making both at the level of S&T governance and in the management practice in China's biotechnology industry.
Wang, K. (2014), "Organizations and Innovation within the Biotechnology Industry in China: An Interdisciplinary Perspective", International Journal of Innovation Science, Vol. 6 No. 3, pp. 167-176. https://doi.org/10.1260/1757-2220.127.116.11Download as .RIS
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