Journal of Science and Technology Policy in China: Volume 3 Issue 1


Table of contents

China's next big challenge: mastering radical technology

Anton Kriz, David Cunneen

China has been exceptionally competent at utilising the technology of others but the ability to develop its own is yet to be tested. The purpose of this paper is to…

Examining China's science and technology statistics: a systematic perspective

Denis Fred Simon, Cong Cao

The purpose of this paper is to discuss the reliability of official Chinese government statistics in general, overview the evolution of China's S&T (science and…

Research advancement on intellectual property strategy: Implications for China under globalization

Antonio K.W. Lau, Sandy L.S. Kong, Erik Baark

The purpose of this paper is to review key academic literature on the characteristics of business firms' intellectual property (IP) strategy and to examine the…

Service innovation research in China: past, present and future

Jing Hua Li

China always acts as a large low‐cost manufacturing economy under globalization. However, her services are also active and innovative today although still small. The…



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