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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: In the future, perhaps. Today, however, Greater China-Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong-is focused on the quest for innovation. The dominant paradigm on the Mainland is one of execution, not innovation. Beijing now aims to turn China-historically an adopter of technologies from elsewhere-into a major technology creator. Self-reliance has become the government's watchword and its ultimate goal. The talents and resources available are impressive. More Chinese young people are well-educated, international patents and research and development (R & D) spending are on the rise, and China boasts a growing presence in world scientific literature. Still, negatives remain. China must overcome the legacies of a top-down, state-run research system that is largely disconnected from commerce, and an academic system not always supportive of independent scholarly inquiry. The government is working to change these outdated institutions, but such shifts do not occur overnight. Taiwan and Hong Kong have followed different paths to high-tech innovation. Taiwan's route has been dominated by government but implemented by mostly small- and medium-sized firms, with help from its Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), a model for moving concepts to commerce. Significantly, Taiwan's companies maintain strong links to multinational firms both in the United States and in Mainland China. Taiwan's Hsinchu Science-based Park is seen as a model high-tech cluster throughout Asia and beyond. Hong Kong has taken another road. While its formal R & D activity is small, it innovates in business models, particularly in logistics chains that reach into the Mainland and globally. It is a (largely unheralded) story of great success. The big question is: When will Greater China's high-tech innovation have a major impact on the world economy? Book jacket. Codice inventario libreria

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Governments in Greater China (Mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore) are striving to create higher valueadded— and homegrown—products, services, and technologies. No longer satisfied with China's role as the "world's factory," the Chinese government calls its effort "Independent Innovation." Likewise, Taiwanese firms are endeavoring to become global architects of many products, and Hong Kong and Singapore are rising to similar challenges. This book addresses topics at the heart of these efforts: · What specific actions are Greater China's governments taking to advance their respective competencies? · How do foreign firms bring technologies to them? · How adequate are the pools of talent and how are they changing? · What do patent and publication data tell us about trends in science and technology? · Why are China's research institutes being reorganized? · What has made a small set of hightech regions so productive? The authors, leading scholars and business people from Greater China, the United States, and Europe, offer valuable insights into the region's transition from workshop of the world to wellspring of innovation.


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Henry S. Rowen is senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, professor of public policy and management emeritus at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, and senior fellow emeritus of Shorenstein APARC. Marguerite Gong Hancock is associate director of the Stanford Project on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (SPRIE) at Shorenstein APARC. William F. Miller is Herbert Hoover Professor of Public and Private Management Emeritus at Stanford's Graduate School of Business. Hancock, Rowen, and Miller are co-editors of Making IT:The Rise of Asia in High Tech (2006), and The Silicon Valley Edge: A Habitat for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (2000).


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