China's reformed science and technology system: an overview and assessment
Science and technology (S&T) systems are interconnected with economic systems. After China began to make its economic system more market-oriented in 1979, reforms to its S&T system became urgent. China's major breakthrough in reforming its S&T system occurred in 1985. This paper provides data on China's changing S&T sector, outlines the processes of its reform and China's changing sources of funding for R&D. China's evolving technology market is given particular attention and some of its pitfalls are discussed.
Volume (Year): 22 (2004)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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