The Oxford Handbook of China Innovation

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9780190900533

Publication date:

12/05/2022

Hardback

832 pages

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ISBN:

9780190900533

Publication date:

12/05/2022

Hardback

832 pages

Edited by Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern & and Jin Chen

The Oxford Handbook of China Innovation provides a contemporary and authoritative view of the role of innovation in China's extraordinary emergence. The Handbook brings together over sixty experts from universities and research institutions worldwide to describe and analyze this phenomenon with criticism, policy discussion, and views about further development. 

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Edited by Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern & and Jin Chen

Description

Rising from a position of relative poverty in 1980, China is now the world's second-largest economy and a leader in many fields of innovation. Understanding China's new status as a technologically advanced world power and the means by which it has reached that position will be critical to policy-makers and business leaders in the years ahead.

The Oxford Handbook of China Innovation provides a contemporary and authoritative view of the role of innovation in China's extraordinary emergence. The Handbook brings together over sixty experts from universities and research institutions worldwide to describe and analyze this phenomenon with criticism, policy discussion, and views about further development. The volume focuses on the microeconomic factors in China's growth and the way in which the steady drive for innovation has been a critical force. Chapters cover a wide scope of topics including China's development policies, the place of innovation in national priorities, the components of the national innovation system, and the resources required for their effective deployment. The issue of foreign influence is also addressed, including the evolution of policy towards inward foreign direct investment and knowledge transfer and China's goals for outward foreign direct investment.

As China emerges as a contender for global leadership, the Handbook provides a data-driven, accessible, and comprehensive foundation to understand and predict the challenges ahead.

About the authors:

Professor Xiaolan Fu is the Founding Director of the Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD), and Professor of Technology and International Development at the University of Oxford.

Dr. Jin Chen is Professor of Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy in Tsinghua SEM and Director of Research Center of Technological Innovation at Tsinghua University.

Professor Bruce McKern is a researcher, instructor, and corporate advisor on innovation, strategy, and international business. He was a faculty member of the Stanford Graduate School of Business for many years and Director of the Stanford Sloan Master's Program and President and tenured Professor at the Carnegie Bosch Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.

Edited by Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern & and Jin Chen

Table of contents

Introduction: China's Journey to Innovation Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern and Jin Chen

PART I - The Development of Innovation in China: Theory, Policy and Practice
1.1. Capabilities Accumulation and Development: What History Tells the Theory Giovanni Dosi and Xiaodan Yu
1.2. China's Industrial Development Strategies and Policies Justin Yifu Lin and Jianjun Zhou
1.3. The Development of Innovation Studies in China Rongping Mu, Jin Chen and Wenjing Lyu
1.4. China's S&T Progress through the Lens of Patenting Gary Jefferson and Renai Jiang

PART II - Building China's Innovation Capabilities
2.1. China's National and Regional Innovation Systems Lan Xue, Daitian Li and Zhen Yu
2.2. The Great Dialectic: State versus Market in China Loren Brandt and Eric Thun
2.3. Entrepreneurship and Innovation of SMEs in China Jin Chen and Liying Wang
2.4. Financing for innovation in China Changwen Zhao and Xiheng Jiang
2.5. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education and Its Implications for Human Capital Development in China Fang Lee Cooke

PART III - National Incentives for an Innovation Driven Economy
3.1. System Reform, Competition, and Innovation in China Weiying Zhang
3.2. Reforms of the Science and Technology Management System Zhijian Hu, Zhe Li and Xianlan Lin
3.3. Mass entrepreneurship and Mass Innovation in China Jian Gao and Rui Mu

PART IV - Developing Innovation-Favouring Institutions and Ecosystem
4.1. The Role of Clusters in the Development of Innovation Capabilities in China Tuoyu Li and Jiang Wei
4.2. China's Science-Based Innovation and Technology Transfer in the Global Context Jizhen Li, Ximing Yin and Subrina Shen
4.3. Science Parks and High-tech Zones Susan M. Walcott
4.4. Venture Capital, Angel Capital & Other Finance, IPOs and Acquisitions Lin Lin
4.5. Intellectual Property Rights Protection Can Huang and Naubahar Sharif
4.6. Innovation Elements in Traditional Chinese Culture Jin Chen and Qingqian Wu

PART V- Openness and the Acquisition of Technology and Capabilities
5.1. Innovation Strategies of MNCs in China and Their Contribution to the National Ecosystem Bruce McKern, George Yip and Dominique Jolly
5.2. Foreign Technology Transfers in China Xiaolan Fu and Jun Hou
5.3. China's International Migration: Status and Characteristics Huiyao Wang
5.4. Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investments and Innovation Vito Amendolaigne, Xiaolan Fu, and Roberta Rabellotti
5.5. Internationalization of Chinese R&D Max von Zedtwitz and Xiaohong Iris Quan
5.6. International Innovation Collaboration in China Kaihua Chen, Ze Feng and Xiaolan Fu
5.7. Open Innovation for Development in China Jin Chen and Yufen Chen

PART VI - Innovation with Chinese Characteristics
6.1. Chinese Cost Innovation, the Shanzhai phenomenon, and Accelerated Innovation Peter Williamson
6.2. Global Supply Chains as Drivers of Innovation in China Michael Murphree and Dan Breznitz
6.3. Market Demand, Consumer Characteristics, and Innovation in Chinese Firms Hengyuan Zhu and Qing Wang
6.4. Chinese Firms' Move to the Forefront in Digital Technologies Jiang Yu and Yue Zhang
6.5. China's Financial Innovation: Process, Drive, and Impacts Liqing Zhang
6.6. The Puzzle of the Underdog's Victory: How Chinese Firms Achieve Stretch Goals Through Exploratory Bricolage Peter Ping Li, Shihao Zhou and Zhengyin Yang

PART VII - Innovation capability transition and upgrading for an inclusive and sustainable innovation system
7.1. Green Innovation in China Ping Huang and Rasmus Lema
7.2. Innovating for the Poor: The Inclusive Innovation System in China Xiaobo Wu and Linan Lei
7.3. Manufacturing Power Strategy: Advanced Manufacturing Joerg Mayer and Huifeng Sun
7.4. Facing the Future of China's Science and Technology Development Jiaofeng Pan, Guanghua Chen and Xiao Lu

Conclusion Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern, Jin Chen and Ximing Yin

Edited by Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern & and Jin Chen

Edited by Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern & and Jin Chen

Edited by Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern & and Jin Chen

Description

Rising from a position of relative poverty in 1980, China is now the world's second-largest economy and a leader in many fields of innovation. Understanding China's new status as a technologically advanced world power and the means by which it has reached that position will be critical to policy-makers and business leaders in the years ahead.

The Oxford Handbook of China Innovation provides a contemporary and authoritative view of the role of innovation in China's extraordinary emergence. The Handbook brings together over sixty experts from universities and research institutions worldwide to describe and analyze this phenomenon with criticism, policy discussion, and views about further development. The volume focuses on the microeconomic factors in China's growth and the way in which the steady drive for innovation has been a critical force. Chapters cover a wide scope of topics including China's development policies, the place of innovation in national priorities, the components of the national innovation system, and the resources required for their effective deployment. The issue of foreign influence is also addressed, including the evolution of policy towards inward foreign direct investment and knowledge transfer and China's goals for outward foreign direct investment.

As China emerges as a contender for global leadership, the Handbook provides a data-driven, accessible, and comprehensive foundation to understand and predict the challenges ahead.

About the authors:

Professor Xiaolan Fu is the Founding Director of the Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD), and Professor of Technology and International Development at the University of Oxford.

Dr. Jin Chen is Professor of Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy in Tsinghua SEM and Director of Research Center of Technological Innovation at Tsinghua University.

Professor Bruce McKern is a researcher, instructor, and corporate advisor on innovation, strategy, and international business. He was a faculty member of the Stanford Graduate School of Business for many years and Director of the Stanford Sloan Master's Program and President and tenured Professor at the Carnegie Bosch Institute, Carnegie Mellon University.

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Table of contents

Introduction: China's Journey to Innovation Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern and Jin Chen

PART I - The Development of Innovation in China: Theory, Policy and Practice
1.1. Capabilities Accumulation and Development: What History Tells the Theory Giovanni Dosi and Xiaodan Yu
1.2. China's Industrial Development Strategies and Policies Justin Yifu Lin and Jianjun Zhou
1.3. The Development of Innovation Studies in China Rongping Mu, Jin Chen and Wenjing Lyu
1.4. China's S&T Progress through the Lens of Patenting Gary Jefferson and Renai Jiang

PART II - Building China's Innovation Capabilities
2.1. China's National and Regional Innovation Systems Lan Xue, Daitian Li and Zhen Yu
2.2. The Great Dialectic: State versus Market in China Loren Brandt and Eric Thun
2.3. Entrepreneurship and Innovation of SMEs in China Jin Chen and Liying Wang
2.4. Financing for innovation in China Changwen Zhao and Xiheng Jiang
2.5. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education and Its Implications for Human Capital Development in China Fang Lee Cooke

PART III - National Incentives for an Innovation Driven Economy
3.1. System Reform, Competition, and Innovation in China Weiying Zhang
3.2. Reforms of the Science and Technology Management System Zhijian Hu, Zhe Li and Xianlan Lin
3.3. Mass entrepreneurship and Mass Innovation in China Jian Gao and Rui Mu

PART IV - Developing Innovation-Favouring Institutions and Ecosystem
4.1. The Role of Clusters in the Development of Innovation Capabilities in China Tuoyu Li and Jiang Wei
4.2. China's Science-Based Innovation and Technology Transfer in the Global Context Jizhen Li, Ximing Yin and Subrina Shen
4.3. Science Parks and High-tech Zones Susan M. Walcott
4.4. Venture Capital, Angel Capital & Other Finance, IPOs and Acquisitions Lin Lin
4.5. Intellectual Property Rights Protection Can Huang and Naubahar Sharif
4.6. Innovation Elements in Traditional Chinese Culture Jin Chen and Qingqian Wu

PART V- Openness and the Acquisition of Technology and Capabilities
5.1. Innovation Strategies of MNCs in China and Their Contribution to the National Ecosystem Bruce McKern, George Yip and Dominique Jolly
5.2. Foreign Technology Transfers in China Xiaolan Fu and Jun Hou
5.3. China's International Migration: Status and Characteristics Huiyao Wang
5.4. Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investments and Innovation Vito Amendolaigne, Xiaolan Fu, and Roberta Rabellotti
5.5. Internationalization of Chinese R&D Max von Zedtwitz and Xiaohong Iris Quan
5.6. International Innovation Collaboration in China Kaihua Chen, Ze Feng and Xiaolan Fu
5.7. Open Innovation for Development in China Jin Chen and Yufen Chen

PART VI - Innovation with Chinese Characteristics
6.1. Chinese Cost Innovation, the Shanzhai phenomenon, and Accelerated Innovation Peter Williamson
6.2. Global Supply Chains as Drivers of Innovation in China Michael Murphree and Dan Breznitz
6.3. Market Demand, Consumer Characteristics, and Innovation in Chinese Firms Hengyuan Zhu and Qing Wang
6.4. Chinese Firms' Move to the Forefront in Digital Technologies Jiang Yu and Yue Zhang
6.5. China's Financial Innovation: Process, Drive, and Impacts Liqing Zhang
6.6. The Puzzle of the Underdog's Victory: How Chinese Firms Achieve Stretch Goals Through Exploratory Bricolage Peter Ping Li, Shihao Zhou and Zhengyin Yang

PART VII - Innovation capability transition and upgrading for an inclusive and sustainable innovation system
7.1. Green Innovation in China Ping Huang and Rasmus Lema
7.2. Innovating for the Poor: The Inclusive Innovation System in China Xiaobo Wu and Linan Lei
7.3. Manufacturing Power Strategy: Advanced Manufacturing Joerg Mayer and Huifeng Sun
7.4. Facing the Future of China's Science and Technology Development Jiaofeng Pan, Guanghua Chen and Xiao Lu

Conclusion Xiaolan Fu, Bruce McKern, Jin Chen and Ximing Yin

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