Systems of Innovation: the Chinese Context
Elisabeth B. Reynolds
MIT Industrial Performance Center
Countries and regions around the world seek to increase their innovation capacity to boost productivity and economic growth for the 21st century. Where are investments being made, and what strategies are being pursued? How do national assets in the form of institutions, networks, and leadership contribute to the ongoing process of creating and disseminating new products, processes and services effectively in a rapidly changing and increasingly open global economy? How does China?s current strategy fit into this larger context?