Technological Entrepreneurship in China: How Does it Work?
Edward Elgar Publishing, Apr 1, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 208 pages
'This unique book offers a series of case studies about how technology creation has evolved in China. This is an in-depth perspective about the trajectory and the entrepreneurial transformations of some successful high-tech Chinese companies in differ
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an analysis of industryscience linkages in the Bohai Bay Area
3 Upgrading strategies of electronics firms within the regional innovation system of the Pearl River Delta illustrated by the example of two Hong Kon...
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5 Solar photovoltaic industry development from the early 1990s to world leadership
leadership in a technologyinnovative firm
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