Innovation and China’s Global Emergence

edited by Erik Baark, Bert Hofman, and Jiwei Qian

ISBN: 978-981-325-148-9

published August 2021

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Part One:

Implications of China’s Innovation Emergence

This first part of the volume contains analysis of the challenges presented by China’s new technology and innovation policies in the global context. These policies have caused significant modifications in China’s relations with the US as well as other industrialised countries. The chapters in this section discuss the new developments from different angles, including “the US-China technological rivalry”, the shaping of conflicts by myths surrounding China’s intellectual property regime, the reactions to China’s promotion of indigenous innovation, the challenges of human resources and international talent flow, together with the continued need for international collaboration.