Management of Engineering and Technology
The findings in the paper are an illustration or indication that China is moving from being an imitator to being an innovator. The analysis in the paper has been focused on identifying the direction for China and addressing some of the key challenges. This project examines three areas impacted by China’s move towards innovation: 1. The Chinese electronic manufacturing industry 2. The impact of China’s workforce on innovation 3. China’s software industry and copyright issues that are impacting its growth
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Nuhisi, Sevket Can; Elliot, John; Siddappa, Jayanth; Lu, Xiaofang; and Rusnac, Claudiu, "China: Moving from Imitation to Innovation" (2009). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 799.
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