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5 Research and Commercialization Infrastructure
Pages 21-26

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From page 21...
... In a session devoted to these conditions for innovation, moderator J Thomas Ratchford of George Mason University introduced CHINA'S NATIONAL INNOVATION presentations on Chinese and Indian government STRATEGY plans for science and technology development by Mu Rongping, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Mu Rongping, addressed China's changing and Venkatesh Aiyagari of the Indian Department national innovation strategy.
From page 22...
... Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology • investment. Fields in which it is believed China providing direct financial support; • can make a substantial unique contribution to encouraging adoption of imported, assimilated technologies; and global science and technology include biology • enhancing protection of intellectual and Chinese medicine, nanotechnology, space property rights with higher standards, science and technology, and energy.
From page 23...
... careers are secure and attractive. Defining innovation as the ability to develop In the 11th national plan covering a five-year and successfully market new products and period that commenced in 2007, India is services in the global economy, Carl Dahlman, endeavoring to triple investment in basic Georgetown University professor and former research while quadrupling overall investment in World Bank official, observed that a variety of science.
From page 24...
... Even remotely, Chinese and Indian researchers Finally, Simon probed the public-private and business entrepreneurs living abroad provide sector distribution of R&D. Lan Xue observed sources of investment and opportunities for that in China there has been a dramatic shift in market development.
From page 25...
... Indigenous industrial countries. enterprises also lag in taking advantage of the strengthening of intellectual property rights in

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