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Innovation in China

Innovation in China

In this South China Morning Post article, Benjamin Bai and Jae Zhou challenge the view traditionally espoused in the West that China lacks the ability to innovate, a view that often emphasizes China’s reliance on low-skill manufacturing and duplication of imported creations. Bai and Zhou argue, however, that China “has been on a course to transform its economy, beginning with a model of incremental innovation but increasingly focusing on the development of independent and self-reliant intellectual property.”

Matthew Marcucci