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Innovation in China

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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