China's Indigenous Innovation Policy: Impact on Multi-national R&D

@article{Dedrick2012ChinasII,
  title={China's Indigenous Innovation Policy: Impact on Multi-national R&D},
  author={Jason L. Dedrick and Jian Tang and Kenneth L. Kraemer},
  journal={Computer},
  year={2012},
  volume={45},
  pages={70-78}
}
Multinational corporations seeking access to China's burgeoning consumer markets and human resources are establishing R&D centers in the country and developing ways to thread a path through its complex innovation policies. 

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