• Published 2007

China ’ s SME Development Strategies in the Context of a National Innovation System

@inproceedings{Kanamori2007ChinaS,
  title={China ’ s SME Development Strategies in the Context of a National Innovation System},
  author={Toshiki Kanamori and Jamus Jerome Lim and T. Yang},
  year={2007}
}
With deregulation and globalization, and the direct impact of these developments on economies worldwide, it has become necessary for Chinese authorities to consider an approach that would further attune its economic engine toward sustained growth. This paper argues that certain sectors of the economy—in particular, the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector—may play a significant role in terms of any further reforms of China’s National Innovation System, which in turn could spur continued… CONTINUE READING

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