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Author Zhang, Ting
Title Entrepreneurship And Economic Growth In China
Imprint Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, 2012
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Editors' Note -- About the Editors -- List of Contributors -- List of Figures and Tables -- Part I Introduction and Historical Background -- Chapter 1 Introduction Ting Zhang, Roger R. Stough, and Chunpu Song -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Structure of the Book and Content Summaries of the Chapters -- 1.3. Policy Implications -- References -- Chapter 2 History and Development of Entrepreneurship in China Huaqun Li -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The Stage of Market Transitions: Opportunities and Challenges for Entrepreneurship -- 2.2.1. From 1978 to 1992 -- 2.2.1.1. The emergence and rise of TVEs -- 2.2.1.2. The emergence of private enterprise -- 2.2.2. From 1992 to 2000 -- 2.2.3. From 2000 to Present -- 2.3. Chinese Characteristics in Entrepreneurship -- 2.3.1. Disguised Entrepreneurship: Red Hat Strategy -- 2.3.2. Regional Variation of China's Entrepreneurship -- 2.3.3. Changing Entrepreneurship: From Network-Based to Innovation-Based -- 2.4. Conclusion -- References -- Part II Theoretical Framework -- Chapter 3 Jaffe-Feldman-Varga: The Search for Knowledge Spillovers Zoltán J. Ács -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Jaffe-Feldman-Varga -- 3.3. Extensions of the JFV Model -- 3.4. The "Spatialized" Explanation of Economic Growth -- 3.5. A Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship -- 3.6. Agglomeration: The Case of China -- 3.7. Public Policy -- 3.8. Conclusions -- References -- APPENDIX -- Part III Economic Impact of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Technology -- Chapter 4 Factor Accumulation or TFP: How does Entrepreneurship Empirically Account for Economic Growth? Junbo Yu -- 4.1. Rationale of the Debate: Capital Accumulation versus TFP -- 4.2. Entrepreneurship in the Capital Accumulation Approach -- 4.3. Entrepreneurship in the TFP Approach -- 4.4. Problematic Methodology -- 4.5. An Attempt to Revise along the TFP Approach
4.6. An Empirical Test with the Case of China (1996-2004) -- 4.7. Crucial Facts and Hypotheses -- 4.8. Methodologies and Empirical Results -- 4.9. Concluding Remarks -- Appendix -- Panel Data Stationary Test and Co-integration Test -- Stationary test -- Co-integration test -- References -- Chapter 5 Regional Economic Growth and Telecommunications Infrastructure in China Yanchun Liu -- 5.1. Regional Economic Development in China -- 5.2. Development of China's Telecommunications Infrastructure -- 5.3. Summary -- References -- Part IV Financial Environment of Entrepreneurship in China -- Chapter 6 Entrepreneurship Financing - Innofund Emily Xiaoxia Wang -- 6.1. Theoretical and International Context -- 6.2. China Context -- 6.2.1. Establishment and Operation of Innofund -- 6.3. Performance of Innofund -- 6.3.1. Innofund's Direct Financing of TSMEs -- 6.3.2. Catalyzing Other Funds to TSMEs -- 6.3.3. External Factors Affecting Innofund Awards -- 6.3.4. Innofund's Contribution to the Capital Market Development for TSMEs -- 6.4. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7 Entrepreneurial Financing, Corporate Governance, and Firm Performance in China: With Evidence of Listed Companies on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Jiamin Wang -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Entrepreneurial Financing and Corporate Governance -- 7.2.1. Entrepreneurship and Information Asymmetry -- 7.2.2. Entrepreneurial Financing, Venture Capital, and the Public Market -- 7.2.3. The Significance of Corporate Governance to Capital Formation -- 7.3. China's Stock Market: History, Transition, and Challenges for Entrepreneurship -- 7.4. Corporate Governance and Firm Performance: Evidence from Shenzhen Stock Exchange -- 7.4.1. Data and Methodology -- 7.4.2. Results -- 7.4.3. The Uneven Distribution of Corporate Governance Level in China: By Region
7.4.4. The Uneven Distribution of Corporate Governance Level in China: By Ownership Structure -- 7.5. Conclusion -- References -- Part V Other Factors Related to Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth in China -- Chapter 8 Regional Disparities of New Firm Formation in China Jian Gao and Shi Shude -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. The State of New Firm Formation in China -- 8.3. The Determinants of Variations in NFFR -- 8.3.1. Demand Growth -- 8.3.2. Human Capital -- 8.3.3. Unemployment -- 8.3.4. Technological Development -- 8.3.5. Industry Restructuring -- 8.3.6. Private Wealth -- 8.3.7. Entrepreneurial Culture -- 8.4. Methodology -- 8.4.1. Dependent Variable -- 8.4.2. Independent Variables -- 8.4.3. Data Collected -- 8.4.4. Research Technique -- 8.5. Model Estimation: Results and Interpretation -- 8.6. Accessing Determinants by Regions and Stages -- 8.6.1. Two Categories of Regions -- 8.6.2. Two Stages -- 8.7. Conclusions and Implication -- References -- Chapter 9 Diversity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship in China Haifeng Qian, Roger R. Stough, and Junyang Yuan -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Literature Review -- 9.2.1. Geographic Sources of Innovation -- 9.2.2. Measures of Innovation -- 9.2.3. Innovation and Entrepreneurship -- 9.2.3.1. Data, variables, and methods -- 9.2.4. Dependent Variables: Proxies for Innovation and Entrepreneurship -- 9.2.5. Independent Variables -- 9.3. Findings -- 9.3.1. High Technology -- 9.3.2. Patents -- 9.3.3. New Firm Formation -- 9.3.4. Human Capital -- 9.4. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10 The Evolution and Determinants of Private Sector Entrepreneurship in China Shaoming Cheng -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. What is China's Private Sector Entrepreneurship? -- 10.3. Policy Factors -- 10.4. Cultural Factors -- 10.5. Institutional Factors -- 10.6. Conclusions and Discussions -- References
Chapter 11 Culture Matters to Entrepreneurship Policies: Entrepreneurship Policies in the U.S. versus China Ting Zhang -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. The Concept of Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Policy -- 11.3. Chinese Culture and the U.S. Culture -- 11.3.1. Individualistic versus Collective -- 11.3.2. Power Distance -- 11.3.3. Uncertainty Avoidance -- 11.3.4. High Context versus Low Context -- 11.3.5. Culture Matters -- 11.4. Entrepreneurship Policy and Culture -- 11.4.1. Relationship between government and businesses -- 11.4.2. Importance of Leadership and Authority -- 11.4.3. Rule of Law -- 11.4.4. Small Business or Large Business? -- 11.5. Conclusion -- References -- Part VI Case Studies -- Chapter 12 Beyond Small Business and Private Enterprises in China: Global and Spatial Perspectives Xinyue Ye and Mark Leipnik -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Global Perspective -- 12.3. Entrepreneurship and Local Capitalism in China -- 12.4. Small Business and Economic Growth in Zhejiang Province -- 12.5. Regional Development in Wenzhou Municipality -- 12.6. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 13 Linking Government Procurement to Long-term Government Performance: A Theoretical Instrument with Tentative Solution for China Roger R. Stough and Junbo Yu -- 13.1. Introduction -- 13.2. Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, and Public Policy -- 13.3. Government Procurement: Preference or Fair Competition -- 13.4. Procurement Technical Assistance Program of Mason Enterprise Center -- 13.4.1. History -- 13.4.2. Mission -- 13.4.3. Services -- 13.4.4. Clients -- 13.4.5. Success -- 13.5. PTAP-MEC Satellites -- 13.5.1. Merits of the PTAP-MEC Practice -- 13.5.2. Assisting SMEs to Bid for Government Procurement in China -- 13.6. Conclusion -- References -- Index
Key Features:Analyzes the role of entrepreneurship in China's rapid economic growthInvestigates the existing economic dynamics and factors contributing to entrepreneurship in China from the perspective of the uniqueness of entrepreneurship in ChinaProvides a counterpoint to most existing literature, which tends to focus on the barriers to entrepreneurship in China (e.g. its immature markets and institutions) based on Western standards of entrepreneurshipIncludes contributions from prominent authors such as Zoltan Acs and Jian Gao
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Link Print version: Zhang, Ting Entrepreneurship And Economic Growth In China Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company,c2012 9789814273367
Subject Entrepreneurship -- China.;China -- Economic conditions -- 2000-
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