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Author Fan, Qimiao
Title Innovation for Development and the Role of Government : A Perspective from the East Asia and Pacific Region
Imprint Herndon : World Bank Publications, 2008
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Note Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- Abbreviations -- Introduction and Summary -- Opening Address -- Keynote Address -- PART I INNOVATION, COMPETITIVENESS, AND DEVELOPMENT -- 1. Innovation, Competitiveness, and Economic Development -- PART II INNOVATION AND FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT -- 2. Financial Innovation and Economic Performance -- 3. China's Financial Sector Policies -- 4. The Innovation and Development of China's Bond Market -- 5. Innovation and the Financial Sector: Role of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation -- PART III INNOVATION AND GOVERNMENT POLICIES IN CHINA -- 6. Overview of China's Enterprise Innovation: Progress, Challenges, and Policy Recommendations -- 7. China's Fiscal Policies for Innovation -- 8. China's Tax Policies for Promoting Innovation -- Index -- BOX 1.1 The U.S. Automobile Industry: Competition Drives Innovation -- BOX 1.2 Best Practices for Efficient Technology Diffusion Programs -- BOX 1.3 Establishment of Industrial Clusters: Silicon Valley -- BOX 1.4 The Republic of Korea: The Role of Government in a National Innovation System -- BOX 1.5 Creating an IP Culture in Singapore: Using Proactive Policies -- BOX 1.6 Investing in Human Resources and R&D: Recent Policy Development in Some OECD Countries -- BOX 1.7 The Republic of Korea: Promoting R&D and Innovation -- BOX 1.8 Fiscal and Financial Policies: The Case of TEKES in Finland -- BOX 1.9 The TEFT Technology: Attachés as Brokers -- BOX 1.10 Ingredients for the Success of Bangalore as an Innovative Cluster -- BOX 3.1 International Experience with Corporate Bond Market Development -- BOX 5.1 Technology in the Banking Sector -- BOX 5.2 The Rationale behind APEC's Focus on Good Governance, Supervision, and Regulation -- BOX 5.3 Background to APEC: Members, Pillars, and Objectives
BOX 5.4 ABAC Support for the Implementation of Basel II and Developments in Banking and Supervision in the Asia-Pacific Region, 2006 -- BOX 5.5 APEC Support to Corporate Bond Market Development, 2007 -- BOX 8.1 Examples of Tax-Based Innovation Policies in China -- FIGURE 1.1 Inverted U-Shaped Relationship between Competition and Innovation -- FIGURE 1.2 Number of Patents Granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2006 -- FIGURE 1.3 Number of Researchers in Research and Development, 2004 -- FIGURE 1.4 Countries' R&D Expenditures as a Percentage of GDP, 2004 -- FIGURE 1.5 Sources of Early-Stage Technological Development Funding in the United States -- FIGURE 1.6 Correlation between Innovation and Income Level, 2007 -- FIGURE 1.7 R&D Expenditure as a Share of GDP, 1980-2004 -- FIGURE 3.1 Relationship of Financial Deepening and Development, 1970-2000 -- FIGURE 3.2 Investment as a Share of GDP, Selected Countries, 2000-05 -- FIGURE 3.3 Stock Market Capitalization as a Share of GDP, 2005 -- FIGURE 3.4 Source of Outside Funds as a Share of Total Funds Raised, Nonfinancial Corporations, 2005 -- FIGURE 3.5 Corporate Bonds in Selected Countries: Outstanding Stock, 2006 -- FIGURE 3.6 Sources of Financing as a Share of Total Urban Fixed-Asset Investment, 2007 -- FIGURE 6.1 Patent Applications Filed by Chinese Enterprises, 2000 and 2005 -- FIGURE 6.2 Total Output Values of China's High-Tech Industries, 1995-2004 -- FIGURE 7.1 R&D Expenditures of Selected Multinational Corporations and Economies, 2002 -- FIGURE 7.2 Locations of R&D Investments by Multinational Corporations, 2004 -- FIGURE 7.3 Prospective R&D Locations Considered Most Attractive, 2005-09 -- TABLE 1.1 Global Comparison of Knowledge Economy Indexes Using Four Pillars: Top 15 Countries -- TABLE 1.2 Ranking of Innovation and Competitiveness, 2006-07
TABLE 2.1 Ranking of the Top 50 Worldwide Centers of Commerce, 2007 -- TABLE 5.1 Key Aspects of the Financial Sector Enabled by Technology and Innovation -- TABLE 5.2 Financing Technology and Innovation: Some Characteristics of Innovation and Financial System Responses -- TABLE 6.1 Share of Technology-Based Industries in the Manufacturing Sector, 1998 and 2003 -- TABLE 6.2 Changes in the Export Composition of China's Products, 1990-2005 -- TABLE 7.1 Various Types of Fiscal Incentives, Selected European Countries -- TABLE 7.2 China's R&D Expenditures and Shares in Relation to GDP -- TABLE 7.3 Distribution of Funding on R&D, 2002-06 -- TABLE 7.4 Distribution of R&D Expenditure, 2002-06 -- TABLE 7A.1 Patent Applications Filed with and Granted by the State Intellectual Property Office, 1995-2004 -- TABLE 7A.2 Patent Applications Filed by and Granted to Chinese Residents in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, FY 2001-FY 2005 -- TABLE 7A.3 Publications Catalogued in Refereed Scientific Journals, 1998-2003 -- TABLE 7A.4 China's Increasing High-Tech Exports, 1995-2003
The book examines the relationship between innovation, competitiveness, and economic growth, the role of innovation in financial sector development, and specific government policies for innovation in China
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Fan, Qimiao Innovation for Development and the Role of Government : A Perspective from the East Asia and Pacific Region Herndon : World Bank Publications,c2008 9780821376720
Subject Economic development -- Technological innovations.;Technological innovations -- Government policy.;Finance -- Technological innovations.;Competition -- Government policy.;Technological innovations -- Government policy -- China.;China -- Economic policy
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Alt Author Zeng, Douglas Zhihua
Kouqing, Li
Dong, Yang
Runzhong, Peng
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