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EURICS Public Lecture (Hybrid format) - WHO DRIVES INNOVATION IN CHINA? A TRIPLE HELIX ANALYSIS OF TWO INNOVATIVE INDUSTRY CLUSTERS
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This public lecture is organised by EURICS in collaboration with the BRICs Seminar (Inalco-CREE, Université de Paris Cité, Université de Paris Sud and EHESS-FMSH).

ABSTRACT:

This presentation addresses the boundary spanning role of government in facilitating academic-industry interactions by investigating two innovative industrial clusters in China. It introduces two innovative industry clusters in China and shows that (a) local governments are motivated to facilitate innovation networking processes, but rather not to exert full control over these; (b) New Research and Development Institutes (NRDIs) play a crucial role in the evolution and operation of innovative industry clusters in China. They derive their importance from incorporating strong market elements in the operations of government affiliated institutions; (c) facilitating localization and cluster development has been a crucial element for stimulating innovation-driven transformation. The popular perception that China’s central government plays an all-controlling role in the country’s triple helix constellation is challenged.

SPEAKER: Professor Dr. Markus Taube (Chair for the Economy of East Asia/China at the Mercator School of Management, University of Duisburg-Essen and EURICS Fellow).

Q&A with the on site and online public at the end of the lecture.

FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 202216:30-18:00 (Paris time) - Hybrid format

Venues: Maison de la recherche de l'Inalco, 2 rue de Lille 75007 Paris - salle de Sacy or online on Zoom


If you will be attending on site at Inalco Paris please send an email to contact@eurics.eu with the subject "June 24 Round Table".

Jun 24, 2022 04:30 PM in Paris

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