4 edition of Chinese technology transfer in the 1990"s found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Charles Feinstein, Christopher Howe.|
|Contributions||Feinstein, C. H., Howe, Christopher.|
|LC Classifications||HC430.T4 C465 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 243 p. :|
|Number of Pages||243|
|LC Control Number||96039590|
Vaidya, K, Hall, M, He, J, Gao, X & Bennett, D , International technology transfer and development of capabilities in Chinese state-owned manufacturing enterprises: lessons from 20 years of case research. in T Baines, B Clegg & D Harrison (eds), Advances in manufacturing technology XXVI: tenth international conference on manufacturing Author: Kirit Vaidya, Matthew Hall, Jinsheng He, Xudong Gao, David Bennett. Abstract. High-technology issues have dominated U.S.-China relations in the last years of the twentieth century. In sectors related to national security, allegations of compromising transactions and thefts of proprietary American commercial and military technology plagued bilateral ties in the late s.
Technology transfer -- Russia (Federation) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. American Agriculturalists on Chinese Soil, (Berkeley: University of California Press, Agricultural Research and Technology Transfer Policies for the s (). The book notes these outfits began operating in China in September and were “established in policy” in December through the National Technology Transfer Promotion Implementation Plan.
L.M. Branscomb, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Technological innovation is the successful implementation (in commerce or management) of a technical idea new to the institution creating it. Innovations are distinguished from inventions, technology and research, but may arise from any of the three. Was well aware of the Chinese Missile Technology scandal where in Bill Clinton overruled State and Defense, and gave Ron Brown in Commerce the green light to transfer the technology that saved the Chinese many years and billions of dollars in missile research and development. All for a few Chinese million to help in his reelection/5(54).
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Chinese Technology Transfer in the s: Current Experience, Historical Price: $ ‘The book is unique as the first collaborative work in this theme.’ – Malcolm Warner, Asia Pacific Business Review ‘ this is an excellent study of technology transfer to China in a comparative context This pioneering study is nevertheless indispensable for scholars, students and those practically involved in trade and investment in China.’ – Robert Taylor, Asian Affairs.
Get this from a library. Chinese technology transfer in the s: current experience, historical problems and international perspectives. [C H Feinstein; Christopher Howe;] -- Chinese Technology Transfer in the s examines - with special reference to the reform policy and encouragement of foreign direct investment - scientific policy, research and development and.
Science and technology in China have developed rapidly during the s to s. The Chinese government has placed emphasis through funding, reform, and societal status on science and technology as a fundamental part of the socio-economic development of the country as well as for national prestige.
Beginning in the s, the Chinese used large-scale cyberattacks in support of a larger industrial policy of building up the country’s science and technology business and military sector. 3PLA. Get this from a library.
From Technology Transfer to Technology Management in China. [Theodor Leuenberger] -- This book deals with the Chinese economy and ways in which modern technology can improve its efficiency. Access to technology, especially the new technologies, will be crucial if China's.
The technology for markets policy made its debut in China after with the opening of the Chinese automobile market to foreign producers, conditional on. Gertz is the national security reporter for The Washington Times, where the book was excerpted Tuesday.
Ultimately, Boeing built C aircraft, at an average cost of $ million each, and the Chinese unveiled its version — built with data from as many as 85, stolen files — in Novemberwithin a decade after the : Todd Beamon.
Feinstein, Charles, and Christopher Howe, eds. Chinese Technology Transfer in the s: Current Experience, Historical Problems and International Perspectives. Cheltenham, UK: Edgar Elgar, E-mail Citation» This edited volume debates the necessity of the centrality of technology transfer to China’s continued development.
The government plans to increase China’s R&D expenditures from the current level, % of GDP, to % of GDP by ; the U.S. figure today is %. The U.S. government was well aware of China’s aggressive strategy of leveraging private investors to buy up the latest American technology when, early last year, a company called Avatar Author: Cory Bennett.
Let's put things into three categories: a. First part shows stalking, following, staring and running after. Second part shows copycatting, imitating, duplicating, cloning, replicating, mimicking and mirroring. Last part will be showing steal. China’s theft of American technology gave it a year head start in developing its own nuclear warhead delivery system, Horowitz writes.
Hughes and Loral, large contributors to Clinton’s campaign coffers, gave the Chinese technology to deliver nuclear payloads. In fact, some Chinese critics charged that this technology-transfer approach led to worse indigenous technological accomplishments than “self-reliance” policies during the Mao era.
Since The “Chinagate” fundraising scandal plagued the Bill Clinton-Al Gore campaign and Hillary was very much involved. Chinagate aka Commercegate is the most serious scandal in U.S. history. It involves the transfer of America’s most sensitive technology, including but not limited to nuclear missile and satellite technology, possibly in exchange for millions of dollars in [ ].
part 1: overview of technology transfer, intellectual property rights and effective university-industry partnerships in china, india, japan, philippines,the republic of korea, singapore and thailand 1. introduction 2. historical andcultural settings for university-industry (u-i) collaboration 3.
u-i. Accordingly, the s saw several huge arms deals between Moscow and Beijing. One of the most important involved the sale, licensing, and technology transfer of the Su “Flanker” multirole fighter.
The deal gave the Chinese one of the world’s most dangerous air superiority fighters, and gave the Russian aviation industry a : Robert Farley. The collapse of the Soviet Union in the early s heralded a thaw in Russia-China relations. Russia no longer had strong reasons to withhold.
Feinstein, C. and Howe, C. (eds) () Chinese Technology Transfer in the s: Current Experience, Historical Problems and International Perspectives, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. High-speed rail (HSR) in China consists of a network of passenger-dedicated railways designed for speeds of – km/h (– mph).
It is the world's longest high speed railway network, and is also the most extensively used. China's HSR accounts for two-thirds of the world's total high-speed railway networks. InChina started testing a magnetic levitation ("maglev") prototype.
In Schism: China, America and the Fracturing of the Global Trading System, Paul Blustein dives below the foam and froth of the China-US bilateral rivalry to craft a critical understanding of China and its impact on trade and the international order.
The book is useful reading for those seeking to understand the ‘China Shock’ and the ensuing trade conflict between China and the US, writes.Read the full-text online edition of China in the s (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, China in the s. China in the s.
By Robert Benewick, Paul Wingrove. No cover image. China in the s. By Robert Benewick, Paul Wingrove to transfer power to a new generation of leaders, and to meet the challenges of.However, he did not discuss the pivotal influence of the late s Cox Report on technology transfer to China (discussed below) on the termination of U.S.
cooperation, pp. 9– Unsurprisingly perhaps, most English-language media accounts reflected the Cox report's position that China was a Author: Zhihui Zhang, Bruce Seely.