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PRC's National Innovation System's Formation and Current STI Policy Supporting Measures' Evaluation

Student: Anastasia Ustimenko

Supervisor: Inga Ivanova

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: Asian Studies (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2020

Science and technology in China have been rapidly developing since the beginning of the 21th century. It is commonly known that government institutions, such as the Ministry of Science and Technology, incentivise the development of national innovation system in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) (Ji Qi at al., 2016). However, whether such measures are effective in the long-term remains to be determined. Nowadays it is believed that the national innovation system has a significant role to play in country’s economic development. Furthermore, there are different methods which are used in order to make innovation system work effectively. This paper investigates the main mechanisms of stimulating innovation development in China. Moreover, our aim is to estimate the effectiveness of measures included in national innovation programs and plans. The study will be based on mixed- methods research approach. The results of the paper may reveal the key features of national innovation system in China and the effectiveness of its stimulation. Furthermore, our findings may become a theoretical base for further research.

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