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The Concept of China Technology Parks‘ Development (on the Examples of Zhongguancun Technology Park and Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park)

Student: Dariya Yulmetyeva

Supervisor: Inga Ivanova

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: Asian Studies (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

Building a national innovation infrastructure cluster in Mainland China and its continuing growth has become a direct consequence of the nation's demand for the highly-competitive industry of high-technology. Over the 40 years since the Opening of China Reforms, technology parks have become the main objects of the national innovation cluster in the modern knowledge-based economy institutions in the country.  The overriding objective of the current research is to explore and characterize the way technology parks in PRC provide innovation at their existing level of development. The research would base itself on analyzing various sources of data from China’s two major Technology parks: Zhongguancun Technology Park (Beijing) and Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park.   Keywords: High-tech industries, Technology parks, Information Technology, R&D Management

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