Why China is rapidly becoming the world's innovation leader
China is rapidly becoming the world's innovation leader, Harvard Business Review notes. That's because they have a very different approach to innovation than the West. One HBR article describes how the country benefits from its loyal, hyperactive population. A second article describes how effectively the state-driven innovation system works. A third article notes that the West understands little about capitalist China and therefore does not respond well to its opportunities and threats. A policy letter from the European Policy Centre once again explains China's industrial strategy and what it means for Europe.
Beleidsbrief EPC (pdf)