In 2015, China became the first office to receive a million patent applications in a single year. Chinese patent office received almost as many as the combined total received by patent offices in US, Japan, and South Korea. Such recent developments are closely watched by Governments, Policymakers and Multinational corporations outside China and they have several questions in their mind.
This Research Service Aims to Provide Answers to Following Questions:
- Where does China stand on various innovation indices globally?
- What factors led to China's significant improvement in its R&D-based innovation ranking during last few years?
- What were the policy initiatives taken by Chinse government which boosted innovation ecosystem in China?
- What is the global competitiveness of scientific publications and intellectual property (IP) rights obtained by the Chinse inventors?
What Factors are Driving China's Improvement in its Ranking?
What Should China Do to Improve its R&D Focused Innovation Ranking
R&D-Focused Innovation System in China - SWOT Analysis
China's Entry into Top 25 List Based on Innovation - What does it Mean
for other leading Economies?
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Global Innovation Index (GII)
3. Bloomberg Innovation Index (2017)
4. World Economic Forum (WEF) R&D Innovation Index (2016-17)
5. The US Chamber of Commerce's Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) Ranking
6. China's Ranking Based on Key Innovation Inputs
7. China's Ranking Based on Innovation Outputs7.1 China's Ranking Based on Patenting Activity
8. China's Ranking Based on Quality of Research Papers
9. China's Ranking Based on Inventive Clusters
10. IP Protection Regime and Quality Issues in China
11. Analysts Insights
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