The 2014 International Conference on Developing China’s Innovation Based Economy Through technology Entrepreneurship!
29-30 April, 2014
Jilin, Changchun, China
In recent years China has become an important contributor to world economic development. China aspires to become a world leader in science, technology and innovation within the next few decades. China regards acquiring autonomous innovation capability as central in their endeavors to build a prosperous nation. According to some scholars China, as a rising economic power, does not always maximize its status and therefor needs to re-brand itself towards achieving its preferred status. One area in which China invests efforts, is the move from manufacturing-based to innovation-based economy for which technology entrepreneurship is important....
Call for Papers:
The 2014 International Conference on Re-Branding China Through Technology Entrepreneurship invites submissions of empirical and theoretical research addressing approaches, challenges and prospects for success in China's quest for technological transformation through technological entrepreneurship.
Submissions in the areas listed (but not limited to), below are welcome.
• Technology Entrepreneurship in Education
• Science parks
• Technology incubators
• Entrepreneurship and new business development
• Collaboration networks
• University technology transfer and commercialization
• Managing innovation
• Technology entrepreneurship for sustainable development
• Outbound Chinese M&A
• Confucian entrepreneurship
• Venture capital in China
• Crowd funding in China
• The entrepreneurial state
Tsvi VINIG, Ph.D.
Associate professor for Entrepreneurship
University of Amsterdam Business School
Plantage Muidergracht 12 | M1.42 | 1018TV Amsterdam, NL
T +31 20 525 4173
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