The undertaking of R&D in China by foreign organisations is explained through an analysis of the patterns of foreign investment in R&D and the motivations and challenges for undertaking R&D in China. The book provides a detailed reference source which outlines the general environment of R&D in China through governmental policies, Chinese domestic science and technology systems and contemporary developments of intellectual property protection. The practical implications for companies intending to set up R&D in China are also discussed.
- Contemporary environmental circumstances of undertaking R&D in China (policies, systems etc.)
- Insights from the perspective of R&D managers in China (best practices, lessons learned and case studies)
- Important implications for R&D activities in China