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High-end innovative talents insufficient in China

Author  :       Source  :    Chinese Social Sciences Today     2014-09-04

The Report on China’s Innovative Development (2014) released jointly by the Research Center for Technological Innovation under Tsinghua University and Social Sciences Academic Press (China) has found that China’s innovation is hamstrung by its lack of high-end innovative talents. China has the most research and development personnel, accounting for 25.3 percent of the world’s total. However, the per capita productivity of China still lags far behind that of the developed countries. According to The Global Competitiveness Report (2013-14) released by the World Economic Forum, China only ranks 34th in labor market efficiency and 70th in higher education and training.

 

The Chinese version appeared in Chinese Social Sciences Today ,No. 642,Sep 3, 2014.

 

  

  Translated by Ren Zhong

  Revised by Tom Fearon

 

 

 

Editor: Du Mei

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