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Reference no. 9B03E011
Authors: Peter C Bell; You Qin
Published by: Ivey Publishing
Originally published in: 2003
Version: 2003-04-21
Length: 7 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Funding for China''s scientific and technical research was controlled by the government but during the 1990s this changed as the country moved toward a more open economy. Research institutes were allowed to self-manage and earned more income from non-government sources. The government, however, had to decide how to allocate the available public funding among the institutes still within its jurisdiction.
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Funding for China''s scientific and technical research was controlled by the government but during the 1990s this changed as the country moved toward a more open economy. Research institutes were allowed to self-manage and earned more income from non-government sources. The government, however, had to decide how to allocate the available public funding among the institutes still within its jurisdiction.

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