Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Navigating China's Industry Park Innovation Engine

China’s landscape of industry parks is as complex as it is enormous. There are different functions served, from manufacturing to technology incubation, and with very different levels of government involvement at the central and provincial levels. We have captured, categorized, and analyzed the 1,531...

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