The Manufacture-Learning-Research Cooperation Policy Research in China

Chunhua FENG, Baojun SUN


After stepping into the new century, China’s economic and social development level rising, continuously improve the level of opening, cooperation to begin to enter the rapid development phase, the scope of cooperation continues to expand, the level of cooperation, continuously improve the mode of cooperation and innovation. We formulated and implemented to promote the cooperation of policy, it is the government in manufacture-learning-research cooperation an important aspect of work.


Manufacture-learning-research cooperation; Policy research ; The Chinese government


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