Investigation of High-level Ph.D. Talents’ Innovative Entrepreneurial Environment: Based on Chinese Background

Ning ZHAO, Wei FAN, Xuejun CAI


As representatives of Chinese high-level talents, Ph.D. graduates’ acknowledgement on innovative entrepreneurial environment reflects the development level of a certain country’s or area’s innovative entrepreneurial environment. This research investigates 1960 Ph.D. graduates by virtue of the assessment of the application of “National middle and long term talents development planning outline (2010-2020)”. By comparing the assessments of the significance and satisfaction of them, this paper finds that China has great demand for high-level talents in innovative entrepreneurial environment development and thus gives out suggestions on scientific decision making and theoretical researches.


Ph.D. graduates; High-level talents; Innovative entrepreneurial environment


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