Development Experience of Japanese Think Tank and Its Enlightenment to China for Building High-End New-Type Think Tank
Think tank, as one of the effective carriers of humanities and social sciences knowledge services, plays an important theoretical support, intelligence support and decision-making reference in national political, economic, cultural, diplomatic, military and other fields. Since the World War II, along with the national recovery and reconstruction, economic restructuring, transformation and upgrading of industries, expansion of the international market, and the enhancing of the international influence power, etc, Japanese think tank industry has rapidly developed, ranking among the world top ten, and has accumulated rich valuable experiences. This article gains some enlightenment for China by analyzing the current situation characteristics of Japanese think tank development and concluding the experience, which will undoubtedly have certain reference effect on strengthening the construction of think tank industry with the Chinese characteristics, and better serving the national economic and social development.
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