The Analysis of Innovation Policies for New Energy Vehicle Technology

Linzhou GU, Yunfei SHAO


Based on Yu ling Liu’s innovation policy analysis framework, this paper sorted the introduction of innovation policies for new energy vehicles in various periods in China and comparatively analyzes the domestic and foreign policy, which led to the discovery of “three similarities and three differences”.  Also, it raised the idea of strategic adjustment for new energy vehicle technology innovation, providing a reference for decision-making to further promote the new energy vehicle technology progress and industrialization.


New energy vehicles; Innovation policy; Sort; Evaluation

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