Educating 'Socialist Innovative Graduatese' for the Chinese Economy: An Analysis of Negotiations in China's Higher Education Reform

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Title: Educating 'Socialist Innovative Graduatese' for the Chinese Economy: An Analysis of Negotiations in China's Higher Education Reform
Author: Petersen, Mette Kjær
Abstract: China's government aims to steer the economy away from 'Made in China' toward 'Designed in China' by developing its innovative capacity. As part of the aim to develop the innovative potential of the economy the government has initiated a comprehensive higher education reform, and the paper will discuss the government policy of how to educate graduates with 'innovative spirit' and show a case of how the policy is translated into education reform at a Chinese university.
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Type: Proceedings
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/32331
Date: 2009-10-03
Contributor: Roskilde University
Relation: ACSIP09. Science and Innovation Workforce
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: China
Higher education reform
Innovative graduates
Educational reform

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