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by Genevieve Catherine Dean

  • ISBN: 0889362106
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  • Author: Genevieve Catherine Dean
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: International Development Research Centre (1979)
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China's scientific and technical achievements have been impressive in many fields.

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The Chinese government has placed emphasis through funding, reform, and societal status on science and technology as a fundamental part of the socio-economic development of the country as well as for national prestige

The two sections following the introduction discuss science and technology policy respec tively in the first period of economic development, which was from the 1950s to 1978, and in the second period, which started in 1978 and continued in the 1990s

The two sections following the introduction discuss science and technology policy respec tively in the first period of economic development, which was from the 1950s to 1978, and in the second period, which started in 1978 and continued in the 1990s. The last section summarises the discussions in the previous sections, and points out some major chal lenges that the science and technology policy of China might encounter in the years of the new century. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

History of science and technology in China. Ancient Chinese scientists and engineers made significant scientific innovations, findings and technological advances across various scientific disciplines including the natural sciences, engineering, medicine, military technology, mathematics, geology and astronomy. Among the earliest inventions were the abacus, the "shadow clock," and the first items such as Kongming lanterns.

For instance, many films were shot and books were written showing the social spirit of those days.

But the development of science and technology has been uneven, and significant .

But the development of science and technology has been uneven, and significant achievements in some fields are matched by low levels in others. The evolving structure of science and technology and frequent reversals of policy under the People's Republic have combined to give Chinese science a distinctive character. The variation in quality and achievements stems in part from a large and poorly educated rural populace and the somewhat limited opportunities for secondary and higher education - conditions common to all developing countries.

Technology Polices and Planning People’s Republic of China. Science and Technology Policy for Development: China’s Experience in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century

Technology Polices and Planning People’s Republic of China. Bangalore: Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology, 1986. Science and Technology Policy for Development: China’s Experience in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century. Science, Technology and Society 6, no. 1 (2001): 203–34. Guifa, Zhu, and Frame, J. Davidson.



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