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Since its accession into the WTO, the People’s Republic of China’s spending on research and development (R&D) has increased by more than 20 per cent a year, thereby elevating China to one of the world’s highest investors in R&D activities. Such a development can be attributed to a fundamental shift in the international distribution of knowledge. It is predicted, therefore, that the rise of China, alongside other emerging countries, will reshape the global ‘science and technology landscape’ and come to have – if not having already - a great influence on the policies of the world’s governments, industrial firms, and universities.
The significance of these developments, in terms of future growth and the competitive position of China within the global economy, are answered and discussed in the research papers and articles submitted to JSTPC.
The Journal of Science and Technology Policy in China (JSTPC) aims to offer a fluid debate on science and technology issues in the hope of influencing the wider community of policy makers and contributors. To do this, the Journal publishes research that champions empirical data and intelligent comment.
The journal accepts research papers and articles that debate issues in the arena of science and technology policy in China.
Research papers provide an ongoing dialogue for scholars and practitioners both researching and implementing science and technology policy in China. JSTPC considers articles in the field of Policy and Management of innovation, R&D, science and technology relative to China under the globalized context. Papers can either be theoretical and empirical based, but must contain between 4,000 and 6,000 words (this excludes wording related to an abstract, a full set of references, and tables and diagrams).
Academic debate articles should carry an academic discussion on science and technology issues in China or in East Asia. The aim is to bring together theory and hypotheses with empirical strategy and policy, so as to provide an extensive view on the subject matter. These articles can be both invited and contributed pieces.
CASSSTP was established in June 1982 and is the leading national academic body devoted to the research of China’s science of science and S&T policy in a global context. The CASSSTP main office is located at the Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing while the CASSSTP national academic network consists of 29 institutional members and more than 11,400 individual members. For more information about CASSSTP visit:www.casssp.org.cn Please note that this website is in Mandarin.
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Submissions to Journal of Science and Technology Policy in China are made using ScholarOne Manuscripts, the online submission and peer review system. Registration and access is available at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jstpc. Full information and guidance on using ScholarOne Manuscripts is available at the Emerald ScholarOne Manuscripts Support Centre: http://msc.emeraldinsight.com.
It is a commonly held belief in today’s world that the key science and technology issues related to the modern China will affect the world for many years to come. It is the Journal’s editorial policy, therefore, to extend the research scope and look at the broader implications beyond China’s borders.
It is predicted that the Journal will take advantage of the growing swell of science and technology research taking place in modern China and help to anticipate, even identify necessary changes, to policy matters in the areas of science, technology, engineering and R&D.
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