Author John Kao, dubbed “Mr. Creativity” by The Economist and an expert on large-scale innovation, examines the promise and the threat of an increasingly innovative China. Today, the nation is the second biggest R&D spender in the world. It’s opening a university a week and graduating more and more scientists and engineers. China has set its sights on leaving its low-end manufacturing status behind in favor of innovating in science, technology, commerce and more. The author looks at what China’s growing economy and increasing inventiveness means for the rest of the world, especially the U.S.
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