The Chinese case in collaborative innovation through licensing policy
The innovation system in China is being subjected to multiple transformations with two essential levers: speed and scale. Relationships between industry, public authorities and universities are increasingly based on a collaborative innovation model. Hue Die opens the debate about the influencing factors and the obstacles that remain to licensing the main tools for implementing this collaborative innovation model.
Hue DIE is a PhD student at the Business School, Sichuan University, China. She collaborates with Liliana Mitkova in the Hubert Curien research program dedicated to Open innovation management.