Frontiers in Educational Research, 2018, 1(1); doi: 10.25236/FER.030005.
Zhen Kong1, Kun Bai2, Linghan Kong3
1 Beijing Information Technology College, No. 5, Fangyuanxilu, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
2 University of International Relations, No. 12, Poshangcun, Haidian District, Beijing, China
3 Beijing Bayi School, No. 29, Suzhoujie, Haidian District, Beijing, China
Innovation’s centrality and importance in international operations has been a subject of enduring debate in the age of globalization. Cross-border knowledge spillovers and the race between nations for increased innovativeness only underscore the importance of innovation. One aspect of this discussion concerns the effect of national education on the ability to be innovative. The findings support the claim that most education aspects still demonstrate strong and lasting impact on the tendency to innovate at the national level. China's strong emphasis on innovation is shining through, and the government is making a strong commitment in many vital fields to ensure this continues to be the case.
Innovation, Chinese corporation, GDP, Education
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