The Influence of Education and Scientific Research System on China's Science and Technology Innovation Capability

Guo Hongfei, Gong Pei, Zhang Ru, Fang Jiaxin, He Zhihui, Qu Ting, Li Congdong, Huang Guoquan

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This article outlines their impact on China's technological innovation capabilities from nine aspects including primary and secondary education to university education, the shortcomings of scientific research evaluation system, the forward-looking of educational investment and the rationality of research funding, the negative feedback of the employment market on innovative research, intellectual property protection and incentive mechanism, The basic social system and its incentive mechanism combined with learning and research, the incentive mechanism and cultural atmosphere of enterprises and administrative institutions, and the origin of China's modern education model. The comprehensive analysis shows that changing the status quo of China's lack of innovation is a systematic project. A single ministry cannot complete many specific measures of reform, and must have a national-level top-level design. Through reform, the education and scientific research system has reasonable design and strong self-repairing ability. It is the need of innovation to promote industrial upgrading. Its effectiveness directly determines whether China can cross the middle income trap and the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/ijce.v1i2.3642

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International Journal of Contemporary Education

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