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Title: Fusing indigenous knowledge and global best practices leads a way to global competitiveness in emerging economies: Source of China?s conspicuous strength in solar and wind industry
Authors: NARASIMALU SRIKANTH
Keywords: Technology, spillover, assimilation, emerging, economy, renewables
Issue Date: 30-Aug-2012
Source: NARASIMALU SRIKANTH (2012-08-30). Fusing indigenous knowledge and global best practices leads a way to global competitiveness in emerging economies: Source of China?s conspicuous strength in solar and wind industry. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In light of a conspicuous strength in China?s solar and wind industry in recent years this research analyzes an institutional source of its strength. Empirical analysis was conducted focusing on the interaction between its indigenous industry and newly emerging solar and wind industry in absorption of global best practices thereby fusion between them was demonstrated. Success of this fusion can be attributed to a joint work between industry?s intensive effort in learning global best practices for exploring new business and government?s catalytic role in attaining decarbonisation society for nation?s sustainability. This suggests a new insight for growing economies for their development of global competitive industry.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/43605
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