Analysis and Exploration of Achievement Transformation Models in Chinese and Japanese Universities

Authors

  • Mengdi Xu

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/n4q22m42

Keywords:

Achievement transformation; Universities; Patent achievements.

Abstract

 With the global economy entering the knowledge economy era, technological innovation has become the core driving force for the development of various countries. Only by transforming technological achievements into goods or services can their economic and social value be truly realized. Especially in developing countries like China, whether technological achievements can be quickly and effectively transformed into real productivity is of decisive significance for economic growth, industrial upgrading, and international competitiveness enhancement. The outline of China's 14th Five Year Plan proposes to accelerate the construction of a strong country in science and technology and enhance the country's capacity for scientific and technological innovation. Universities, as the main base for talent cultivation and the main force of the national scientific and technological innovation system, should become an important platform for achievement transformation. However, the conversion rate of patent achievements in Chinese universities has always been low. This article reviews and draws on Japan's experience and practices in promoting achievement conversion, and explores new models of achievement conversion that are suitable for China's national conditions.

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Published

3 April 2024

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How to Cite

Xu, M. (2024). Analysis and Exploration of Achievement Transformation Models in Chinese and Japanese Universities. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 13(2), 236-240. https://doi.org/10.54097/n4q22m42

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