Planning for Innovation: Understanding China’s Plans for Technological, Energy, Industrial, and Defense Development

07/28/2016
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The report provides an assessment of China’s state plans for civilian and defense-related science and technology, industrial, and energy development and their economic and security implications for the United States. The authors are Tai Ming Cheung, Thomas Mahnken, Deborah Seligsohn, Kevin Pollpeter, Eric Anderson, and Fan Yang, writing for the University of California Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation.

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Technology,
Energy,
Economics,
Security