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Bringing Chinese research to the world

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Sharon Ruwart

Elsevier Science & Technology China
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Abstract

To be a global leader in science, there are three key elements required of any economy: talent, state-of-the-art infrastructure and access to information. China’s ambitious plans to become the world’s science hub mean the country is faced with some significant challenges, with its history of social upheaval that has left huge disparities in wealth, education and access to the most basic healthcare and a culture that values visible, tangible resources over electronic tools and information.

Despite these potential barriers to growth, it is an exciting time for science in China and the market provides a significant and interesting opportunity for publishers.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1629/20143
How to Cite: Ruwart, S., 2007. Bringing Chinese research to the world. Serials, 20(2), pp.143–147. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1629/20143
Published on 01 Jul 2007.
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