Since the onset of the twelfth Five-Year Plan, China has been at the forefront as an innovative nation based on a carefully designed strategy. Despite this, it can be argued that the Chinese government requires a series of more effective and systematic fiscal and taxation policies.
This book analyses the status quo and possible optimization of China’s fiscal and taxation policies. By drawing comparisons with other countries, as well as a practical investigation into the lessons China has drawn from elsewhere, the author shows how a nation should make steadily growing and optimized financial investments in science and technology in order to foster the optimum environment for innovation. It is shown that institutional innovation should be a systematic project which involves top-level design and top-down leadership.
This volume will be a useful reference for students, scholars, and policy makes who are interested in financial policy.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part I|167 pages
Theoretical study, practical investigation, and reference from international experiences on innovative country building
part II|155 pages
Fiscal and taxation support policies for building an innovative country
part III|165 pages
Systemic reform for building an innovative country