Construction of Evaluation System of Innovative City and Empirical Research

Guo Ping; Chen Jianwei; Song Zhihui
November 2013
Journal of Applied Sciences;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 22, p5428
Academic Journal
Since 2006, the strategic decision of building some innovative country was put forward in China, many cities one after another have been building innovative cities on the agenda and to accelerate the construction of innovative city. In the past few years, a uniform standard for evaluation of the construction and development of innovative city was needed. Based on the systematicness, orientation, operability, comparability principle to establish the innovative city evaluation index system, we select 15 key indicators which were divided into five categories. By factor analysis method, consulting the "China City Statistical Yearbook", "China Science and Technology Statistical Yearbook", "National Economic and Social development Statistics Bulletin" of the cities, R and D resources inventory key data bulletin of each city, the study evaluated 15 major innovative cities pilot in Chinese eastern, central and western regions and finally summarized six different types of innovative cities development and analyzed each classification.


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