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IJSSH 2020 Vol.10(4): 108-112 ISSN: 2010-3646
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2020.V10.1024

Research on Patent of Chinese Central Cities: From the Perspective of Cooperative Networks

Yang Peng and Zhang Runqiang
Abstract—In the context of a new round of scientific and technological revolution and industrial change, patent cooperation innovation between central cities has increasingly become an important path for central cities to obtain innovative resources and achieve innovative development. This paper takes 20 typical central cities in China as research objects, and studies its patent application, patent structure, patent input-output situation, and patent cooperation in central cities. The study found that the patent application, structure, and input-output situation of Chinese central cities showed typical regional imbalances, and that the regional imbalances were significantly linked to the imbalances of patent cooperation in central cities of China. This paper considers that the research on the patent innovation performance of Chinese central cities based on cooperation networks is more reasonable. It also provides important inspiration and reference for cross-regional cooperation among innovation subjects.

Index Terms—Central cities, patent innovation, China, cooperation network.

Yang Peng is with the Regional Institute of Guangxi Academy of Social Sciences, Guangxi 530022 CHN, China (e-mail: qinhan312@163.com).
Zhang Runqiang is with the Business School of Wenzhou University in Zhejiang, Zhejiang 325035 Chn, China (e-mail: zrqwzubs@sina.com).

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Cite: Yang Peng and Zhang Runqiang, "Research on Patent of Chinese Central Cities: From the Perspective of Cooperative Networks," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 108-112, 2020.

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