Douglas B. Fuller, Professor, School of Management, Zhejiang University
Douglas B. Fuller is a Professor in the Department of Business Administration of Zhejiang University's School of Management. He previously taught at King's College London, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and American University in Washington, DC. His research spans the political economy of development, technology policy and strategy, and comparative capitalism with a geographic focus on East Asia.
Part 1: Setting the Stage Introduction 1. The Framework Part 2: State Policy, Firms and Upgrading Outcomes 2. California (and Hsinchu) Dreaming: China's Flailing Efforts to Replicate Technology Clusters 3. Paper Tigers: The Weakness of China's National Champions 4. State-driven Technology Commercialization versus the Globalization of R&D Part 3: The Integrated Circuit Industry 5. IC Fabrication 6. IC Design: From Reverse Engineering to Innovation Part 4: China in Comparative Perspective 7. China's Global Hybrid Model for Development under Globalization 8. Importing Institutions and Comparative Capitalism 9. China's Economic Future and the Future Role of Hybrids Appendix: Interview List