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JIN Jun, Zhejiang University.

Presentation to the UK-China Innovation Workshop for Sustainable and Equitable Development, Tsinghua University, 19 March 2010, co-organised by China Institute for Science and Technology Policy (CISTP) at Tsinghua University and the STEPS Centre.

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    JIN Jun: To be sustainable and innovative: the Hangzhou experience JIN Jun: To be sustainable and innovative: the Hangzhou experience Presentation Transcript

    • To Be Sustainable and Innovative: Hangzhou Experience
      Jun JIN
      College of Public Administration
      Zhejiang University
      @Tsinghua University
      2010-03-19
    • Brief Information of Zhejiang and Hangzhou
      3/19/2010
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    • Brief Information of Zhejiang and Hangzhou
      GDP in 2009:
      Zhejiang: 2283.2 Billion Yuan, 8.9%
      Hangzhou: 509.866 Billion Yuan, 10% (contribution of service industry: 64.6%)
      GDP per capital in 2009:
      Zhejiang: 44,335 Yuan
      Hangzhou: 74,924 Yuan
      Energy Consumption per GDP reduced 5.6% in Zhejiang in 2009
      R&D expenditure in Zhejiang: 1.7% of GDP
      Three industries in Hangzhou: from 3.7:50.0:46.3 (2008)to 3.7:47.8:48.5 (2009)  Service industry has been the primary industry in Hangzhou
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    • Target of Hangzhou
      Eco-city & safest city in China
      including industrial transition and upgrading, recycling economy, “clean production”, energy saving and carbon reduction, low-carbon economy, low-carbon city and low-carton life.
      Innovative city
      Priority: service industry, including
      culture and creativity, tourism in its broader sense, finance, trading and logistics, information service and software industry, intermediary service, real estate and community service.
      ……
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    • Incentive Policies in HZ
      Guidelines to Build an Innovative City, Hangzhou
      Suggestions to Promote the Development of Information Service Industry
      Information service: Revenue to be 100 Billion Yuanin 2011
      Culture and creative industry: rewards to Carton companies if their cartons could be shown in the CCTV.
      Policies for Entrepreneurship
      ……
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    • Development of Incubators
      Private incubator: Enjoyer incubator
      established by the Enjoyer company, a private company focusing on the IT solutions to the transportation, the health care, and others
      Continual running of incubators
      U-I collaboration
      Good services to enterprises in incubators
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    • Entrepreneurship of Students
      Entrepreneurship park for undergraduates and graduates
      Incentives to these young entrepreneurs
      Reduced renting cost
      Registered capital could be 0
      Capital support from the government: RMB 20,000 to 200,000 (90%)
      Angel capital, seed capital, and venture capital
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    • Case: Low-carbon in HZ and ZJ
      Green and smart city building:
      To be a low-carbon city & improve IT service industry
      Companies: Insigma, Enjoyer, and so on
      New energy industry development:
      Wind power station (private)
      Energy reverse technology
      Tide power
      New energy vehicles
      ……
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    • Challenges
      To be the first pilot province of industrial transition and upgrades in China, there are many challenges we faced:
      How to do?
      Which to be priority industry?
      How to evaluate the process?
      What to be evaluation indicators, if not GDP?
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      Thanks!
      Jun JIN
      hzj.jin@gmail.com