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Introduction China is one of the most attractive countries in terms of scientific performance today (Huang 2010 ; Mervis 2010 ). It has experienced a sustained and remarkable increase in scientific production (Jin and

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country, China is now making the transition from a planned to a market economy. The development of science and technology among different regions is imbalanced with respect to three main aspects: academic level and disciplinary structure of research, size

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Introduction During recent years, Library and Information Science (LIS) in China has being changed dramatically along with the reform and opening policy of China and the rapid growth of Chinese economy (Wu and Yuan 1994 ). LIS

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Lu Li
,
Dan-Dan Xu
,
Jing-Xin Chai
,
Di Wang
,
Lin Li
,
Ling Zhang
,
Li Lu
,
Chee H. Ng
,
Gabor S. Ungvari
,
Song-Li Mei
, and
Yu-Tao Xiang

the contrary, no association was found between age and IAD in Chinese university students ( Huang et al., 2009 ). Furthermore, the prevalence of IA is higher in the general population in countries with heavier traffic, pollution, and overall

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* The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial support from the National Social Science Foundation of China (Grants: 17BJY090). References

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It has been about 30 years since China adopted an open-up and reform policy for global competition and collaboration. This opening-up policy is accompanied by a spectacular growth of the country’s economy as well as visibility in the world’s scientific literature. Also China’ competitiveness in scientific research has grown, and is mirroring the development of the country’s economy. On the other hand, international collaboration of most countries dramatically increased during the last two decades and accompanied the growth of science in emerging economies. Thus the question arises of whether growth of competitiveness in research is accompanied by an intensification of collaboration in China as well. In the present study we analyse the dynamics and the national characteristics of China’s co-operation in a global context. We also study research profile and citation impact of international collaboration with respect to the corresponding domestic ‘standards’.

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Introduction Since the adoption of the Opening-up Policy in 1978, China has achieved an astounding growth in both economy and technology in the past three decades, and has aspired to be the center of world's technology

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uanhong , Z. ( 2018 ): International comparison and development suggestions of China's dairy industry competitiveness . Chinese Rural Economy , 403 , 132 – 146 . (In Chinese) C hina A ssociation

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Food safety incidents happen every year in China. It has created major concerns about people’s lives and health in the country. Increasing efforts by the Chinese Government have seen tighter measures in the food safety control but problems still linger on. This study discusses food safety issues that are currently going on in China. Public polls were taken to survey the broad opinions as to what the causes and the potential dangers of food safety problems may be. Some of the improvements are also discussed in this study. Other developing countries or regions can benefit by learning from China to avoid the same food safety problems and make a risk analysis by precursor examples.

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Child Development 60 819 824 . M. H. Bond 1996 Handbook of Chinese Psychology

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