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Research on the Motivations and Paths of Collaborative Technology Innovation for Chinese Creative Agriculture

Lin Bingkun and Lv Qinghua
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Creative agriculture is the integration of modern agricultural technology and local culture. As the new emerging agricultural industry, it is regarded as an effective solution to solve the problems of environmental pollution and economics development in rural areas in China. It has been widely developed all over the country, in order to achieve competitive advantages, the creative agricultural companies are trying their best to carry out the projects of technological innovation, however, due to the limitation of the shortage of the innovation funds and the technical staff and the high risk of innovation, most creative agricultural enterprises finally choose a way of cooperative innovation. This paper will first review the theoretical and literary discuss and analysis about the creative agriculture and the cooperative technical innovation of this industry, by further exploring the motivations that why the creative agricultural organizations choose the way of cooperative innovation, the author put forward the paths for the cooperative innovation. The paper then concludes with some suggestions for the technical innovation of the creative agricultural companies.

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Lin Bingkun and Lv Qinghua, 2013. Research on the Motivations and Paths of Collaborative Technology Innovation for Chinese Creative Agriculture. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 1774-1780.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.1774.1780


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