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Researches on the Inter-Provincial R&D Innovation Efficiency for Chinese High-Tech Industry

DOI: 10.4236/me.2016.79095, PP. 921-932

Keywords: High-Tech Industry, R&D Innovation Efficiency, Inter-Province, DEA Approach with Double Frontiers

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The characteristics of Chinese economic area are distinct, and the development status of the inter-provincial high-tech industry is significantly different. As Chinese high-tech industry is acting an increasingly important role in pushing the economic development, it is necessary to evaluate the inter-provincial R&D innovation efficiency for high-tech industry. This text, using the DEA Approach with Double Frontiers, made comparison for the evaluation unit with the “optimized” and “worst” decision-making unit respectively. Therefore it carried out measurement for the inter-provincial optimistic efficiency and pessimistic efficiency for Chinese high-tech industry, and suggested the comprehensive results with the geometric average efficiency. The research results showed that there were great differences among the R&D innovation efficiencies for Chinese high-tech industry among 26 provinces and municipalities. There is no need for the high-tech industry to blossom everywhere. It, based on the economic development and efficiency status, should be strengthened in Beijing, Tianjin, Guangdong, Chongqing and Jiangsu, etc.


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