TI  Vol.6 No.2 , May 2015
The Research on Current Situation and Countermeasure of University Science Park in Gulou District of Nanjing, China
ABSTRACT
So far, the development of State University Science Park has become important force to promote regional economy development. This paper theoretically makes judgment over the effects of regional economy development of State University Science Park. Thus, taking State University Science Park of Gulou District in Nanjing as an example, the paper respectively elaborated the influence of State University Science Park on regional economic brands, services and information from the aspects of brand building, technology trade, and scientific and technical activities undertaking. In order to further improve and popularize the practices of State University Science Park of Gulou District in Nanjing, the paper proposed the corresponding policy inspiration: constantly stuck to the law of economic development and innovated the service function and approaches; made use of science and technology entering the park to organize innovation union to promote the capacity of regional scientific and technical innovation and broke the bottleneck of State University Science Park development to provide the regional economy with sustainable service.

Cite this paper
Wu, S. , Xiao, X. , Lu, W. , Shen, X. and Tao, X. (2015) The Research on Current Situation and Countermeasure of University Science Park in Gulou District of Nanjing, China. Technology and Investment, 6, 93-104. doi: 10.4236/ti.2015.62010.
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