Business Incubators in China: A Financial Services Perspective
Wei He and
Asia Pacific Business Review, 2007, vol. 13, issue 1, 79-94
The business incubation industry in China has been booming since the mid-1990s. However, the lack of a well-developed financial services sector has become a major bottleneck to the growth of the industry. Based on our visits to 12 Chinese business incubators around the country and interviews with their executives, we present our perspective on the state of the incubator industry in China with special emphasis on incubators' financial services for their incubatees.
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