Wednesday, October 7, 2009

327 Page Book on "China's Electronic Industry" Published

The 2009 edition of China's Electronic Industry has been published. The 327 page book was written by Dr. Michael Pecht and Len Zuga, with additional contributions from Fan Li, Li Chen, Dr. Arnulf Jager-Waldau, Ken Fleck, Shunuong Zhang, Rui Kang and Xiaofel He. The book addresses the current status and development of China's electronics industry in the context of the unique political and economic forces affecting China today. Key chapters include China's Trade Data, Policies and Issues; Intellectual Property Protection in China; Science and Technology in China; Electronics Information Industry in China; China's Semiconductor and Microelectronics Industry; Photovoltaics in China; Connectors, Cables and Backplanes in China; Computers in China; Telecommunications in China; Consumer and Automotive Electronics in China; and Emerging Electronics Markets in China. For further information go here- China's Electronic Industry.

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China’s Electronics Industry by Pecht and Zuga (2009) is a “must read” for everyone who wants to understand the electronics industry of modern China and its impact on the global electronics and emerging technologies markets. Businessmen, policy makers, technologists, and political scientists – all will benefit from this comprehensive and authoritative guide to the Chinese electronics industry, which is set in the context of China’s rich historical, economic, ideological, and cultural background. Pecht and Zuga provide a thorough qualitative and quantitative analysis of sub-industries within the electronics industry, down to the level of individual organizations. They also provide a compelling view of China as one of the key players in the global technology arena. This book is written in an elegant, easy-to-read style that appeals to scholars and to the general public alike. It is fascinating and informative, and I highly recommend it.

Victoria Loewengart