Study on the Relationship between Modernized Economic System Construction and Transfer and Transformation of Scientific and Technological Achievements

  • Qian FangEmail author
  • Yi Sheng
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1002)


From the perspective of the construction of modernized economic system, this paper ponders over the transfer and transformation of scientific and technological achievements, which is based upon systemic theory. In this paper, a structural modeling combining the construction of modernized economic system and the transfer and transformation of scientific and technological achievements is established on the foundation of Interpretative Structural Modeling Method. It also conducts analysis on the relationship and differences between the construction of modernized economic system and the transfer and transformation of scientific and technological achievements to make their operational mechanism clarified. It puts forward a way to consolidate the construction of modernized economic system through the transfer and transformation of scientific and technological achievements, which is combined with the current situation of transfer of scientific and technological achievements at the national and regional levels.


Modernized economic system Scientific and technological achievements Interpretative Structural Model 



This paper is supported by Soft Science Research Projects of Sichuan Department of Science and Technology (2018ZR0377); Soft Science Research Project of Sichuan Science and Technology Department((2018ZR0377) and Key Projects for Talent Introduction: Research on Industrial Development Strategy of Tianfu New Area in Sichuan for 2025.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sichuan Academy of Social SciencesChengduPeople’s Republic of China

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