DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1379

Influence of Technology Innovation on Economic Growth Patterns from a Brain Cognition Based Approach

Hongwei Wu, Yongmei Liu

Abstract


In recent years, the technological innovations in China has substantial influence on the economic development. But as the market is gaining competitiveness, only with continuous innovations, can China maintain the sustainability of its economy growth. This paper, based on analysis of behavioral data and electroencephalogram (EEG) data, sets to understand the how the technological innovation can exert influence on the economic growth patterns from the perspectives of time phase, space limit and diversified approach. As for the EEG data, we test the cognition of 15 subjects on the degree of recognition, and validate the hypothesis set out beforehand. This paper adopts a new perspective that analyses technological innovation with the brain-recognition-based approach, conducts experiments on how the technological innovation can influence the economic growth patterns, and sets to provide policy recommendations to benefit future technological innovations in China.

Keywords


Brain Cognition, Technological Innovation, Economic Growth Patterns, Brain Cognition Experiment

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