Constructing of Innovation Teams: The Way of Academic Research Order Rebuilding

Xiaomei FAN, Xiaorong WU


The constructing of academic research order is based on effective academic freedom and appropriate academic innovation. At present, the order is in subject dilemma and institutional dilemma, that is, the singularity of research subject, the paradox on academic freedom, the confronting between true fruits and false fruits, and the gap between what it should be and what it is. Reconstruction is necessarily involved for the sustainable development of the academic research. In this article, therefore, innovation team building is proposed. And it is also believed as an effective way to solve the obstacle of the order,for the innovation team can ensure the sound progress of the order with its tensile tension to restrain the academic freedom and its resultant force to promote the academic innovation.


Innovation; Innovation team; Academic research; Order

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