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Eco-innovation strategies for green growth of Korean manufacturing industries

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Frame of Image ····················································· 1 Ⅱ. Concept of Eco-Innovation ···················································· 4 Ⅲ. Eco-Innovation Case Study ················································ 10 1. The Cases of Global Firms ·················································· 10 2. Eco-innovation Policies of Developed Countries ··············· 12 Ⅳ. Eco-Innovation in Korean Economy ································· 14 1. Industrial eco-innovation behavior ········································ 14 2. Eco-innovation policy and its limitation ····························· 23 V. Eco-Innovation Strategies for the Manufacturing Industries ··················································································· 28 1. Reinforcement of industrial symbiosis ································· 29 2. Promotion of non technology eco-innovation ···················· 30 3. Dynamic approach to eco-innovation ··································· 33 4. Market friendly support system ············································ 36 5. Risk management on green technology development ······ 38 6. Inducement of market participation ······································ 41 Ⅵ. Concluding Remarks ······························································ 44 References ····················································································· 49
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Title Eco-innovation strategies for green growth of Korean manufacturing industries
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Lee, Sangkyu

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[Seoul]:Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade

Date 2009-12
Pages 55
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Manufacturing
Territorial Development < Environment
Holding Korea Institute for Industrial Economics & Trade

Abstract

In fact, the regulatory regime has shifted from the amount of pollutant or emission, to regulation levied on the products they sell. As examples, we noted ELV on cars and WEEE/RoHS on the electronic and electric appliances, which impose the environmental responsibilities on final products traded in the market. This regulatory trend towards the sustainable production and consumption implies that it becomes very important to manage the intermediate toxic materials and input resource quantities. In this paper I will provide several policy strategies by considering these regulatory trends and develop eco-innovation strategies for Korean manufacturers.