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지역혁신인프라 구조 분석 및 효율화 방안(A study on the structural analysis and the revitalization of regional innovative infrastructure)

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Title 지역혁신인프라 구조 분석 및 효율화 방안(A study on the structural analysis and the revitalization of regional innovative infrastructure)
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김찬준; 송하율; 정종석; 이상호; 김현우; 조성민; 정성훈; 이주석

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세종 : 산업연구원

Date 2018-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2018-882
ISBN 979-11-89910-24-2 93320
Pages 291
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding 산업연구원; KDI국제정책대학원
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Abstract

There is an argument that regional innovative institutes (RIIs) (as an infrastructure for regional innovation) have not well performed in terms of the innovative creation throughout the application of innovative facility and equipment (as an innovative hardware), and the invigoration of innovative networks. Several issues and causes are raised, such as (1) the deficiency of strategic and systematic approaches to the establishment of the equipment, (2) the insufficient internal capacity of the RIIs, and (3) the deficiency of the creation of agglomeration’s benefits due in the main to the loose network of innovative actors, to name but a few. Nonetheless, roles and the expectation of the RIIs in seeking region-led innovative growth are increasing, whereas there is a concern about insufficient roles of RIIs as a facilitator and intermediary in leading regional growth and creating innovation. Under this circumstance, required are policy alternatives to the formation of technological and regional innovation, and industrial ecosystem, and to the intensification of the internal capacity and networks of RIIs.