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한국형 지역혁신체제의 모델과 전략(Korean models and strategies of regional innovation systems) : 지역혁신의 유형과 발전경로(Typology and developmental paths)

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  • 한국형 지역혁신체제의 모델과 전략(Korean models and strategies of regional innovation systems)
  • Lee, Jeong Hyop; Kim, Hyung-joo; Sohn, Dong-Won이정협; 김형주; 손동원
  • 과학기술정책연구원


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Title 한국형 지역혁신체제의 모델과 전략(Korean models and strategies of regional innovation systems)
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지역혁신의 유형과 발전경로(Typology and developmental paths)

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Lee, Jeong Hyop; Kim, Hyung-joo; Sohn, Dong-Won

Author(Korean)

이정협; 김형주; 손동원

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서울:과학기술정책연구원

Date 2006-12
Series Title; No 정책연구 / 06-26
ISBN 978-89-6112-003-6
Pages 344
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding 과학기술정책연구원

Abstract

Policies concerning Regional Innovation Systems (RIS) and clusters have
recently been widely accepted and applied in most of the countries in the world.
Previous research on RISs and innovation clusters argues that real RISs or
innovation clusters are defined by network-based learning taking place through
interactions within embedded regions. There are few cases of such RISs or
innovation clusters in Korea, however, so government policies have tried to
artificially 'build' networks in regions through financial investment. However,
efforts to simply imitate and apply systems from leading countries to the Korean
case without making any necessary modifications haveoften ignored, or provided
only limited interpretation of Korea's unique system of competitiveness, led by
large companies such as Samsung Electronics, Hyundai Motor Company, and LG
Electronics.
In order to create fruitful outcomes from RIS-related policies, it is important
to examine regional differences and to mobilize distinctive plans of problemsolving
for each region. RISs and clusters are diverse in their sizes, networks,
R&D investment, and the ratio of innovative products contained within them, and
policies based on one ideal type and one best practice are hardly successful. This
research includes the analyses of example RISs in Korea, and the exploration of
each region's developmental paths, which in turn reflect their own regional characteristics. The purpose of this effort is to highlight feasible policy recommendations that will be able to bring about desirable outcomes.