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과학기술기반 강화를 위한 학·연 연구협력 활성화 방안(Measures to promote research cooperation between universities and research institutes to strengthen science and technology base)

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  • Song, Jong Guk; Kim, Wang Dong; Lee, Chul won송종국; 김왕동; 문용일; 이철원; 조승철; 한기선; 금소현
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Title 과학기술기반 강화를 위한 학·연 연구협력 활성화 방안(Measures to promote research cooperation between universities and research institutes to strengthen science and technology base)
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Author(English)

Song, Jong Guk; Kim, Wang Dong; Lee, Chul won

Author(Korean)

송종국; 김왕동; 문용일; 이철원; 조승철; 한기선; 금소현

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서울:과학기술정책연구원

Date 2010-04
Series Title; No 조사연구 / 09-01
ISBN 978-89-6112-063-0
Pages 255
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
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Abstract

Significant attention has been paid to partnership among technology innovation
players, which include industry, universities, and research institutes, as effective
means for technology innovation. However, discussions over cooperation among
these technology innovation players have been focused on cooperation between
industry and universities and between industry and research institutes from the
perspective of technology supply and demand, while there have been little
discussions on effective measures for cooperation between universities and
research institutes, who are the suppliers of technology. Moreover, as President
Myong-bak Lee’s government pursues the promotion of basic originative research
as a national agenda with the inauguration of the Ministry of Education, Science
and Technology, there emerges a need to define policy directions that can help
promote research cooperation between universities and research institutes.
In this context, this study attempts to define the concept of research
cooperation between universities and research institutes and analyze the current
status of research cooperation between universities and research institutes through
case studies on university-research institute cooperation in research and through
NTIS analysis. In addition, an as-is analysis of research cooperation between
universities and research institutes was conducted through a survey and interviews
with researchers participating in research institute-university joint research projects to identify bottlenecks and define policy directions for promoting research cooperation between universities and research institutes.
Based on the results of case studies on advanced countries, NTIS statistics
analysis and as-is analysis through a survey, the following policy
recommendations have been developed at the national, institutional and group
levels. First, by establishing and operating specialized graduate programs at the
national level, it is necessary to secure a stable system of developing professional
researchers in research areas where synergies can be created from research
cooperation between universities and research institutes. In addition, it is
recommended to promote development and exchange of manpower between
universities and government-funded research institutes by developing
short/long-term programs and plans. It is also recommended to strengthen
management capabilities by designating higher-level institutions such as Research
Circles as coordinators for research cooperation between research institutes and
universities. At the institutional level, it is necessary to pursue cooperation
between research institutes and universities by considering interdependencies of
research themes and it is also important to secure rich and flexible resource
capabilities. When selecting partners, it is important to select counterparties who
can share similar research culture and job routines. In addition, it is necessary to
secure geographical proximity between partner institutes and activate networking
organizations. Lastly, at the group level, when pursuing research cooperation
between research institutes and universities, thorough preparations and planning
efforts are needed as well as joint objectives, clearly defined roles and
responsibilities between partner institutes and institutional practices that can help
promote joint research and manpower exchange.