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정책통합의 의의와 과학기술혁신정책 통합을 위한 과제(The meaning of policy integration and problems for science, technology, and innovation policy integration)

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  • 정책통합의 의의와 과학기술혁신정책 통합을 위한 과제(The meaning of policy integration and problems for science, technology, and innovation policy integration)
  • Seong, Jieun성지은
  • 과학기술정책연구원


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Title 정책통합의 의의와 과학기술혁신정책 통합을 위한 과제(The meaning of policy integration and problems for science, technology, and innovation policy integration)
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Seong, Jieun

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성지은

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서울:과학기술정책연구원

Date 2009-05
Series Title; No STEPI Working Paper Series / 09-02
Pages 24
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Territorial Development < Environment
Holding 과학기술정책연구원

Abstract

Lately innovation is perceived as a systemic, horizontal phenomenon and requires a new
governance for innovation. Subsequently, broader societal questions enter the domain of
innovation policy and coordination and integration between innovation policy and various other
policy domains, such as economic, educational, social, regional and environmental policies
become crucial.
Policy integration can mean both unifying several parts into a whole and incorporation one
part into a larger unit. Generally policy integration defines as aiming at achieving sustainable
development and prevent environmental damage and removing contradictions between policies
as well as within policies.
As innovation capabilities of the private sector have improved and it has become unclear
who to catch up with, the Korean government, a leading player in the process of “catch‐up,”
is likely to have more difficulties in maintaining the old way of planning and executing
policies. The Korean government is now under the pressure of planning technologies and
policies that do not allow any easy imitation or copy of other advanced countries longer,
which in turn reveals various limits of the existing policy framework.
Policy integration involves a continual process demanding changes in political,
organizational and procedural activities. To ensure long term and cross sectoral innovation
policy, overall change and improvement in policy and its implementation needed in terms of
political commitments, governance systems, policy instruments and monitoring, and evaluation
systems.