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기업간 및 기업-공공연구기관간 지식이전 형태 및 성과 비교 분석(Industry-industry vs industry-PRO knowledge transfer modes and firm performance) : The case of Korea

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  • 기업간 및 기업-공공연구기관간 지식이전 형태 및 성과 비교 분석(Industry-industry vs industry-PRO knowledge transfer modes and firm performance)
  • Eom, Boo-Young엄부영
  • 과학기술정책연구원


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Title 기업간 및 기업-공공연구기관간 지식이전 형태 및 성과 비교 분석(Industry-industry vs industry-PRO knowledge transfer modes and firm performance)
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The case of Korea

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Eom, Boo-Young

Author(Korean)

엄부영

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서울:과학기술정책연구원

Date 2009-12
Series Title; No 정책자료 / 09-08
Pages 38
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding 과학기술정책연구원

Abstract

This study aims at comparing to analyze the characteristics of knowledge
transfer modes from firms and PROs (universities and PRIs). To this end, we
conceptualize the modes of knowledge transfer from them and estimate the
impacts of combinations of transfer modes on firms performance. To begin with,
we identify five knowledge transfer modes based on the Survey on Korean
Industry-University/PRI Relationships to compare the characteristics of knowledge
transfer modes between industry-industry and industry-PROs cases. Then, we
empirically analyze the impacts of exclusively combined knowledge transfer
modes on the patents and sales of firms. First, we find that patent/licensing is
preferred the most as the industry-industry knowledge transfer mode, and R&D
cooperation and libor mobility, as the industry-PRO knowledge transfer modes.
Second, in both industry-industry and industry-PRO cases, combined modes rather
than a single mode contribute to the patent-filing. This is particularly the case for
patent/licensing, whose impact is significant only when combined with non-IP
modes. Third, overall, the impacts of knowledge transfer modes are significant
only on patents but not sales. Fourth, knowledge transfer modes have significant
impacts on the patent-filing mainly in the high-tech and medium-high-tech
industries. Overall, the difference in the impacts of knowledge transfer modes is
not noticeable between industry-industry and industry-PRO cases, but the relative
contribution is larger in the latter rather than in the former. Finally, we suggest
several policy implications.