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공공연구의 산업기술혁신 파급경로ㆍ효과분석 및 정책제언(An analysis of impacts and channels of public research on industrial innovation in Korea and policy recommendations)

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Title 공공연구의 산업기술혁신 파급경로ㆍ효과분석 및 정책제언(An analysis of impacts and channels of public research on industrial innovation in Korea and policy recommendations)
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Author(English)

Cho, Hyun-Dae; Min, Chul-Goo; Lee, Jae-Ok; Hwang, Yong-Soo; Sung, Tae-Kyung; Lee, Dae-Hee; Kang, Young-Joo

Author(Korean)

조현대; 민철구; 이재억; 황용수; 성태경; 이대희; 강영주

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서울:과학기술정책연구원

Date 2009-12
Series Title; No 정책연구 / 09-22
ISBN 978-89-6112-091-3
Pages 226
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding 과학기술정책연구원

Abstract

This study examines the transmission channels and effects of public research
on industrial R&D and innovation both theoretically and empirically. The study
reviews the related literature and develops an analytical framework. The study
categorizes and typifies the channels (various kinds of activities and outputs) of
public research on industrial innovation, for instance, academic papers, patents,
technical reports, technical consulting, manpower transfer, joint research,
contract-based research, technology licensing, which are the transmission channels
of knowledge.
Then, in terms of impacts of channels of public research on industrial
innovation, the study investigates overseas countries (USA, Germany and Japan)
and Korea, and compares them. In addition, this study selects three types of cases
(three Korean firms) and examines these cases with respect to impacts of
channels of public research on these three firms. The typical findings are as
follows. In USA and Germany, paper and patents are effective channels of public
research on industrial R&D. But in Korea, the channel type A (basic research and
knowledge, academic seminar) and type B (papers, technical reports, patents) are
less effective, and the type C (technical consulting and meeting) and type D (joint
research, contract-based research) are relatively more effective. The type E (joint venture, technology licensing, spin-off) is very rare. Japan shows a similar pattern
to the Korean one, but the impacts of its public research on industrial innovation
seem to be higher than that of Korea.
In addition, on the basis of whole results of analyses, this study discusses the
features and meanings in the channels and impacts of the Korean public research.
Moreover, this study suggests policy implications and recommendations, for
instance, developing a new scheme (measurement, indicator and index) to
measure the industrial utility of papers and patents generated from public research
in Korea and applying it for policy to increase the impacts of those papers and
patents on industrial innovation. Finally, the study recommends that the Korean
policy makers should not only focus on channel type D and E but also consider
type A, B, and C as the important impact channels of public research on
industrial innovation.