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미래성장동력 발굴과 기술혁신정책(Priority setting and technological innovation strategies for future growth engine industries) : 방법론 개발과 신성장동력사업 적용을 중심으로

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  • 미래성장동력 발굴과 기술혁신정책(Priority setting and technological innovation strategies for future growth engine industries)
  • Bae, Yong-Ho배용호; 최지선; 송종국; 황석원; 이우성; 박동배; 김석관; 고분이; 윤지의
  • 과학기술정책연구원


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Title 미래성장동력 발굴과 기술혁신정책(Priority setting and technological innovation strategies for future growth engine industries)
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방법론 개발과 신성장동력사업 적용을 중심으로

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Bae, Yong-Ho

Author(Korean)

배용호; 최지선; 송종국; 황석원; 이우성; 박동배; 김석관; 고분이; 윤지의

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서울:과학기술정책연구원

Date 2009-12
Series Title; No 정책연구 / 09-06
ISBN 978-89-6112-067-8
Pages 432
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding 과학기술정책연구원

Abstract

This research project is to design strategic priorities for future growth engine
industries and suggest the most efficient policy tools to develop those industries.
The study focuses on developing new methodologies that will enable the
measurement of the potential for future growth engine industries and the
improvement of technological innovation policy tools. Furthermore, this study
applies two types of new methodologies to 62 Star Brand products that were
designated as potential future growth engines by the Korean government.
First, this study creates the Korean Future Technology Index (KOFTI) as a
composite index, which integrates the economic, strategic, and technological
indexes to measure the future value of promising growth engine industries. Each
individual index uses its own measurement techniques that combine quantitative
and qualitative data. The Economic Value Index is measured with the market size
speculation approach. The Future Strategic Index is drawn from expert survey
analysis with the fuzzy multi-criteria decision making approach. The
Technological Influence Index is analyzed with the social network analysis
approach. The weights among the three individual indexes are provided through
the fuzzy multi-criteria decision making approach.
Based on the KOFTI analysis, 13 top Star Brand products out of 13 industries are
selected as the most promising future growth engines among the 62 Star Brand
products. The selected products include solar cells, nuclear power plants, smart water
supply facilities, LED emotional/well-being lights, green cars, U-City, next-generation wireless communication, next-generation displays, life-care robots, ultralight
magnesium materials, bio pharmaceuticals, eco-friendly food, and computer games.
In the second stage, the priority setting for the technological innovation policy
tools was conducted with a newly created tool named the "Policy Transformation
protocol from Technological Innovation Requirements" that proved useful to
identify the relationship of technological innovation requirements and innovation
policy tools. The importance of and the policy gaps relevant to each technological
innovation requirement were surveyed. Core technological innovation
requirements were derived from the survey results in each top Star Brand product
and used as the input factors for the transformation into innovation policies. Some
policy tools were regarded as important for developing the innovative capabilities
of most Star Brand products. They include the policies associated with R&D
human resource management, support for core technology development in firms,
public R&D in basic research, funding for universities and public research
institutes. In comparison, some policy tools were favored only by selective Star
Brand products. For example, R&D infrastructure support policy is favored by
bio pharmaceuticals and solar cells. Innovative cluster policy is considered
significant for ultralight magnesium materials, smart water supply facilities, and
U-Cities. The U-City reveals a clear differentiated pattern in the ranking of core
innovation policies that reflect the differences in technological innovation
requirements and policy gaps from other Star Brand products.
This paper compares the results by each Star Brand product and obtains
comprehensive information to provide insights on improving the industrial
competitiveness for developing future core technologies.