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정부규제가 기업의 기술혁신 행태에 미치는 영향(Effects of regulations on the Firm's technological innovation)

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  • Jeong, Seung-il정승일; 김병우; 이우성; 손수정; 장병열; 유의선
  • 과학기술정책연구원


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Title 정부규제가 기업의 기술혁신 행태에 미치는 영향(Effects of regulations on the Firm's technological innovation)
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Author(English)

Jeong, Seung-il

Author(Korean)

정승일; 김병우; 이우성; 손수정; 장병열; 유의선

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서울:과학기술정책연구원

Date 2007-12
Series Title; No 정책연구 / 07-13
ISBN 978-89-6112-024-1
Pages 282
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding 과학기술정책연구원

Abstract

In this study, we made a critical review on the regulatory policies of
Korea, analysed their effects on the firm's innovation, and suggested some
policy implications. South Korea's regulatory system has experienced a
radical change during the last 10 years. The developmental system of
regulation, under which the country had achieved a rapid industrialization,
was dismantled in the 1990s. After the outbreak of the Asian financial crisis,
in particular, the old system of regulation, which had been largely a part of
the government-led industrialization, was criticized as a main cause of the
crisis. As a result, the regulation system was liberalized in a radical way.
And many innovation researchers and policy makers expected that such a
liberal system of regulation would lead Korea's national innovation system to
the quantum leap to a 'post catchup' model as well as a model of radical
innovation of the Englo-American type of capitalism.
Our analyses of corporate governance regulations, financial regulations,
protectory regulations of intellectual property rights, and environmental
regulations show, however, that changes of regulatory systems in the last
decade did not always promoted the firm's innovation. South Korea now
needs a second catchup rather than a post catchup, and hence, it is necessary
to shape its regulatory and institutional system to drive the second catchup.