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대학의 지식이전 활성화를 위한 연구자 지원방안(Motivating university faculty’s collaborations with industries to promote academic knowledge transfer)

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  • 김형주; 정미애; 엄미정; 서홍용
  • 과학기술정책연구원


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Title 대학의 지식이전 활성화를 위한 연구자 지원방안(Motivating university faculty’s collaborations with industries to promote academic knowledge transfer)
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김형주; 정미애; 엄미정; 서홍용

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서울:과학기술정책연구원

Date 2013-12
Series Title; No 정책연구 / 2013-16
ISBN 9788961122542 93320
Pages 161
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Others
Holding 과학기술정책연구원

Abstract

In the knowledge-based economy, there has been growing emphasis on University-Industry (U-I) links to create innovations. The korean government has actively implemented the policies promotions U-I links by providing institutional supports since the 1990s.
However, Korea's innovation actors are not willing to cooperate compared to other advanced countries'. In spite of many supports and policies for U-I collaborations, the culture of cooperation has not settled yet. Especially many points out that individual academic researchers limitedly participate in U-I collaborations.
This research examines U-I collaboration motivation and value of the academic researchers at the individual level to solve the cultural problems which slows proliferation of the real collaborations, and rather produce the formal events. This research analyzed the Korean faculty members’ individual perceptions and motivations, and their collaboration activities with industries. We found that the individual perceptions and external environments of the U-I links make a difference in the motivations and the patterns of collaboration activities.