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Triple-Helix 지표를 이용한 한국과 네델란드의 지식기반 혁신시스템 비교연구( A comparison of the knowledege-based innovation system in the economies of South Korea and the netherlands)

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Title Triple-Helix 지표를 이용한 한국과 네델란드의 지식기반 혁신시스템 비교연구( A comparison of the knowledege-based innovation system in the economies of South Korea and the netherlands)
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Author(Korean)

박한우; Loet Leydesdorff; 홍형득; 홍성조

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[서울]:한국자료분석학회

Date 2004-10
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of the Korean Data Analysis Society:vol. 6(no. 5)
Pages 14
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Netherlands(Europe)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Economy
Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding Loet Leydesdorff

Abstract

This paper elaborates on the Triple Helix model for measuring the emergence of a knowledge base of socio-economic systems. The ‘knowledge infrastructure’ is measured using multiple indicators: webometric, scientometric, and technometric. The paper employs this
triangulation strategy to examine the current state of the innovation systems of South Korea and the Netherlands. These indicators are thereafter used for the evaluation of the systemness in configurations of university-industry-government relations. South Korea is becoming somewhat stronger than the Netherlands in terms of scientific and technological outputs and in terms of the knowledge-based dynamics; South Korea’s portfolio is more traditional than that of the Netherlands. For example, research and patenting in the biomedical sector is underdeveloped. In terms of the Internet-economy, the Netherlands seem oriented towards global trends more than South Korea; this may be due to the high component of services in the Dutch economy.

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