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A Comparative study of the dynamics of innovation systems in three clusters from Korea and Malaysia

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  • A Comparative study of the dynamics of innovation systems in three clusters from Korea and Malaysia
  • Hyu, Yun Jin Joseph; Mohan, Avvari V.
  • Rollins College


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Title A Comparative study of the dynamics of innovation systems in three clusters from Korea and Malaysia
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Hyu, Yun Jin Joseph; Mohan, Avvari V.

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[Winter Park]:Rollins College

Date 0000
Subject Country Malaysia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic Conditions
Industry and Technology < General
Holding Rollins College

Abstract

‘Spatial proximity’ of firms is being increasing cultivated by governments in Asia with policies driving the development to ‘cluster’ firms. Based on Innovation Systems theory, this ‘clustering’ of firms is hoped to help increase interactions, not only among firms, but also of firms with other ‘institutions’ like universities, trade associations, government entities etc.. Which in turn would facilitate sharing of knowledge and increase capacity for localized learning by firms, and thus leading to innovation.. This paper analyses and compares innovations systems in four Asian clusters from Korea, Malaysia and India. The paper identifies leading entities, infrastructures and functional capacities for R&D within these clusters. Then the structural combinations and interrelationships of R&D producing entities such as university and national research institutions, R&D achievements delivering entities like techno-parks and related associations, and also R&D consuming entities such as corporations are also studied. (The rest omitted)