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The comparison of innovation capabilities in Japan, Korea, China

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  • Wan, Wen-Cen
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Title The comparison of innovation capabilities in Japan, Korea, China
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Wan, Wen-Cen

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Singapore:IACSIT Press

Date 2012
Journal Title; Vol./Issue IPCSIT:Vol. 36
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
Japan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < General
Social Development < Education
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding IACSIT Press

Abstract

This paper compares the input of the expenditure and researchers on R&D and the output of the scientific articles and invention patents among Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. The conclusions can be drawn from this paper that first, Japan outperformed others in its output because of its input on researchers in business enterprise and their targets of long-term research performance. Second, China is an emerging economy. Most of its input and output were increased before 2009. However, although China had outstanding performance on scientific articles, its number of invention patents still far behind of other three countries. Third, the innovation capabilities of Korea and Taiwan were highly similar on both input and output, but Korea invested more, so its outcome was better than Taiwan. Finally, Taiwan’s patents were less credited to its academic research, so Taiwan should enforce the relationship between academic research and the need in industry.

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2012 International Conference on Innovation and Information Management (ICIIM 2012)