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Innovation policies of South Korea

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  • Innovation policies of South Korea
  • Gupta, Nayanee; Healey, David W; Stein, Aliza M; Shipp, Stephanie S
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Title Innovation policies of South Korea
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Gupta, Nayanee; Healey, David W; Stein, Aliza M; Shipp, Stephanie S

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Virginia,U.S : The Institute for Defense Analyses

Date 2013-08
Pages 71
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic Conditions
Industry and Technology < General
Government and Law < Governance
Holding The Institute for Defense Analyses
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Abstract

With the goal of better understanding how different countries implement innovation policies, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence asked the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) to examine the industrial and innovation policies of South Korea, Russia, and Brazil. A team of IDA researchers reviewed the literature and interviewed experts to provide an overview of the political, economic, demographic, and other factors that are brought to bear on each country’s industrial and innovation policies, relative to other countries. This report documents the outcome of this examination for South Korea. It examines • Drivers behind South Korea’s innovation goals; • Mechanisms South Korea uses to execute its innovation policies aimed at achieving those goals; • Trends that indicate the effectiveness of the mechanisms/policies; • Socio-cultural characteristics that could affect success or failure; • Primary partners in South Korea’s innovation activities; • Implications of South Korea’s innovation policies for the United States, particularly U.S. national security; and • Future vision relative to how changes in innovation policies translate to threats and opportunities for U.S. national security, innovation, and economy.