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Entrepreneurial universities for science and technology : Cases of KAIST and POSTECH

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  • Entrepreneurial universities for science and technology
  • Park, Mun-su; Jeong, Seung Ouk
  • National Institute for Science and Technology Policy and Strategy Studies


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Title Entrepreneurial universities for science and technology
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Cases of KAIST and POSTECH

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Park, Mun-su; Jeong, Seung Ouk

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[Hanoi, Vietnam] : National Institute for Science and Technology Policy and Strategy Studies

Date 2015
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Science and Technology Policy and Management:vol. 4(no. 4)
Pages 16
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Social Development < Education
Holding National Institute for Science and Technology Poli
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Abstract

The entrepreneurial university concept is a new challenge and opportunity for science and technology (S&T) universities in Korea. The traditional university functions of education, research, and community service are still highly relevant, but increasingly so are new types of collaboration for research outcomes and funding resources. Strategic university management is needed to handle socioeconomic contribution, involving the creation and maintenance of proactive relationships with firms, national and regional governments, and other regional entities. The emergence of the entrepreneurial university in Korea is similar to the socioeconomic changes observable in the history of university development in America and in many other developed countries. In this paper, we examine the emerging paradigm of entrepreneurial universities in Korea and discuss the interactions among universities, firms, and government strategy and policy by investigating and comparing two universities, POSTECH and KAIST, in their leadership, adaptation to changes in the environment, business strategies, organization, and cooperative network. (The rest omitted)