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Innovation and Development: The Evidence From Innovation Surveys

Francesco Bogliacino, Giulio Perani, Mario Pianta, Stefano Supino
2012 Latin American Business Review  
The cases of Brazil and South Africa are affected, as already pointed out, by the over-representation of innovative firms in the surveys.  ...  In the Brazilian case there is a bias toward very large and innovative firms.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10978526.2012.730023 fatcat:kr7jlf7jwnf27nkexxucg4oioq

Innovation policy, competence creation and innovation performance of foreign subsidiaries: The case of South Korea

Axèle Giroud, Yoo Jung Ha, Mo Yamin, Pervez Ghauri
2011 Asian Business & Management  
The South Korean government has implemented a series of policies to enhance the innovation capabilities of private firms, whether foreign, or locally owned.  ...  Using data from the Korean Innovation Survey, a series of models are constructed explaining the innovation performance of 423 foreign firms in the Korean manufacturing sector.  ...  of firm-government relations in the case of South Korea.  ... 
doi:10.1057/abm.2011.27 fatcat:x5nmw722hrdhfizyun24ozxds4

Middle Innovation Trap

Jeong-Dong Lee, Chulwoo Baek, Sira Maliphol, Jung-In Yeon
2019 Foresight and STI Governance  
The approach is mainly applied to the cases of Korea's development and it highlights the differences in developing implementation and concept design capabilities.  ...  This study focuses on the development patterns of two types of technological capabilities: implementation and concept design.  ...  The Case of Korea as an Implementation Capability-Based Innovation System The history of Korean economic development shows that the features of the national innovation system are closely linked to form  ... 
doi:10.17323/2500-2597.2019.1.6.18. fatcat:ieq6sehffjcpvdnedqf7h2w5y4

Misty consensus, messy dissensus: paradoxes of the Brazilian innovation policies

Luiz Ricardo Cavalcante
2018 Innovation & Management Review  
Design/methodology/approach -It is argued that the reasons why the science, technology and innovation (ST&I) policies have failed to contribute more effectively increasing Brazilian technological efforts  ...  It is argued that these obstacles have less to do with the innovation policies themselves and more to do with their detachment from the institutional framework used to implement them.  ...  In the case of South Korea, the higher level of business enterprise R&D expenditures in 2005 did not prevent an increase of 1.24 percentage points.  ... 
doi:10.1108/inmr-07-2018-0052 fatcat:d45pmzwponexxka4lmkjgvz2hy

Complex spaces: global innovation networks & territorial innovation systems in information & communication technologies

Philip Cooke
2017 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
This paper brings together two related bodies of theory that assist understanding of processes of socio-technical system change on the global scale. These are, first,  ...  This work was supported by the DGIST R&D Program of the Ministry of Science, ICT and Technology of Korea (16-Intelligent Auto 4).  ...  Kim in Korea and Henry Yeung in Singapore. Finally thanks are due to the two anonymous referees. The usual disclaimer applies.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40852-017-0060-5 fatcat:jbdykkrcc5bsrnchav7yh473wy

Innovation-Theory and Practice

Henry R. Weinstock, Marjorie V. Phelps, Dick D. Miller
1975 The Elementary school journal  
In particular, there are cross-connections with the network research outlined in research area B. Also, there are connections with the study of systems of innovation (theme A.2).  ...  Luc Soete, the chairman of our opening conference today, for his contribution to intensifying the relation between ECIS and the Maastricht Economic Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (MERIT  ...  In terms emerging technologies, Korea and Taiwan seem the best placed in the foreseeable future.  ... 
doi:10.1086/460911 fatcat:ycfmpcg4h5dw3onfvkgpqswkxa

Case study on adoption of new technology for innovation

Junghee Han, Chang-min Park
2017 Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship  
Purpose -This paper aims at investigating the role of institutional entrepreneurship and corporate entrepreneurship to cope with firm' impasses by adoption of the new technology ahead of other firms.  ...  Kumho Tire takes great satisfaction in lots of failures to develop the cutting edge technology using advanced information and communication technology cultivated by heterogeneous institution and corporate  ...  Company overview In September 1960, K Tire was established in South Korea as the name of Samyang Tire.  ... 
doi:10.1108/apjie-08-2017-031 fatcat:7etbxhfdzne5jbiiwvz4mp5se4

Ideas and Innovation in East Asia

M. Brahmbhatt, A. Hu
2009 The World Bank Research Observer  
This might also be the case in fast moving middle income economies that aspire to follow in the tracks of the advanced emerging economies.  ...  Several key findings emerge from our analysis of technology transfer and indigenous innovation in East Asia.  ... 
doi:10.1093/wbro/lkp017 fatcat:cjq4pqaf55ckrc2vvqz6hvcrjq

Planting and harvesting innovation - an analysis of Samsung Electronics

Seung Hoon Jang, Sang M. Lee, Taewan Kim, Donghyun Choi
2019 International Journal of Quality Innovation  
This study explores how firms manage the entire life cycle of innovation projects based on the framework of harvesting and planting innovation.  ...  Without proper management of the process of planting and harvesting innovation, firms with limited resources may not be successful in launching innovative new products to seize a momentum in high tech  ...  Samsung Electronics (SE) was chosen as a case study since it has become the largest electronics firm in the world but originated from a former emerging economy, South Korea.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40887-019-0032-x fatcat:f6pd7acgczdjrh4rvdgm7dvz4q

Innovations in Governance

Raymond Fisman, Eric Werker
2011 Innovation Policy and the Economy  
Romer begins with the observation that technological advancement is responsible for prosperity in much of the developed world.  ...  Monopolistic firms enjoy all the fruits of their innovations, and so may have more incentive to innovate; yet competing for market share may be what pushes firms to remain at the technological frontier  ... 
doi:10.1086/655819 fatcat:ucj6kih6kfbx7ese2wutnsyd2u

Innovation Policy Implementation in Indonesia: Perspective of Triple Helix

Anugerah Yuka Asmara, Retno Kusumastuti
2021 STI Policy and Management Journal  
In nut shell, This study is aimed to explain key determinant factors hindering innovation policy in Indonesia, particularly to answer why classic issue of innovation problem is still unresolved in recent  ...  In developing countries, public policy for innovation is not easily implemented, including in Indonesia.  ...  South Korea and China initiated technology policy at almost a concurent period (1970s), though Indonesia also started implementation of science and technology in 1970s through establishment of national  ... 
doi:10.14203/stipm.2021.290 fatcat:ic3iuk4qtveaddejty7si6dpcm

China's innovation challenge

Cong Cao, Denis Fred Simon, Richard P Suttmeier
2009 Innovation: Organization and Management  
In 2008, China filed some 6,100 PCT applications, ranking it sixth in the world for the first time, after the US, Japan, Germany, South Korea, and France, but ahead of the UK.  ...  cluster in the context of global value chain: A case study of the Yunhe wood toy cluster in Zhejiang, China -Yanwei Zheng, Shihao Sheng Institutional innovation for technology transfer: Some new patterns  ... 
doi:10.5172/impp.11.2.253 fatcat:zv4uke4uqzhkjifx74vcb7nshi

Exploitation of architectural knowledge and innovation

Junghee Han
2017 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
After architecture technology is fully emerged, the utilization of architectural knowledge is one of the critical innovations.  ...  Knowledge across several segments appears to be a necessary ingredient to innovation in the case of an architectural shift.  ...  Publisher's Note Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40852-017-0068-x fatcat:azzfu4zorvavzad4uwruutdw3q

Innovative East Asia: the future of growth

2003 ChoiceReviews  
Commenting on the emergence of new firms in Korea, The Economist ("South Korea: Entrepreneurial Fresh Air" 2001, p . 60) observes, The new entrepreneurs face one big constraint that also affects old enterprises  ...  Grow" 2002 , "South Korea Burdened Banks" 2001 , and "South Korea Curbing Credit" 2002 A billion is 1,01)0 million 12 General government spends 45 percent of GDP in the OECD countries as a group.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.41-0428 fatcat:ps6wvdqdzvabdi25kcoizsc25e

The globalization of Research & Development in industrial corporations: Towards "reverse innovation"?

Blandine Laperche, Gilliane Lefebvre
2012 Journal of Innovation Economics & Management  
(eds) (2010), The Rise of Technological Power in the South, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.  ...  The authors present reverse innovation as a strategic response to the world market's new norms: the development of new markets in emerging countries and the emergence of new competitors coming from those  ... 
doi:10.3917/jie.010.0053 fatcat:k4o5f2ipi5gdxmowkdqmjxdree
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