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Establishment of Cooperation Evaluation System between Domestic Large Enterprises and Small/Medium-Sized Enterprises for Invigorating Joint Overseas Expansion
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Establishment of Cooperation Evaluation System between Domestic Large Enterprises and Small/Medium-Sized Enterprises for Invigorating Joint Overseas Expansion
Kim, Taehoon; Lim, Hyunsu; Jang, Hyoun-Seung; Yu, Jung-Ho; Cho, Hunhee; Kang, Kyung-In;
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 Abstract
Joint overseas expansion could contribute domestic large enterprises and small/medium-sized enterprises to expand overseas construction market by complementing each other`s vulnerabilities and weaknesses. To invigorate it, not only does mutual effort between both parties matter, but also providing motivation such as institutional incentives and compensations are important for inducing large enterprises to voluntarily expand overseas construction with small/medium-sized enterprises. However, institutional systems exist only to promote win-win growth limited to domestic construction except for overseas construction. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to establish cooperation evaluation system between domestic large enterprises and small/medium-sized enterprises for invigorating joint overseas expansion by evaluating large enterprises cooperation efforts, and offering incentives to some enterprises gaining a good grade. The developed system could contribute to effectively promote win-win growth by providing institutional guidelines. In other words, The government could induce large enterprises cooperation efforts to some parts which small/medium-sized enterprises need, and large enterprises could selectively and intensively support insufficient cooperation part based on the evaluation result.
 Keywords
joint overseas expansion;cooperation evaluation system;overseas construction;large enterprises and small/medium-sized enterprises;
 Language
Korean
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