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Study on the Energy Security Strategy of South Korea - Focused on the Innovation System Perspective -
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Study on the Energy Security Strategy of South Korea - Focused on the Innovation System Perspective -
Choi, Jeong-Hwan; Lee, Hong-Hoon;
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 Abstract
Stability and security of energy resources are one of the most important factors for a national-development. In this research, we analyzed the Republic of Korea's policy making system on energy security and identified the problems from an innovation system perspective. In terms of the actors, they had limitations that ROK's navy do not have enough strategic plan for energy transportation. The links between innovation actors except defense area were relatively good, but links between the military area(navy) and other innovation actors had weak linkage. The infrastructure did't have enough consideration for military force development. For the institution; the role of the military area on energy security was not completely established. Therefore, participation of the defense area(navy) is required to be stated institutionally.
 Keywords
Energy resource;Innovation system;Security;Energy security;Energy security governance;
 Language
Korean
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