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 Title & Authors
Demands of R&D for Preventing Disaster & Safety Accidents
Yoon, Jonghyun; Lee, Yongbae;
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 Abstract
This study is about the demand survey of R&D for preventing disaster and safety accidents. The results are as follows. First, the priorities of technology development is shown in the following order: natural disasters, human and social disaster, and safety accidents. Second, the amount of R&D investment is shown in the following order in respect of disaster management phase: prevention, preparedness, response and recovery. However, investment in the recovery phase was low. Third, it was concentrated on some types the demands of technological development in the public sector. There is a possibility of duplication of technology development in government investment. Suggest that interagency cooperation is required.
 Keywords
Disaster;Safety accidents;Technology development;Demand survey;R&D;
 Language
Korean
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