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Establishing a marketing strategy model for academic-industrial cooperation between companies and universities (기업과 대학간의 산학협력마케팅 전략모델 구축에 관한 연구)

  • Yun, Jeong-Keun
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.65-72
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    • 2014
  • Purpose - Because of the emphasis on the necessity of academic-industrial cooperation between companies and universities, there are various ongoing academic-industrial cooperation programs led by the government. As government actively supports such cooperation as policy,and universities vitalize new technology development, academic-industrial cooperation between companies and universities is being recognized as an important growth engine for companies the competitiveness of academic-industrial cooperation is also attracting more interest. The government has vitalized human resource fostering, practical R&D, and technology transfer to companies since 2012 by executing a "leading university fostering project for academic-industrial cooperation." Based on an organic interlink among universities, industry, and research institutes, the government also created and is promoting several models of such cooperation between companies and universities to support shared growth of industry and local universities. The purpose of academic-industrial cooperation is growth and benefit fromtechnology development, technical cooperation, and technology transfer between companies and universities. Research design, data, and methodology - As more academic-industrial cooperation efforts are ledby companies due to the limitation in technology-focused commercialization cooperation, the academic-industrial cooperation system became fragmented and it is losing the potential for future advancement. Specifically, as differences between universities grow, academic-industrial cooperation between companies and universities based on new technology from universities is finding difficulty advancing,while systematic support from companies to enhance the performance of businesses created by academic-industrial cooperation is also insufficient. Accordingly, this study established a growth model for the advancement of academic-industrial cooperation between companies and universities and suggested a plan to strengthen the competitiveness and promote the future advancementof academic-industrial cooperation between companies and universities by analyzing the current situation of such cooperation and diagnosing its issues. Results - This study explored the concept and current status of academic-industrial cooperation relationships and analyzed related issues. For such cooperative organizations to be competitive, the employment environment of professional human resources for academic-industrial cooperation should be improved and measures to secure professional resources should be taken as early as possible. Though the academic-industrial cooperation now is being led by government, there is a limitation based on business models, which require creation of profit; however, an academic-industrial cooperation model still cannot stand alone without the support of government. This study also pointed out that a having only a plan to build competitiveness of companies and universities for academic-industrial cooperation is not sufficient. Conclusions - In order to increase the competitiveness of academic-industrial cooperation, a detailed growth-sharing model for academic-industrial cooperation should be developed, and there should be more joint development processes for the advancement of such cooperation in which the need for technology development can be verified in advance. In addition, beyond focusing on technology-focused academic-industrial cooperation, a network between companies and universities searching for ideas for academic-industrial cooperation in the fields of human and social aspects should be created. A new academic-industrial model linking current cooperation between companies and universities to the local area should be built based on such academic-industrial cooperation in human and social fields.

Correlation between Win-Win Cooperation Supply Chains and Sustainability in the Perspective of Sustainability (지속가능성 관점에서 공급사슬의 상생협력과 지속가능성 간의 관계)

  • Park, Chan Kwon;Seo, Yeong Bok
    • Journal of the Korean society of supply chain management
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    • v.17 no.1
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    • pp.31-51
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to figure out precedence factors consisting of win-win cooperation supply chains in the perspective of sustainability and examine how those precedence factors influence win-win cooperation supply chains and also how win-win cooperation supply chains influence sustainability's three aspects, economic, environmental, and social sustainability. Furthermore, it will investigate win-win cooperation supply chains in terms of their roles as a parameter. To attain the goal, this author has formulated and verified hypotheses. First of all, precedence factors consisting of win-win cooperation supply chains, transaction fairness, transaction authenticity, social capital, and CSR activity, influence win-win cooperation supply chains in significantly positive ways. Second, win-win cooperation supply chains influence economic, environmental, and social sustainability in significantly positive ways. Third, win-win cooperation supply chains play roles as a parameter between transaction fairness, transaction authenticity, social capital, and CSR activity and economic, environmental, and social sustainability. Accordingly, this author suggests individual companies composed of supply chains to enhance the level of cooperation as a win-win cooperation supply chain in order to elevate sustainability even further. This study is significant in that it has figured out correlation between the precedence factors of win-win cooperation supply chains, transaction fairness, transaction authenticity, social capital, CSR activity, and a win-win cooperation supply chain and economic, environmental, and social sustainability.

A Study on the Effects of the Cooperative Philosophy between SMEs to the Cooperative Activities and Performance (중소기업 간 협력철학이 협력활동과 협력성과에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Jae-Sun
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.8 no.9
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    • pp.301-309
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    • 2017
  • This study analyzed the effect of cooperation activities among SMEs. In order to study empirical analysis, we classified the types of cooperation into four dimensions: technology cooperation, human resource cooperation, sales cooperation and financial cooperation. Review the role of the collaborative philosophy as a predictor. This study also analyzed the relationship between cooperation philosophy, cooperation activities and performance. The results of this study are as follows: First, the result of path analysis between cooperation philosophy and cooperation activities shows that cooperation philosophy has an important influence on technical cooperation, human resource cooperation, sales cooperation and financial cooperation. Second, the results of the relationship between cooperation activities and achievements, technical cooperation, human resource cooperation, and sales cooperation have an important influence on cooperation performance. The meaning of this study is as follows. Analyze empirical tests using the PSBP model from a partnership perspective. We are trying to verify the relationship with SMEs. Therefore, we can suggest a beneficial implication to explain the importance of cooperation activities between SMEs. Also, SME business units have a problem with technical information leakage when they form partnerships, but in order to overcome this problem, we can use cooperative philosophies and avoid negative views.

Discuss on the Advantages, Mode and Countermeasures of Shandong: Korea Sub-region Cooperation

  • Xiao, Dan-Dan
    • The Journal of Business Economics and Environmental Studies
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.21-25
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    • 2011
  • Sub-region cooperation is necessary based on the condition that China-Japan-Korea free trade area has not been established. Shandong has common interests with Koreain economic and trade cooperation and it has been equipped with prominent external environment and industrial advantages in sub-region cooperation. The article discusses the advantages, the specific patterns, the cooperation contents and the matched government measures of sub-region cooperation between Shandong and Korea, with the purpose of modifying the relevant policies launched by government.

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Performance Analysis of Coded Cooperation over Rician Fading Channel (Rician fading 채널에서 협력통신을 위한 coded cooperation의 성능분석)

  • Lee, Jae-Young;Kim, Sung-Il;Im, Hyun-Ho;Heo, Jun
    • The Journal of Korean Institute of Communications and Information Sciences
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    • v.35 no.3A
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    • pp.245-253
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    • 2010
  • In this paper, we derive the performance analysis of the coded cooperation over a Rician fading channel. A new scheme called coded cooperation was suggested by using user cooperation and channel codes simultaneously. In previous works, it was verified that the coded cooperation schemes have better performance than other relay schemes in a Rayleigh fading channel. However, the high speed short range indoor wireless communication system has recently attracted research attention and its channel with very high carrier frequency(60GHz) can be typically modeled as a Rician fading channel. We derive analytical outage probabilities and bit error probabilities of the coded cooperation over the Rician fading channel and prove it to have full diversity order.

Disaster Cooperation Strategies between North and South Korea based on Sendai Framework

  • CHOI, Junho;LEE, Dongkwan;CHOI, Choongik
    • The Journal of Asian Finance, Economics, and Business
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    • v.7 no.6
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    • pp.509-515
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    • 2020
  • TThe cooperation on disaster prevention between the two Koreas has been mostly focused on cooperation at the recovery stage, such as emergency relief supplies and equipment support. This study aims to articulate future practical development plans by analyzing disaster cooperation between North and South Korea in accordance with the changing paradigm of international disaster cooperation. Considering the specificity of inter-Korean cooperation, the Framework for Inter-Korean Disaster Prevention Cooperation was established centering on the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction. The framework consists of understanding and sharing disaster risks, building back better, strengthening community resilience, and supporting regional disaster action plans for continuous action. Inter-Korean disaster prevention cooperation requires sharing information about North Korean disasters. It is necessary to accurately identify and support social vulnerability to North Korean disasters. Above all, it is supporting the development of disaster action plans from a humanitarian perspective needs. A medium-to-long term resilience reinforcement plan that North Korea can resolve on its own is also needed. Since North Korea is also deeply interested in international disaster cooperation, it should be based on the direction of the Sendai Framework. Considering the uniqueness of inter-Korean cooperation, a path for North Korea to actively participate in international disaster cooperation should be established.

A Study on Win-Win Cooperation between Agriculture and Corporations: Focusing on Distribution Cooperation (농업-기업 간 상생협력 구축 전략에 대한 연구: 유통협력형을 중심으로)

  • Park, Seong-Jin;Heo, Seong-Yoon;Choi, Jong-Woo
    • The Journal of Distribution Science
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    • v.14 no.10
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    • pp.137-146
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    • 2016
  • Purpose - Korean agriculture is facing internal and external environmental changes and the need for secure stable outlets. Active participation and mutually beneficial cooperation between enterprises and agricultural is necessary for a win-win situation. This study investigates the case for distribution cooperation and a cooperative system. To respond to the diverse needs of consumers and market reclamation, there is a need to analyze and categorize distribution cooperation. Research design, data, and methodology - A literature study, relevant interviews with enterprises, and meetings with local government practices were conducted. A survey frame was derived through the participation of agricultural enterprises and distribution cooperation models were categorized identifying win-win cooperation and best practices. It was organized on the basis of six best practice examples of distribution cooperation between industry and agricultural sectors, divided into three types: opening distribution channels, exporting cooperation, and developing new products. Results - An innovation management system that can adapt to environmental changes and problems of agriculture is necessary. A company has to supply high-quality agricultural products reliably to meet the preferences of consumers by introducing products that promote domestic market differentiation. In addition, consumers are choosing a variety of products that may include not only high quality products but also local products and safe products. The main areas of cooperation are the direct provision of agrifood raw materials to consumers. Next, would be to help agricultural sectors distribute and pioneer international markets. The ideal step for distribution cooperation is the joint investment in new products by business and agriculture. Conclusions - Agriculture and win-win cooperation with enterprises is in an early stage of social contribution. To implement a distribution cooperation model between business and agricultural sectors, it is crucial to establish a structured support system including joint councils. Additional requirements include strengthening agricultural capacities, creating a legal basis for provision, and producing a win-win cooperation environment. The promotion of win-win cooperation and agricultural enterprises needs to exist in various forms in order to establish a different type of incentive system.

Effect Analysis of the Inter-Organizational Cooperation on the Achievement level of Jointed Goal and Its Simulation Model (조직간 협력의 조건이 공동목표 달성에 미치는 영향 분석과 시뮬레이션 모델에 관한 연구)

  • 최남희
    • Korean System Dynamics Review
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.93-112
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    • 2001
  • Inter-Organizational Cooperation is the most common and important strategy in modern public and privet sectors managerial activities. In this paper the concepts of inter-organizational cooperation means not selfish cooperation as in the game circumstance and theory, but general collaborative action between organizations, they have share same goal. The achievement level of jointed-goal of inter-organization is depended upon the performance of cooperation, which resulted from the conditions and circumstances of cooperation. This paper analyses the effect of inter-organizational cooperation on achievement level of the jointed goal between two organizations with computer simulation model of the system dynamics approach. In the computer simulation model, three factors, goal perception, communication, and control, are considered as a key conditions of cooperation, which impact on the performance of cooperation. Simulation model was constructed with focus on the dynamic interactions between these three factors and the achievement level of jointed-goal. Consequently, the results found in this paper may provide further grounds for reducing the time delay that included in the conditions of cooperation.

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A Study on the Factors Influencing the Satisfaction of Online Service System on the International Research Cooperation

  • Noh, Younghee;Chang, Rosa
    • International Journal of Knowledge Content Development & Technology
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    • v.10 no.2
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    • pp.71-90
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    • 2020
  • Recently, as the pandemic COVID-19 has been spread worldwide, international research cooperation has come to the fore to overcome the crisis and develop treatments. Currently, in Korea, with the support from the Ministry of Education and the Korea Research Foundation, the International Research Cooperation Information Center operates an online service system for international research cooperation as a venue for sharing results among international research cooperation researchers and invigorating such research. However, since Korea's performance in international research cooperation is still poor, actively pursuing measures to improve professionalism and diversity based on international cooperation is deemed necessary. Therefore, in this study, factors influencing the level of satisfaction with international research cooperation online service systems were identified, and measures to increase the satisfaction of international research cooperation online service were proposed based on the analysis results. Design of the system quality factors, accuracy and consistency of the information quality factors, and professionalism of the service quality factors were verified to have a significant effect on the satisfaction with international research cooperation online service systems. Accordingly, further strengthening the aspects of design, accuracy, consistency, and professionalism was proposed as a way to increase the satisfaction of international research cooperation online service systems.

An Evaluation of the Public Library Cooperation System: A Library Survey (공공도서관 협력망에 대한 평가)

  • 이용남;곽철완;김태승;남태우;이용훈
    • Journal of the Korean BIBLIA Society for library and Information Science
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.127-154
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of this study is to evaluate current library cooperation system and to identify what fields should be cooperated with other libraries. A survey and group interviews are used for research method. The results show that only under 30% of respondents estimated the success of library cooperation system. The system needs to be changed. Online catalog and DB are evaluated as important fields, while the shared/cooperation acquisition is evaluated as less important field in current cooperation system. Also, education cooperation, the cooperation of education and culture programs, and advertisement cooperation are more necessary. The shared/cooperation acquisition is less necessary in library cooperation filed. The membership libraries of cooperation systems and library location are affected to responses as a factor. This study proposes two library cooperation systems: upload library cooperation system and download library cooperation system.

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