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Technology Infrastructure : Its Importance and Policy Implications (기술하부구조 : 중요성과 정책적 함의)

  • 석영철;김윤경
    • Journal of Korea Technology Innovation Society
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    • v.1 no.1
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    • pp.9-22
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    • 1998
  • With the advent of new order of international competition, the technology Policy of Korea has been changed from vertical one which focuses on specific technologies or selective industries to a horizontal one which supports R&D activities on a neutral basis. TIP(Technology Infrastructure Policy) is WTO free in the sense that it is Indirect method of supporting technology development and properly defined as a part of government role by OECD. Technology infrastructure is embodied in human capital, and includes also elements of physical capital and knowledge. Hence it is more differentiated than, and distinguished from conventional infrastructure. It implies a need for carefully designed strategy with the recognition of those differences. As a fundamental element of innovation and technological development, technology infrastructure should become the main focus of industrial technology Policy.

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실물옵션기법을 적용한 주파수관리정책에 관한 연구 - 휴대인터넷 관련 2.3GHz 대역을 중심으로 -

  • Lee, Jeong-Dong;Kim, Min-Jeong;Jeong, Jong-Uk
    • Proceedings of the Technology Innovation Conference
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    • pp.108-131
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    • 2004
  • Having the characteristics of public goods, Radio Spectrum had been controlled by Government Authorities. In the past, technological side of spectrum, such as cross protection, was the main concern, but as the telecommunication industry is developing gradually, economic side of spectrum is becoming an important part. To uplift the Economic efficiency of spectrum management policy, clarifying the basic value of spectrum is one of the most important things. Also, both government authorities and spectrum licensees will have to choose license or investment under uncertainties such as license timing, time to market, technology standard, and so on. Considering all things, this paper gives the value to the spectrum by real options theory, which is a powerful method concerning uncertainty, especially for government, And we applied it to a specific spectrum band for the portable Internet in Korea. These results can provide information about the technological standard, optimal market-entry time as well as the value of spectrum for the portable Internet.

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Study on Development of Crafts Cultural Industry - Central Region of South Korea Craft Industrial as center - (공예문화산업의 발전방안 연구 - 중부권 공예문화산업 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Sung-Min
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.5
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    • pp.385-390
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    • 2016
  • Cultural industry consists of a national own value and life style known as the cultural characteristics, and it has decorative and practical features so it covers necessaries and items of personal preference that the public use. Craft Culture Industry means the craft industry where goods with cultural features of traditional art are made based on specific region and surroundings, which is a series of process in which inherent traditional and cultural elements are produced, representing cultural industry. With the review on issues and solutions in each section of Craft Culture Industry, it would help solve the problem when developing Craft Culture Industry. This study examines the popularity and status of the craft cultural products and figures out the current situation of the domestic cultural industry and the development plan.

Analysis of Industry-dependent Employment Change Factors in Rural Areas: Targeting 5 Counties in Chungnam (농촌지역 산업별 고용변화요인 분석 - 충남 5개 군을 대상으로 -)

  • Kim, Jung Tae
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.19 no.1
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    • pp.123-135
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this study is to investigate industry-wise employment growth factors in rural areas. Regional economic vitalization is sensitive to internal and external interaction changes among various industrial and occupational sectors. Thus, rural regional economic vitalization requires a comprehensive approach in analyzing industry-dependent employment structures and growth factors in rural areas. However, research conducted thus far has mostly focused on agriculture and farmers. Considering the evidence that rural communities continue to be stagnant and 80% of the rural population is engaged in nonagricultural activities, it becomes necessary to review industry-specific employment change factors in rural areas. This study targeted 5 counties in Chungnam. The results revealed that agriculture, forestry, and fisheries occupied the foremost positions with regard to population employed and regional GRDP share. The influence of national growth on employment and business variation effects was as high as 98.1% and 78.6%, respectively, thus demonstrating the high likelihood of rural economy to be influenced by external factors. Growth in the public sector appeared to support employment structure. Moreover, wholesale and retail businesses, constituting 14.4% of employment in rural areas, showed a strong trend toward degeneration, to the extent that difficulties have been forecasted for the supply of goods and services essential for basic livelihood of the rural residents. The implications based on the above observations need to be considered for policy-making to ensure that industrial structure is modified on the basis of internal demand of the region, and support for small businesses is integrated in rural area development projects.