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ISSN : 2233-4165(Print)
ISSN : 2233-5382(Online)
Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business Vol.10 No.2 pp.51-64
DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.13106/ijidb.2019.vol10.no2.51.

A Study on Technology Entrepreneurship Policy Focused on Innovative Growth

Jeong-Keun Yun*,Jae-Chul Kwon**,Sun-Hee Choi***
* First Author, Project Manager, Commercializations Promotion Agency for R&D Outcomes, Korea. E-mail : Tel : +82-2-736-9109, E-mail: jiseong@compa.re.kr
** Second Author, Director, Commercializations Promotion Agency for R&D Outcomes, Korea. Tel : +82-2-736-9835, E-mail : kjc2301@compa.re.kr
*** Third Author, Team Leader, Commercializations Promotion Agency for R&D Outcomes, Korea. Tel : +82-2-2-736-9836, E-mail : shc@compa.re.kr
January 14, 2019. January 31, 2019. February 05, 2019.

Abstract

Purpose - Research on the ability of domestic public institutions to conduct business is being conducted. Research on government support policy for public technology projects, emphasizes technology creation. Public agencies are encouraging evolutionary barriers at the stage of realistic business. This paper presents the policy possibilities by presenting policies and strategies based on corporate public policy.
Research design, data, and methodology – In this study, we surveyed the actual state of public technology commercialization based on the data on state of technology commercialization of public institutions. We collected and analyzed the literature data to enhance the competitiveness of technology commercialization by identifying success cases of public technology commercialization. In Korea, there are not many research papers that provide policy alternatives for technical commercialization of public research institutes. Therefore, in this paper, we review various government policies and check the status of technology commercialization to increase its value.
Results – As a result of this study, it is suggested that various policy development is necessary for the commercialization of public technology, because it is important to increase the value of technology users, suppliers, investors and customers through various network activation. In particular, it is necessary to establish differentiated Korean public technology commercialization model for the proliferation of public technology commercialization by presenting methodical model of technical commercialization.
Conclusions - Through this study, it is important to raise the competitiveness of domestic public technology commercialization, to create economic value, and to improve the performance of technology commercialization. Therefore, it is necessary to contribute to the creation of research achievement, research method of excellent technology, and method of commercializing technology, and to create achievement of technical commercialization in the future. In addition, from the viewpoint of commercialization of technology, strategies for creating value through utilization of public technology should be prepared, and a plan for mutual prosperity among domestic companies should be prepared. Policy alternatives of various public technology commercialization to build national competitiveness have been developed, and various examples of performance for the performance of public technology commercialization should be derived.

JEL Classifications: L10, M10, M30.

혁신성장기반 공공 연구자 중심의 기술창업 활성화 정책연구

윤정근*,권재철**,최선희***

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