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The Influence of Cooperation Elements on the Joint R&D Performance: Focused on IT R&D Project (공동연구성과에 협력요소가 미치는 영향에 관한 연구: IT R&D를 중심으로)

  • Oh, Jin-Hwan;Koo, Hoonyoung
    • The Journal of Society for e-Business Studies
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.23-36
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    • 2018
  • This study analyzed the causal relationship between cooperation elements and the performance of joint R&D and verified the mediating effect of collaborative efforts. Cooperation elements consist of strategic agreement, complementation of resources, trust and absorption capacity, and influence the intention to participate in the joint R&D. The purpose of this study is to identify the effects of the cooperation elements and collaborative efforts on the short-term and long-term performance of the joint R&D. The results are summarized as follows: First, it is verified that strategic agreement, complementation of resources, trust and absorption capacity constitute the second order factor of cooperation elements, which positively affects the joint R&D performance. Second, it is verified that collaborative effort play a role as a mediating factor in the relationship between joint R&D performance and cooperation elements. Specifically, it was confirmed that positive effects on short-term performance of the joint R&D can be increased through cooperative efforts. However, in the case of long-term performance, the effects of collaborative efforts could not be confirmed.

Perceptions Towards Mutual Cooperation Between General Contractors and Specialty Contractors in Korea Construction Industry (국내 건설산업의 원하도급자간 상생협력 인식도에 관한연구)

  • Park, No-Seong;Kim, Han-Soo
    • Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management
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    • v.10 no.5
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    • pp.28-36
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    • 2009
  • Mutual cooperation between general and specialty contractors for win-win business has recently risen as a buzz word in Korea construction industry. For sustainable mutual cooperation, it is critical to achieve a better understanding of the extent to which general and specialty contractors share critical factors of mutual cooperation. The objective of this study is to identify and discuss key characteristics of perceptions towards mutual cooperation between general and specialty contractors. Key factors for mutual cooperation were identified through a questionnaire survey and statistical tests, and consensus or disagreement as to critical factors of mutual cooperation were identified and discussed.

Gamification for Environment Education based on The Extended Cooperation (확장협력 기반 환경교육 게이미피케이션)

  • Jung, ChanYong
    • Journal of Korea Game Society
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.37-46
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    • 2017
  • Gamifications offer utilities that may have potential to support convergence to become more engaged on their filed. This paper aims to design and implement gamification for the supporting of environment education based on the extended cooperation. We describe game mechanics, the system architecture, and its MDA model, finalizing with a small conclusion. We also discuss the implications of our work for the gamification that support the identified features and activate environment education. The result will be a framework for designing a gamification system that is suited for environment education. Ease, familiarity, relatedness, comfort, and usefulness were confirmed by the opinion polling. Our prototype has updated by reflecting their views and opinions.

Multilateral Nuclear Approaches (MNAs), Factors and Issues Lessons from IAEA Study to Regional Cooperation (다자간 원자력 협력: 요소와 현안)

  • Hwang Yong-Soo
    • Proceedings of the Korean Radioactive Waste Society Conference
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    • 2005.06a
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    • pp.56-66
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    • 2005
  • In response to the increasing emphasis being placed on the importance of international cooperation as part of global efforts to cope with growing non proliferation, and security, concerns in the nuclear field, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Mohamed ElBaradei, appointed an international group of experts to consider possible multilateral approaches to the nuclear fuel cycle. The mandate of the Expert Group was three fold: ${\bullet}$ To identify and provide an analysis of issues and options relevant to multilateral approaches to the front and back ends of the nuclear fuel cycle; ${\bullet}$ To provide an overview of the policy, legal, security, economic, institutional and technological incentives and disincentives for cooperation in multilateral arrangements for the front and back ends of the nuclear fuel cycle; and ${\bullet}$ To provide a brief review of the historical and current experiences and analyses relating to multilateral fuel cycle arrangements relevant to the work of the Expert Group. The overall purpose was to assess MNAs in the framework of a double objective: strengthening the international nuclear non proliferation regime and making the peaceful uses of nuclear energy more economical and attractive. The Group identifies options for MNAs - options in terms of policy, institutional and legal factors - for those parts of the nuclear fuel cycle of greatest sensitivity from the point of view of proliferation risk. It also reflects the Groups deliberations on the corresponding benefits and disadvantages (pros and cons) of the various options and approaches. Although the Expert Group was able to agree to forward the resulting report to the Director General, it is important to note that the report does not reflect agreement by all of the experts on any of the options, nor a consensus assessment of their respective value. It is intended only to present options for MNAs, and to reflect on the range of considerations which could impact on the desirability and feasibility of those options.

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