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Factors that Influence the Sharing Intention of Vehicle and Sharing Behavior in China (중국에서의 자동차 공유의도 요인과 공유 행동에 관한 연구)

  • Zhang, Ji-Yun;Lee, Sang-Joon;Choi, Eun-Bok
    • Journal of Convergence for Information Technology
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    • v.7 no.4
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    • pp.195-203
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    • 2017
  • Sharing economy which is sharing and borrowing goods, space, and services as a social and economic activity based on the Internet and smart phones is a new research topic in convergence area. The most representative areas of shared economy are space sharing and vehicle sharing. This paper aims to explore the factors affecting sharing intention of vehicle. We have identified the independent variables which include economic benefit, social benefit, social influence, psychological benefit and perceived risk. We also have done how these variables affect on sharing intention. Unlike Korea, in China vehicle sharing is legally allowed and has a large scale economy. To prove the hypothesis, we performed questionnaire investigation in China and analyzed with SPSS program. The result of hypothesis is the followings: The economic benefit, psychological benefit, social influence and perceived risk are affects sharing intention, and social benefit is not affect sharing intention and sharing intention is affect sharing behavior.

Value-Sharing in Purchasing and Supply Chain: Microfoundations for CSV (공급 네트워크에서의 공유가치 창출(CSV))

  • Kim, Gyeong Mook
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.15 no.3
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    • pp.189-208
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    • 2014
  • In spite of its popularity among practitioner and academic audiences, few existing studies go into any detail in examining the mechanisms of creating shared value (CSV), especially as applicable to the context of everyday operations. Nor do they provide recommendations to practitioners with regard to facilitating CSV concept. In response to this problem, I introduce benefit-sharing practice which I argue provides a solid route to the concept of CSV. Based on observations from the case study, 10 networks' benefit-sharing practices are analyzed and its featured characteristics are extracted accordingly. Findings demonstrate that such benefit-sharing models as 'Green-Development', 'Protection of the Environment', and 'Accreditation for Food Safety Management' can solve critical societal challenges while simultaneously driving greater profitability for both buyers and suppliers. The findings also suggest that benefit-sharing is a good vehicle of the realization of the CSV concept. I conclude by assessing how the findings add to the existing debate around collaborative supply-relationship and shared value. I suggest that benefit-sharing can contribute positively to the feasibility of CSV concept and, thereby, counter the assertion that CSV is the only immature-concept that lacks clear criteria of demarcation and cases for businesses to follow.

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A Study on Application State of the Benefit Sharing in Domestic Construction Industry (국내 건설산업의 성과공유제 적용현황에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Yong-Gul;Lee, Hak-Ki
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute Of Construction Engineering and Management
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    • pp.243-246
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    • 2007
  • Traditionally, a domestic construction industry has recognized the relationship between a primary contractor and a subcontractor as a subordinated trade connection. To improve this unfair connection, the primary contractor and subcontractor's relationship must be recognized as Co-Development, and a new construction circumstances are needed, too. To apply benefit sharing to this relationship for Mutual Corporation, this needs the application method which could be reflected the specific aspects such as construction production method and production organization. Therefore, this study is aimed for the suggesting of basic data for Benefit Sharing application in the domestic construction industry by researching the problems and Benefit Sharing application States.

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A Cross-Comparative Study of Benefit Sharing: Korea and Japan (한국과 일본 자동차 업체의 혁신 성과 공유 방식에 대한 비교 연구)

  • Kim, Gyeong Mook
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.17-40
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    • 2011
  • This study examines the differences of enacting models and influential causes of benefit-sharing practices between Korean automobile networks and the Japanese networks. The case study method is chosen for this research because only small numbers of supply networks adopt benefit-sharing practices. I employ semi-structured interviews with managers from four automobile manufacturers and eight of their suppliers in South Korea and Japan. I find that Japanese automobile networks have adopted a higher level of trust-demanding, with a higher level of value-creating models such as supplier development, joint-new-product development. Whereas, the Korean networks have adopted the lower trust demanding, also less profitable models such as supplier's suggestion and buyer's suggestion. In terms of work-related cultural values, I find that Japanese networks emphasized collectivism. Both buyers and suppliers in the Japanese networks are supposed to have common causes. In contrast, Korean networks emphasized individualism. Both buyers and suppliers of Korea generally do not identify that they are common group members with a common cause. I also find that a slight differences of the enacting models and the causes between foreign-owned networks and domestic-owned networks within each country. Foreign-owned networks have adopted lower trust demanding, also less profitable models. The findings demonstrate that the cultural values have a decisive influence on the adoption of benefit sharing models for the networks in Japan, and South Korea.

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Problems of Benefit Sharing Support Policy and its Policy Effectiveness affecting the Firm Performance (성과공유제 지원정책의 문제점 분석 및 기업성과에 미친 효과성 연구)

  • Lee, Hongyeol;Lee, Eun-Ku
    • Journal of Convergence for Information Technology
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    • v.8 no.4
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    • pp.237-245
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to suggest the improvement plan for an effective benefit sharing support policy through empirical analysis on the benefit sharing operation of government as well as the benefit sharing support policy of government affecting firm performance. Therefore, this study analyzed current problems on benefit sharing operation of government as well as performed a survey for 225 participating and cooperation firms regarding firm performance. This study found some improvements such as insufficient diverse incentive measures leading to the difficulty of participating firm's increase and spread, insufficient substantial benefit sharing such a cash allocation between consignment firms, the increase of biz management system model failing to induce innovation of new technology or product, and difficult spread into 2nd, 3rd cooperative firms besides 1st ones, meanwhile, verifying the positive influence of government benefit sharing support policy on both participating and cooperation firms, especially on the performance of cooperation firms. As a further study, it is necessary to increase the objectiveness and accuracy of a research through verification of the interrelationships between firm statue and performance on the basis of more objective and quantitative data such a sales increase or R&D capability of cooperation firms.

Economic Effect Analysis for Bike-Sharing in KOREA - Focus on Goyang and Changwon City - (공공자전거 경제적 효과 분석 - 고양시 및 창원시를 대상으로 -)

  • Kim, Dong-Jun;Jeong, Seong-Yub;Han, Sang-Yong;Shin, Hee-Cheol
    • International Journal of Highway Engineering
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.63-73
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    • 2014
  • PURPOSES : The aim of this study is to analyze economic effect of bike-sharing after its introduction in Korea. METHODS : This study reviews current bike-sharing situations in Korea and other nations. We conduct surveys on bike-sharing system's bike usage patterns and economic benefits in Changwon and Goyang cities where public bikes are the most popular in the nation. Economic benefits are itemized after reviewing relevant previous studies. Then, the survey is implemented using the Contingent Valuation Method (CVM). Then estimated benefit is compared to the cost which is necessary for bike-sharing introduction and operation. RESULTS : Using the average WTP per household, the total economic benefit of bike-sharing is estimated as much as 1.75 billion KRW to 3.75 billion KRW in Goyang and Changwon city. Using estimated benefit, economic effect of bike-sharing are calculated as 0.69 and 1.00, respectively. CONCLUSIONS : The result of this study shows bike-sharing could be useful economic policy in Korea. However, economic effect of bike-sharing differs by city.

Buyer-Supplier Collaboration and Benefit-Sharing Strategy in a Supply Chain (공급망 상생협력 활동과 성과 공유 전략)

  • Yoo, Seung-Ho
    • Journal of the Korean Operations Research and Management Science Society
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    • v.36 no.1
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    • pp.69-84
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    • 2011
  • In this study, based on the principal-agent paradigm, we investigate a joint cost reduction activity in a buyer-supplier supply chain where a buyer motivates its operations department and a supplier to reduce the supply chain's production cost. We construct a benefit-sharing model based on the target cost scheme, a basic philosophy in practice which has not been explored in previous studies. The model also incorporates various supply chain issues such as the cooperation of multiple agents, the opportunity loss, and the degree of strategic relationship between the buyer and the supplier. Based on the analysis of the principal-agent model, we investigate the benefit-sharing rule to control agents' actions, and we also provide important managerial implications into supply chain practices via extensive comparative static analyses.

Cooperation in Water Resources Management for the Mekong River Basin through Benefit Sharing

  • Lee, Seungkyung;Lee, Seungho
    • Proceedings of the Korea Water Resources Association Conference
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    • pp.223-223
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    • 2015
  • This research evaluates cooperation in transboundary rivers with special reference to the Great Mekong Subregion (GMS) program in the Mekong River Basin. The benefit sharing approach has been deployed as a theoretical framework to analyze the extent to which the riparian states have achieved cooperation. The river basin governance led by the Mekong River Commission since 1995 has not adequately performed due to non-participation of upstream countries and the lack of law enforcement mechanism. Since the late 1980s, China has undertaken hydropower development unilaterally, thereby triggering discomfort from the Lower Mekong countries. The GMS program has led China to strengthening economic ties with the downstream countries through hydropower development as investors and developers. The program has also supported the establishment of economic corridors, and removal of physical barriers and has paved the way for cooperation in other sectors, such as the environment, agriculture, tourism and energy. There are challenges for further cooperation, including the development gaps between China and the downstream countries, political tensions and environment impacts of hydropower dams in the river basin. The Mekong River Basin shows the possibility of cooperation through benefit sharing. Sharing benefits accrued from the river and beyond the river between China and the downstream countries have enhanced economic ties, thereby consolidating cooperation each another.

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The Effects of Supply Chain Management on Project Manager's Capability and Sustainable Benefit Sharing in Global Leading Companies (글로벌 리딩 기업의 공급사슬관리가 프로젝트 관리자의 역량과 지속가능 성과공유에 미치는 영향)

  • Park, Jugyeong;Lee, Seol-bin
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.548-560
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    • 2018
  • This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of SCM on PM's capabilities and sustainable benefit sharing in leading global companies. To achieve this, statistical analyses were carried out through an empirical questionnaire survey of 426 PMs in SCM companies. The results showed that SCM commitment, vision and goal sharing have positive effects on PM's capabilities in leading global companies, boosting PM capability. Moreover, sustainable benefit sharing was improved along with SCM trust building, vision and goal sharing in global leading companies, supporting the usefulness of these variables. In contrast, SCM information sharing and trust building did not lead to significant acceleration of PM's capabilities, rejecting these variables. These findings indicate that SCM information sharing or trust building does not really help simple members to accelerate PM's capabilities.

Sharing Innovation's Benefits

  • Oh, Deog-Seong;Phillips, Fred
    • World Technopolis Review
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    • v.4 no.3
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    • pp.126-131
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    • 2015
  • WTR articles to date have addressed raising innovation capacity in lagging regions. We now move to the question of sharing the benefits of specific innovations, noting that one way to do this is to focus on a particular technology as a demonstration project within a capacity-building project. The word "sharing" implies mechanisms that go beyond simple buy-sell transactions. This paper catalogs a number of these mechanisms, which in fact include many well-known technology transfer techniques. The paper focuses in particular on two mechanisms, technology assessment and new institutions, the latter including three Korean institutions. A manager seeking to benefit from the several mechanisms currently must find them in as many different places. We therefore present the possible "roll-up" of sharing mechanisms as an opportunity in social entrepreneurship. We hope the paper will lead to an expanded list of sharing mechanisms, consideration of their feasibility in different regions, and ultimately a one-stop shop for managers seeking to benefit their own and other organizations by the sharing of innovations.