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Formulating Blue Ocean Strategy to Revitalize a Regional Industry : A Case of Rafting Industry in Korea (지역산업 발전을 위한 블루오션전략 수립 : 래프팅산업에의 적용 사례)

  • Park, Kyung-Min
    • Korean Management Science Review
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.7-20
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    • 2009
  • The framework of "blue ocean strategy (Kim and Mauborgne, 2005)" applies to not only business firm level but also region or regional industry level. The paper suggests an approach of survey-based blue ocean strategy formulation. The result from survey on customer group and non-customer group gives information on positions of value curves for regions on strategy canvas and hints on how to reposition the focal region's value curve for both increases in value for customers and decreases in cost for local government, i.e., value innovation. In the context of rafting industry in Korea, this study shows the process how blue ocean strategy can be formulated with results from the survey on customers and business people in rafting industry. Relative positions of value curves on strategy canvas and importance scores for strategy elements provides the local government in region A with implications on which elements to raise or to reduce to create "blue ocean" in rafting industry under fierce inter-region competition.

The Economic Impacts of CCS Marine Geological Storage Demonstration Project on the National Economy using Input-output Analysis (이산화탄소 해양지중저장사업의 경제적 파급효과 분석)

  • Lee, Joo Suk;Choi, Eun Chul
    • Ocean and Polar Research
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    • v.38 no.1
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    • pp.71-79
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    • 2016
  • In this study, we attempt to examine the economic impacts of the CCS marine geological storage demonstration project in Korea using Input-Output analysis utilizing the inter-industry relation table issued in 2013. In particular, this study defines the $CO_2$ ocean storage industry and then added the inter-industry relation table and treated the $CO_2$ ocean storage industry as exogenous. In addition, this study assumed two scenarios based on the means of $CO_2$ transport, which are pipe and ship. After defining the industry and scenarios, this study investigates the production-inducing effect, value added inducing effect, and employment-inducing effect of the industries associated with the $CO_2$ ocean storage industry based on a demand-driven model. The results pertaining to the scenarios are estimated as follows: total production-inducing effects, value added inducing effects, and employment-inducing effects are calculated as 1.9044 won, 1.2487 won and 16.7224 people/billion won, respectively. In addition, compared to other industries, the indirect economic impacts of the $CO_2$ ocean storage industry are ranked high: the rankings of production-inducing effects, value added inducing effects, and employment-inducing effects are fourth, second, and fifth, respectively.

Strategy for Growth of Ocean Industries through Holding the Busan Ocean Industry Expo (부산시 해양산업 육성을 위한 '해양산업박람회' 개최방안 구상)

  • Kim, Sang-Goo;Woo, Yang-Ho;Jung, Moon-Soo
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.115-123
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    • 2010
  • The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of Busan Ocean Industry Expo on ocean related industries and Busan regional economy. The study analyzed the effects of the various projects related to Busan Ocean Industry Expo and answered the question of how to link the effects to development of ocean related industries as well as the economic activation of Busan area. To attain this goal, first of all, this study attempted to analyze status of ocean related industries, characteristics of existing exposition and opinion of enterprises. To maximize the above positive effects of Busan Ocean Industry Expo, several strategic alternatives were suggested.

Long-term Outlook and Implications of the Marine Biotechnology Market in Korea and Abroad (국내외 해양생명공학 산업시장의 장기예측 및 함의)

  • Jang, Duckhee;Kang, Gilmo;Chae, Gi-Young;Kim, Soo-Ji;Jo, Min-Ju;Cha, Jeong-Mi;Ham, Hyun-Kyung
    • Ocean and Polar Research
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    • v.35 no.2
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    • pp.93-105
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    • 2013
  • The marine biotechnology industry is very significant as compared to other industries as one of the driving forces for economic growth in the next generation in Korea. However, the marine biotechnology market has been considered as a component of the biotechnology industry market which made difficult for creating separate research areas in relation to the scope of the relevant industry market as well as making it difficult to establish its own R&D policy strategies. Accordingly, this study was executed to estimate the future long-term market value of the marine biotechnology within the limit of industrial field and to verify the importance of national R&D investment in marine biotechnology on the basis of estimations within the industrial perspective. To this end, we classified the marine biotechnology industry into the four sub-sectors and estimated the domestic and global industrial market in 2010 and 2024. According to the results, the domestic and global market of the marine biotechnology industry will see a remarkable growth by 2024. In particular, the bio-energy, pharmaceutical and functional foods industry markets will achieve astonishing advances. On the basis of the analysis results, Korea has to establish more progressive and aggressive R&D investment strategies to strengthen national competitiveness through the marine biotechnology industry.

An Exploration of Direction for Human Resource Development in Marine industry (해양산업 인적자원개발 방향 탐색)

  • LYU, Mi-Hyun;WON, Hyo-Heon;HONG, Jeong-Whan
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.28 no.6
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    • pp.1801-1811
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this research is to grasp the present state of marine lifelong education and to provide direction for maritime industry. In this research, we first saw our country present ocean industry and the ocean lifelong education concept and definition besides formal school education to secure ocean human capital. Second, we researched about the ocean lifelong education that has been progressing by the organization, and by this, we inferred what to improve from our country ocean lifelong education. As a result, the improvement point for present ocean lifelong education of our country was first, the reflect of variety of marine related information in our country lifelong education is low, second, the learners were mostly children and teenagers, third, most of the were event education. Forth, it is good that there are a lot of experimenting programs, but most of them were experiment of ocean leisure sports and visiting the facilities, and because these are one-time thing so it was hard to secure marine citizenship or help them set their career in marine. Fifth, all facilities had similar contents for the experimenting program, and sixth, education period was concentrated on May and November.

Analysis of Biotechnology Companies' Needs Related to Supporting Their Entry into the Marine Biotechnology Industry (바이오 기업의 해양바이오 분야 진입을 위한 기업수요 분석)

  • Jang, Duckhee;Kang, Yerin;Oh, Chulhong;Doh, Soogwan
    • Ocean and Polar Research
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    • v.39 no.3
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    • pp.233-244
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    • 2017
  • This study seeks to analyze the needs of biotechnology companies in relation to their entry into the marine biotechnology industry and to discuss the policy implications associated with empirical tasks based on issues raised from empirical results gathered from a survey data of 200 biotechnology companies in Korea. This study made a comparison between marine and non-marine biotechnology companies and analyzed non-marine biotechnology companies' needs related to their entry into the marine biotechnology companies by using Social Network Analysis (SNA). Empirical results indicate that 23.5% of biotechnology companies produce goods using marine bio-resources. Once the utility of marine bio-resources is established, 58.8% of non-marine biotechnology companies intend to enter the marine biotechnology industry. This study also shows that non-marine biotechnology companies need technical support, information sharing, and the acquisition of raw materials to enter the marine biotechnology industry. The findings in this study provide important pointers for the direction of policies and future research in the area of marine biotechnology industry.

A Study on Systematic Standard Classification of Fishery and Ocean Occupation by KSCO (한국표준직업분류에 의한 수해양산업의 종합적 직업분류에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Sam-Gon;Park, Jong-Un
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.341-363
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    • 2006
  • All industries must be cope with fast technological progress along with the economic changes experience. However, a fishery and ocean industry are something yet to study base data for HRD and classifying occupation. Therefore, this study points to major problems which related useful data of information on the fishery and ocean industry. The purpose of this study is to classify fishery and ocean occupations by KSCO. The study is carried out though review of the literature, field investigation, direct interview and an experts' meeting of 5 field majors. A proposed classification of fishery and ocean occupations is modified on several times by the meeting of experts' group. Finally, a systematic classification of fishery and ocean occupations is as follows. First of all, first rank change from fishing to fishery industry. And the second rank, fishery and ocean occupations were classified into four categories bases on the systematic and comprehensive, as it were production fisheries, fishery products and processing, fishery supplies and infrastructure, fishery services. Each rank of classifying occupation is from two to four steps based on the occupation cluster.

A User-Oriented Interactive Model for the Conceptual Design of Bulk Cargo Ships

  • Lee, Dong-Kon;Lee, Kyung-Ho;Han, Soon-Hung;Lee, Soon-Sub;Lee, Kyu-Yeul;Shin, Soo-Chol;Shin, Dong-Won;Lee, Jong-Chol;Kwon, Sung-Chil
    • Selected Papers of The Society of Naval Architects of Korea
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.129-139
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    • 1994
  • This paper describes a design model for the conceptual design of ships. Existing design models have problems such that their operating mode of batch versions cannot reflect the design procedures in reality. Reliability of the results is low because the performance estimations are based mainly on empirical formulas. To improve the problems of existing design models, a new design model has been developed. The new model consists of an interactive user interface, a database of main engines, a database of particulars of existing ships, and ten modules for performance estimations. To develop such a user-oriented system, the concept of graphical user interface (GUI) is adopted.

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Manufacturing process improvement of offshore plant: Process mining technique and case study

  • Shin, Sung-chul;Kim, Seon Yeob;Noh, Chun-Myoung;Lee, Soon-sup;Lee, Jae-chul
    • Ocean Systems Engineering
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.329-347
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    • 2019
  • The shipbuilding industry is characterized by order production, and various processes are performed simultaneously in the construction of ships. Therefore, effective management of the production process and productivity improvement form important key factors in the industry. For decades, researchers and process managers have attempted to improve processes by using business process analysis (BPA). However, conventional BPA is time-consuming, expensive, and mainly based on subjective results generated by employees, which may not always correspond to the actual conditions. This paper proposes a method to improve the production process of offshore plant modules by analysing the process mining data obtained from the shipbuilding industry. Process mining uses information accumulated from the system-provided event logs to generate a process model and determine the values hidden within the process. The discovered process is visualized as a process model. Subsequently, alternatives are proposed by brainstorming problems (such as bottlenecks or idle time) in the process. The results of this study can aid in productivity improvement (idle time or bottleneck reduction in the production process) in conjunction with a six-sigma technique or ERP system. In future, it is necessary to study the standardization of the module production processes and development of the process monitoring system.