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정책연구 2021 K-Innovation Partnership Program with Indonesia 
과학기술정책연구원 2021-12-30
  • 1. Background

    In the advent of the Fourth Industiral Revolution, Indonesia has been restructuring and strengthening its National Innovation System (NIS). However, since the Indoneisan NIS was set-up decades ago and there are many stakeholders, more concerted efforts have to be made in order to have an effectively working NIS in order to improve Indonesia’s global competitiveness. The latest assessment of Indonesia's condition of science & technology (S&T) development has been formally incorporated into its National Mid-Term Planning 2020-2024. In 2021, the Indonesian government made a big change in its National Innovation System by making BRIN (National Research & Innovation Agency) the mega-integrated national research insitutes which has incorporated various research institutes.

    According to the findings of the situational analysis, there are four significant concerns in the area of S&T development that need to be addressed in Indonesia's NIS:

    • How can the utilization of science and technology as a driver of sustainable economic growth be increased?

    • How can the capability for technology adoption and innovation be increased?

    • How can the innovation ecosystem be developed?

    • How can the effectiveness of the Science, Technology, & Innovation (STI) Fund be increased?

      

    Considering the mentioned problems and development objective of the Indonesian STI system, it is very timely to address the following important questions:

    • How a think tank can promote STI development, what type of STI think tank to establish, and how to operate it?

    • How can good governance among STI related stakeholders be set-up to have an effective and sustainable STI system in Indonesia?

    • How can national research & innovation programs (R&D programs) be effectively planned and managed; what are the structure and mechanisms to do it, including the actors and process of national R&D programs? 

    • What kinds of STI law and regulation are necessary? And which contents have to be inserted? 

    2. 2021 K-Innovation with Indonesia

    The 2021 K-Innovation ODA Program with Indonesia has three objectives. The first objective is to support Indonesian policy-makers and researchers in implementing policy recommendations on the establishment of a new design of an STI think tank in Indonesia, to design an evaluation mechanism for national research programs (PRN), and restructure S&T regulations in Indonesia. The second objective is to increase policy research capacity building through collaboration research between Korean experts and Indonesian researchers & workshops. The fourth objective is to strengthen STI cooperation between Korea and Indonesia as part of Korea’s New Southern Policy.


    The 2021 K-Innovation ODA Program consists of four activities as follows: The kick-off seminar, joint research to produce a policy consulting report, and capacity-building & dissemination workshops (in a webinar format due to COVID-19 restrictions). The first phase is to hold a kick-off seminar between the STEPI team and BRIN (formerly Indonesian Institute of Sciences, LIPI) to discuss the details of activities for 2021 and evaluate last year’s activities. At the kick-off seminar, Korean experts give presentations on Korean practices based on the themes in cooperation with Indonesian experts from BRIN.


    The Korean experts collaborate with Indonesian researchers for joint research on three themes of building a new STI think tank in Indonesia; evaluation mechanism for national research program; and restructuring S&T regulations in Indonesia. Three teams are supervised by Korean experts assigning focal points for Indonesian researchers. The capacity-building program for Indonesian researchers in Korea is an important part of K-Innovation. Regardless of the COVID-19 restrictions hindering flexibility to organize a capacity-building program for Indonesian researchers in Korea, K-Innovation warrants that Korean specialists share Korean methods and exchange ideas on the topics of their responsibility via videoconferencing. The last activity is a dissemination seminar by which the research teams can present and receive feedback on the policy consulting outcomes from the Indonesia’s STI community. In addition to the dissemination seminar, Korean and Indonesian researchers work to publish academic papers based on the outcomes of 2021 K-Innovation.


    3. Outcomes of Policy Consulting

    The 2021 K-Innovation with Indonesia focused on consulting to address three key issues for Indonesia’s National Innovation System (NIS):

    • Building an STI think tank in Indonesia 

    • Designing an evaluation mechanism for national research programs (PRN) 2020-2024

    • Restructuring law and regulations on S&T in Indonesia


    To address the concerns above, the research teams of Korea and Indonesia conducted joint researches with four major activities—such as conceptualization, focused group discussions (FGD), in-depth interviews, and workshops—to disseminate the outcomes of research with the stakeholders from both countries.



    3.1 Policy Recommendations for Building a New Think Tank for Science & Technology Innovation in Indonesia 

    The establishment of a think tank in Indonesia should take into account existing legislation, norms, and institutions in order to achieve feasible STI policy governance. Nonetheless, establishing a new think tank unit focused on STI policy in the global arena would be difficult, and may even conflict with other legislation or agency goals. Indeed, the intent of top management, as well as political will, has a role in the establishment of an STI policy think tank unit. This research suggests four different STI policy think tank units that could be established and built in Indonesia.

    The ideal condition cannot be reached due to the current obstacles in Indonesia. Before one of the options can be implemented, there are important issues that must be addressed. Firstly, there is a need to reform the rigidity to enable a more flexible bureaucracy apparatus. A less flexible system may negatively impact finance, law, and administrative procedures, for instance. Managing funds from both government and other sources requires creating a new form of think tank such as quasi-independent and independent think tanks in Indonesia. Secondly, a favorable coordination system should be structured among state-run agencies. In addition, an STI policy think tank needs coordination with a wide range of stakeholders. Thirdly, Indonesia needs to increase the number and pool of technical human resources in STI policy. The limited number of researchers performing functions in STI policy studies and lack of data on STI also result in a shortage of technical human resources in STI policy. Fourthly, evidence-based policymaking on STI should be strengthened. In most cases, policymaking without evidence tends to lead to trial judgment & errors. Fifthly, it is necessary to develop an enabling environment for promoting innovation. In Indonesia’s case, state-run bodies should have the same frequency for synergy to create an innovation system. The Ministry of Research & Technology (MoRT)/ National Research & Innovation Agency (BRIN) can be the main actor for constructing NIS among the institutions.


    3.2 Policy Recommendations for Management & Evaluation of R&D Programs 

     The new Law No. 11 Year 2019 has mandated the integration of all public R&D institutions in Indonesia under the auspices of the Ministry of Research & Technology/ BRIN to ensure the sustainability of one-way R&D activities in order to increase R&D capacity in national development. Nonetheless, the definition of ‘integration’ under this rule has sparked some debate over how it should be accomplished. The STEPI-LIPI team came up with three key governance solutions for the Research Endowment Fund.

     

    The Research Endowment Fund can be evaluated in two ways. Option 1: The Ministry of Research & Technology/ BRIN can carry out the review process. The Ministry of Research & Technology/ BRIN has the role of ensuring that the different programs and policies enacted may support R&D activities, leading to the fulfillment of national development goals, as an actor in charge of managing R&D matters under the government. The Ministry of Research & Technology/ BRIN has sufficient capacity and capability to undertake evaluations, which are backed up by skilled personnel. This alternative is based on the belief that evaluations conducted by an independent organization other than policy-makers can ensure a more objective evaluation process. This assessment will be used by the Ministry of Research & Technology/ BRIN to plan the next program. In such an instance, the Academy of Indonesian Science (AIPI) may be entrusted with evaluating the research endowment fund's programs and projects. This option would be preferable to the preceding one.


    3.3 Policy Recommendations for the Management & Evaluation System of the National R&D Program

    The Indonesian government has a long- and mid-term R&D policy such as the National Research Master Plan (RIRN) (2017~2045), which is the Master Plan on the national R&D program and National Research Priority (PRN) to be updated every five years. This implies that Indonesia has infrastructure in place for the formation, implementation, and evaluation of an R&D program and a strong political will to implement its R&D policy. Even so, it appears that Indonesia remains at the early stages of implementating national R&D programs, without a clear ex-ante and ex-post evaluation processes. In addition to this research, the investment target for R&D announced by the Indonesian government is not insufficient to sustain R&D programs, while financing sources for implementing R&D programs are not determined. The cooperation mechanism between industry and national research institutes is still ineffective. Due to their shortage of R&D capabilities, industries are not focused on innovation, and some state-owned enterprises in Indonesia are primarily responsible for R&D.

    Policy recommendations for Indonesia include as follows: 1) R&D investment should be increased as long as there are clear indications of R&D funding sources; while programs should be developed to induce the private sector to make R&D investment; and 2) the governance for R&D policy and programs sould be restructured. By doing so, ex-ante and ex-post evaluation and implementation of R&D programs and projects can be efficiently carried out, and cooperation and coordination among research actors (national research institutes & universities) can be effectively facilitated.


    3.4 Laws & Regulations of Science & Technology

    For starters, STI governance and law in Indoneisa is in the process of going through massive changes but there are also difficluties due to the large-scale changes.

    • Law 11-year 2019 is a law with a significant meaning to reorganize Indonesia's science & technology governance.

    • The legislation's primary purpose is to integrate public research institutes under the newly launched National Research & Innovation Agency (BRIN).


    In this background, Korean STI laws were reviewed historically to see the reasons for the development of each law. Especially those laws closely related to the formation of S&T governance were reviwed. Those laws are related to 1) policy/ budget coordination, 2) the governance structure of public research institutes, 3) policy instruments, especially on national R&D programs, and 4) establishment of professional R&D management agencies.

    This study introduced the structure and function of BRIN, which was launched in 2021 and translated its Indonesian name into Korean for the first time.

    • In this process, four functional areas of BRIN were identified, which are as follows: 1) Policy functions related to the planning, budgeting, & evaluation of R&D programs, 2) management of the Research Endowment Fund, 3) balancing the principles of accountability and autonomy for integrated public research institutes, and 4) supervision of BRIN


    The Indonesian government intends to innovate its science & technology system by Law No. 11-year 2019. 

    • The current change in Indonesia can be seen as a situation similar to when Korea reformed its structure of state-funded research institutes in 1999 and enacted the Framework Act on Science & Technology in 2001. 

    • It is recommended to benchamark Korean Acts which are the Science & Technology Promotion Act, the Science & Technology Framework Act, Act on the Establishment, Operation, & Fostering of Government-Funded Research Institutes, and Industrial Technology Promotion Act. 


    4. Conclusion 

    In the advent of the Fourth Industiral Revolution, Indonesia has put its national priority on building STI capacity, aiming to achieve a knowledge-based economy in the mid and long term. The 2021 K-Innovation program contributes to Indonesia’s STI development by providing policy consultation on the national innovation system of Indonesia, which is one of the key partner countries in Korea’s diplomatic policies. Policy suggestions are drafted from K-Innovation’s activities led by Korean experts with Indonesian researchers to improve the STI system in Indonesia. More specifically, Koreans shared insights and policy directions based on Korean and Indonesian practices regarding the STI think tank, STI law and regulation, and management and evaluation system of the national R&D program. STEPI has been supporting LIPI – which became part of BRIN over the last several years through the K-Innovation program. It is believed that the STI cooperation at the institutional level would contribute to strengthening cooperation at a national level as well.


  • STEPI Insight 디지털플랫폼정부 구축을 위한 트러스트서비스제도 확대·개선 방안
    최해옥, 이광호 2022-10-12
  • 국정과제로 디지털플랫폼정부가 추진되므로 데이터 유통기반의 신뢰성확보를 위한 제도 구축이 필요하다. 그동안 역대정부는 글로벌 디지털 플랫폼 경쟁력 확보를 위한 기반조성에 높은 관심을 가졌고, 안전한 데이터 유통을 위한 신뢰성 확보 관련 정책적 수요는 급증하고 있지만 대안은 부족한 실정이다. 우리나라의 신뢰관련 제도는 다양한 층위로 각각 분산되어 있어 관리 및 운영에 어려움이 있다. 국내 트러스트서비스는 부처별, 서비스별로 제각각 발전하고 있는 상황이며, 전자서명법 개정으로 민간인증사업자가 급증하고 있지만 인증서의 수준을 유지·관리하기 위한 제도적 수단은 미비하다. 그동안 다양한 데이터관련 보호 및 보안정책에 있어 실효성 확보에 어려움을 경험한 선진국들은 디지털 경제의 핵심인 데이터 유통 기반의 신뢰성 확보를 통해 소비자들이 안전하게 데이터를 활용할 수 있도록 국가차원에서 신뢰기반의 제도적 인프라를 구축하고 있다. 


    이 연구는 데이터 유통과정의 신뢰성확보를 위한 제도를 선도적으로 도입한 EU, 일본, 미국(제로트러스트)의 사례를 분석하고, 향후 디지털플랫폼정부 구축을 위한 제도적 인프라 구축 방향을 제시하였다. 단계별 절차(설계단계, 실행단계, 검증 및 평가단계, 사후관리단계)를 통해 국외현황을 분석하고, 전주기적 관점에서 국내 트러스트서비스 제도의 확대·개선방안을 제시하였다.


    * 이 연구에서 트러스트서비스란 “사람, 조직, 데이터 등의 정당성을 확인하고 변경이나 송신원의 위조를 방지함으로 유무선 통신환경에서 신뢰성을 높이는 제도“로 정의하고 있다. 


    전주기적 관점에서 트러스트서비스 제도 설계를 위해 단계별 즉, 설계단계, 실행단계, 검증 및 평가 단계, 사후관리의 고려요소와 정책과제를 도출하였다. 트러스트서비스제도 시스템구축을 위한 고려요소와 시사점은 다음과 같다. 


    1. [신규 서비스모델] 공공서비스 부분 비용을 절감할 수 있다.  

    2. [제도적 기반확보] 디지털플랫폼정부 입법 시 다양한 서비스의 명문화가 필요하다.

    3. [거버넌스 체계] 인증기관 관리를 위한 실질적 인정기구의 실행력을 강화해야 한다.

    4. [갈등조정] 갈등조정기구를 설립해야 한다. 

    5. [리스크관리] 트러스트서비스의 보증수준(assurance level) 차등제를 도입해야 한다. 

    6. [전략적 표준화] 국제표준에 맞는 시나리오별 전략을 수립해야 한다.

    7. [시장감시 공동규제] 정부와 민간이 참여하는 “공동규제”가 필요하다.

    8. [통상에서의 활용] 글로벌 경제협력을 위한 신뢰성 확보 수단으로 활용해야 한다.


    단계별 도입방안을 검토하면 다음과 같다. 


    1. 설계단계: 데이터의 라이프단계를 반영한 단계별 지원제도가 필요하다. 

    2. 실행단계: 리스크관리 체계를 구축해야 한다. 

    3. 검증 및 평가 단계: 적합성 체계를 구축해야 한다. 

    4. 사후관리단계: 사후관리체계 구축을 통한 트러스트서비스를 활성화해야 한다.

  • 정책연구 2021 K-Innovation ODA Program with Cambodia
    과학기술정책연구원 2021-12-30
  • The K-Innovation ODA Program aims to strengthen capacity building of each partner country in developing and piloting initiatives to address those partner countries’ involvement in implementing the project, specifically for promoting the project’s goals and visions. The K-Innovation ODA Program’s professional and academic experiences in generating strategies have led the Kingdom of Cambodia (Cambodia) project to establish national strategies and technology roadmaps. 


    This is the 2nd year of the phase 2 project of K-Innovation with Cambodia. The phase 1 project was done from 2018 to 2019 with the title of ‘Policy Consultation on National STI Policy Development and STI System Management for Cambodia's Policymakers’. Through the 1st year of the phase 2 project in 2020, it was recognized that the project created meaningful outcomes despite the COVID-19 restrictions. Based on the experiences and lessons learned from the first year, the project’s second year was effectively conducted utilizing online meetings and supports from local institutions in Cambodia. In addition to the way the project is operated, STEPI and Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology & Innovation (MISTI) of the Royal Government of Cambodia made a service contract to develop the first national technology roadmap of Cambodia. 


    The consultation process for the project had the following activities explained below:

    As in the first year, the whole process of the 2nd phase of the project was conducted online due to the rapid spread of the COVID-19. Since direct face-to-face activities were restricted in both countries, the kick-off meeting, contract signing process & ceremony, and a training workshop were convened online and using e-mail.

     

    The contracts were signed in early October. MISTI selected three local institutions from government organizations and academia based on the STI field. MISTI’s main activities were organizing and operating national TRM committees for 3 selected technologies. Main roles of each committee are as follows: 1) Elaborating and identifying the scope of selected technologies, 2) developing TRM for each selected technology based on the guidelines of STEPI, 3) collecting opinions from interested groups and building a consensus on the developed TRM, and 4) finalizing TRM and submitting the report. MISTI also designated principal institutes and a project manager (PM) for each technology roadmap (TRM) for the contract with STEPI.


    The training workshop was convened in October 2021, and Korean experts reviewed the draft version of the roadmap shared by three local organizations and provided relevant feedback. The roadmap covered three technologies which are agricultural, educational, and healthcare related. The following conference of the workshop took place virtually online in December 2021 for the final version of the roadmap. Those three reports were finalized and submitted in late December after a review of the first draft of those reports with Korean experts. The main outputs of the reports establish a technology development strategy that can be considered a national policy plan for the fostering of the relevant experts and government officials. 


    There were a lot of barriers due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Omicron variant, but we were able to accomplish more than expected. Firstly, three national technology roadmaps of Cambodia were developed. Agricultural, educational, and health technologies were selected as the strategic roadmaps with three more technologies planned to be announced in 2022. Moreover, both Korea and Cambodia have accumulated experience for exploring a ‘more effective and safer’ ODA project specifically in the COVID-19 pandemic era. 


    Finally, overall project efficiency and effectiveness was identified throughout the project process. MSITI and other two institutions planned the budget of each activity and also established technology roadmaps which can serve as a stepping stone for designing, implementing, and monitoring the STI field.


  • 정책연구 인구절벽시대에 대응한 이공계 대학원 지원방향 제언
    이혜선, 엄미정 외2명 2022-07-22
  • 연구목적

    - 기술경쟁력이 경제사회 전반에 미치는 영향이 커지고 있는 반면, 국내 저출산 현상의 지속·심화에 따라 이공계 석·박사 인력의 양성·확보에 관한 국가적 관심 증대

    - 대학원 입학생의 질적 수준 저하와 미충원 문제 등 ‘이공계 대학원 위기’에 대한 우려도 지속 제기되고 있으나, 객관적인 진단 없이 단편적 주장이 대부분

    - 본 연구는 인구절벽시대의 본격 도래에 앞서, 이공계 대학원생의 현황 및 확보·양성 이슈의 객관적 진단을 토대로 한 이공계 대학원 지원방향 제언에 목적


    주요내용

    - 저출산 현상에 따른 학령인구 감소, 교육부 대학정원 동결·감축 기조에도 불구하고, 지난 20년 간 이공계 대학원생은 증가추세

    - 학위과정은 박사과정, 계열은 자연·공학계열에서 이공계 대학원생의 증가추세가 뚜렷하고, 지원자, 입학자, 졸업자 수 등 규모 관련 기타 지표들도 대체로 양호

    - 이공계 대학원의 인적구성 측면에서 여학생과 외국인학생의 규모·비중도 증가추세이며, 특히 박사과정과 자연·공학계열의 증가추세가 뚜렷하고 만 40세 이상 비중 역시 다소 증가

    - 우수연구중심대와 수도권대형사립대의 이공계 대학원생 수는 큰 폭으로 증가한 반면, 거점국립대는 감소하는 등 대학유형별 이공계 대학원생의 확보현황에 차이

    - 초저출산 시대 출생아들의 대학 졸업과 대학원 진학이 본격화되는 2025년 전후로 이공계 대학원의 입학자원 감소추세가 불가피한 가운데, 이공계 대학원생의 규모감소 및 구성변화에 따른 대학원생 확보 어려움 증가로 학업·연구환경 및 신규 인력배출에의 부정적 영향 우려


    정책대안

    - 이공계 대학원생의 전반적인 현황과 변화추이에 관한 분석결과를 토대로, 이공계 대학원생의 규모·구성변화에 대응하기 위한 이공계 대학원의 지원방향을 세 가지로 제언

    - 이공계 대학원생 양성체제의 질적 제고·관리방안 구축, 인적구성 다변화에 대응한 대상별 대학원생 지원 확대를 통한 이공계 대학원의 인력양성 내실화 지원

    - 이공계 대학원의 규모·구성변화에 대응한 대학원 연구체제 전환, 이공계 대학원생의 교육·연구여건 개선을 위한 행정지원 확대, 이공계 대학원의 인력양성 책무성 강화를 통한 이공계 대학연구체제 재편 지원

    - 대학원생 현황을 반영한 이공계 대학원의 역할별·기능별 특성화 지원

  • STEPI Insight 글로벌 디지털 산업 박람회 동향과 미래 산업 시사점: CES, MWC, HM, IFA 리뷰
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  •  본 연구에서는 CES(미국 소비자 가전 박람회), MWC(스페인 바르셀로나 정보통신 전시회), HM(하노버 산업 박람회), IFA(베를린 국제 가전 박람회)의 주요 트렌드를 검토하여 미래 산업의 핵심 테마를 모색하고, 향후 기업과 정부의 대응 방향을 모색하였다. 


     주요 대상에 따라 박람회를 ①최종소비자(B2C(Business to Consumer))를 대상으로 하는 CES와 IFA, ②중간재 기업(B2B(Business to Business))을 대상으로 하는 HM, ③사회 전반의 인프라를 대상으로 하는 MWC로 구분하였다. 

     4개의 박람회에서는 디지털 초융합(트윈), 사회와 산업의 지속가능성을 공통된 트렌드이며, 글로벌 기업과 정부의 최종적인 지향점은 메타버스와 지속가능성의 확대였다.  


     주요 대상에 따른 전시와 비전은 다음과 같다. 

     ㅇ (B2C) 소비자 가전의 범위를 확장하고 첨단 디지털 제품들을 연결하기 위한 초연결시스템과 소비자들이 주체적으로 지속가능성 향상에 참여할 수 있는 제품을 공개 

     ㅇ (B2B) 제조현장에서 첨단 장비를 연결하고 데이터를 확보하고 새로운 사업 모델을 창출하기 위한 디지털 융합 플랫폼과 산업과 사회 전반의 지속가능성 확보를 위한 대안을 제시

     ㅇ (디지털 인프라) 산업과 사회의 디지털 초융합의 핵심인 네트워크 인프라와 이를 활용한 비즈니스 모델과 유즈케이스를 공개하였으며 지속가능성 향상을 위한 솔루션 마련


     본 연구에서 글로벌 디지털 산업 박람회의 트렌드와 아젠다를 검토하여 도출한 시사점은 다음과 같다. 

     ㅇ (시사점1) 메타버스를 기반으로 가상공간의 활용성과 확장성에 대응하여 국내 산업 경쟁력 강화를 위한 촉진 정책과 미래 사회 문제 대응을 위한 제도를 개선

     ㅇ (시사점2) 환경 부문뿐만 아니라 사회적 책임과 조직·거버넌스 구조의 변화에 대한 고민의 결과를 실체화하여 비즈니스 모델을 다양화

     ㅇ (시사점3) 글로벌 기업과 주요국을 중심으로 추진되는 지속가능성 강화에 대응하기 위해 관련 기술 개발 지원 및 보조금 지원을 확대

     ㅇ (시사점4) 지속가능성이 높은 메타버스 기반의 전시공간을 마련하고, 자유로운 네트워킹 활동이 가능한 오프라인 공간을 제공하여 수출 증진을 위한 지원 사업을 변화

  • 연구분야

    국가 경쟁력 강화, 국민의 삶의 질 향상, 국제사회 발전에 기여하는 과학기술정책을 생각합니다.

    연구개발전략
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    연구개발전략 연구 자세히보기

    증거 기반의 과학기술정책 연구를 통한 중장기 R&D 전략
    혁신시스템 관점에서 차세대 과학기술혁신 정책 및 제도 설계
    데이터 기반 과학기술정책 연구 플랫폼 구축

    • R&D혁신연구단
      • 과학기술혁신시스템과 공공연구기관 거버넌스 발전전략
      • 국가연구개발 사업체제, 성과 및 영향 분석
      • 과학기술인력 정책 기획, 성과 및 동향 분석
      • 연구개발사업의 기획·예산배분 시스템 등 관리제도 개혁
      • 연구생산성 결정요인 및 연구자 중심 R&D 제도개선
    • 혁신법제도연구단
      • R&D 정책 설계 및 혁신방안, 정부 R&D 중장기 투자전략
      • R&D 투자영향평가 등 효율성 제고를 위한 제도개선 방안
      • 과학기술·혁신 관련 한국형 혁신시스템 설계 및 개선 방안
      • 정부출연연구기관 혁신방안
      • 기술금융, 기술사업화 등 규제개선 방안

    미래혁신장전략
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    미래혁신전략 연구 자세히보기

    미래 신기술 및 혁신 기반 신산업 정책 연구
    혁신기업의 태동과 성장 촉진을 위한 혁신정책 연구

    • 혁신기업연구단
      • 창업 활성화 및 벤처기업 육성 및 성장 지원
      • 기술 혁신을 통한 중소·중견기업의 활성화
      • 정부 중소중견기업 R&D 지원의 성과 제고
      • 사회적 혁신체제 및 사회문제 해결형 혁신정책
      • 일자리 창출 및 지역혁신
    • 신산업전략연구단
      • 미래 기술·산업·사회 전망과 신성장동력 분야 및 발전전략
      • 제4차 산업혁명 지원을 통한 국가 혁신성장 아젠다
      • IT,BT,농업,서비스 등 기초연구를 통한 미래산업 생태계 조성
      • 신산업융합, 과학기술 인력수급 패러다임 변화가 미치는 영향 분석과 전략
      • 최신 트렌드 산업 기술 분석을 통한 선제적 대응

    글로벌혁신전략
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    글로벌혁신전략 연구 자세히보기

    국제기구 기반 다자협력, 주요 선진경제 대상 양자협력 수행
    개도국 과학기술혁신정책 기반 ODA 사업 추진

    • 과학기술외교정책연구단
      • 국제사회 발전에 기여하는 과학기술 협력정책 수립 및 확산
      • 글로벌 협력이슈 해결 및 정부 국제협력 정책 지원
      • 국제사회 과학기술혁신(STI) 전략개발 및 기획
      • 우리나라 과학기술 국제화 정책 분석 및 평가
      • 정책연구 성과와 ODA사업의 연계 및 지원
    • SDGs혁신연구단
      • 수원국의 니즈에 따른 역량강화를 위한 기술협력 사업
      • 현지 자원을 활용한 사업기회 발굴 및 비즈니스화 협력
      • 개발도상국 대상 장·단기 교육훈련 프로그램 개발 및 운영
      • 협력국가의 기초자료 분석 및 협력사업 사후 모니터링
      • 과학기술혁신(STI) ODA 전략을 통한 글로벌 정책수립 및 대표 플랫폼 구축