Byungheon Lee
Kwangwoon University
Empirical researchOpinion leadershipBusinessOpen innovationGovernmentContent analysisPolitical scienceSurvey data collectionManagement systemNewspaperPerspective (graphical)DynamismContext (language use)Knowledge SearchFinancial performancePublic administrationCorporate governanceIndustrial organizationSample (statistics)LegitimacySmall and medium-sized enterprisesKnowledge managementSustainabilityEconomic systemTypology
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#1Taewan KimH-Index: 1
#2Sang M. LeeH-Index: 59
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While firms’ search for new knowledge has been investigated mostly for large enterprises, there is a lack of empirical research to examine knowledge search strategy by small and medium enterprises (SMEs). This study seeks to fill this gap in the innovation literature by examining differences in knowledge search strategy by SMEs. Drawing on a survey data obtained from 3,175 SMEs, we used cluster analysis to identify groups of SMEs that pursue homogenous knowledge search strategy. The study result...
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#2Byungku LeeH-Index: 4
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While open innovation has gained much attention, few studies have examined this perspective in the context of small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The motivation of this study is to fill this gap by examining SMEs' strategic approaches toward inbound open innovation and in-house R&D. Drawing on a sample of 3,175 SMEs in South Korea, we used cluster analysis to identify groups of SMEs pursuing homogenous innovation strategies. We also examined the effect of SMEs' innovation strategies on financia...
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#1Hyun-Dae Cho (Science and Technology Policy Institute)H-Index: 3
#2Byungheon Lee (Kwangwoon University)H-Index: 1
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This article examines the institutional legitimacy of public Research and Technology Organisations (RTOs) in South Korea (Korea hereafter), a catching-up economy. It reports the results of content analysis carried out on 200 articles, columns and interviews appearing in major Korean newspapers from February 1998 to October 2008 to assess the degree of institutional legitimacy that Korean RTOs enjoy. The results indicate that these RTOs have not achieved sufficient institutional legitimacy to mai...
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