Dong-Ho Shin

Dong-Ho Shin
Hannam University · Department of Urban and Real Estate Studies

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Introduction
Dong-Ho Shin currently works at the Department of Public Administration, Hannam University, Korea. Dong-Ho does research in Economic Geography and Urban Planning. His current project is 'Regional Innovation in European and Korean City-Regions'.

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The shift of manufacturing industry from Japan, the first industrializing nation in East Asia, to neighboring South Korea and China saw the emergence of restructuring problems and policies in traditional industries and regional economies depending on them. Based on a literature review on this topic in East Asia, this paper draws three conclusions....
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Shin D.-H. and Hassink R. Cluster life cycles: the case of the shipbuilding industry cluster in South Korea, Regional Studies. Although South Korean academics and policy-makers have applied industrial districts, regional innovation systems and clusters both to study and promote regional economic development, these concepts have little power to expl...
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Regional innovation policies have been popular among policy-makers in Western Europe to promote innovation and economic growth of certain localities since about twenty years. Influenced by the concept of regional innovation systems, there have been arguments in favour of improving the co-ordination of these policies in the 1990s by putting them in...
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After the publication of the competitive advantage of nations by Porter in 1990, the competitiveness of regional concentrations of industries has been often explained by the cluster concept. There are many definitions of clusters, but they mainly boil down to a geographically proximate group of interconnected companies and associated institutions i...
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Tsukuba Research and Science City in Japan was created by strong governmental initiative. It has grown to be a major center of Japanese research and development activities since the early 1960s. This technology and research center, with 13,000 qualified scientists and engineers, however, tends to be criticized as it does not create innovative activ...
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In 1973, the Korean government initiated a plan to establish a major high-technology research complex, called Daeduck Science Park (DSP). The Ministry of Science and Technology (MST) designated 27 square kilometers of land in Taejon, a city of 1.3 million people (1999) for the creation of the park. By 1998, the DSP had grown to host some 60 institu...
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A perennial problem of urban industrial growth is spillovers into adjacent governmental jurisdictions. The resulting intergovernmental conflicts provide a window, as a part of urban governance, into conflict management. This paper focuses on such conflicts and the several ways of resolving them that have been attempted in southeastern Korea, centre...

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