scientific publication from China alone has put the country in the second place (after the United States) in terms of global share in scientific output. Korea and India have also increased their gross domestic expenditure on research and development, and have
Authors:Qiuju Zhou, Ronald Rousseau, Liying Yang, Ting Yue, and Guoliang Yang
, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States. The publications in 2009 of each country were counted and grouped into
dimensions. For that reason, we used a fourteen-year span of publication data from the Korean Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) and interlocked the publication data with project data. Bridging between universities and industry, KIMM has played a
countries of authorship—the United States and China. Among other top ten author countries, the United Kingdom, South Korea, and Spain each had relatively high proportions of articles reporting funding sources. Germany (the world's third largest publisher of
Authors:Sungchul Choi, Janghyeok Yoon, Kwangsoo Kim, Jae Yeol Lee, and Cheol-Han Kim
. Lee and Jeong ( 2008 ) showed a strategic diagram for the robot technology domain form the Korean National R&D Project metadata in 2001. They formulated a strategic diagram developed from co-word analysis. Lee et al. ( 2008 ) suggested an approach to
Authors:Mauricio Uriona-Maldonado, Raimundo N. M. dos Santos, and Gregorio Varvakis
contexts (Sharif 2006 ; OECD 1997 ).
On the academic side, as a sample of the recent studies using the IS approach we can site Lee and Yoo ( 2007 ), whom have analyzed the National Innovation Systems of France and South Korea; Edgington ( 2008
, Greece, Portugal, Finland, Belgium, Luxemburg, Denmark, Ireland, Spain, Austria, Norway, and Iceland. Additionally we took into account the following countries from outside Europe: Korea, Japan, Canada, and the US.
) also compared overall S&T publications output of India, China and South Korea across twenty broad subjects as defined by Scopus bibliographical database in terms of selected indicators.
The objectives of the