Authors:Hsuan-I Liu, Bi-Chun Chang, and Kuan-Chia Chen
of Taiwan's international scientific collaboration, this study examines several benchmarking countries or organizations. These include China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, USA and EU-27. This study selects countries based on geographic adjacency or R
Program (National Research Foundation of Korea; NRF-2010-330-B00232). Also, the first author acknowledges that a brief summary of current research (Lee and Park 2011 ) is under review of International Higher Education published by The Boston College
Authors:Aashish Mehta, Patrick Herron, Yasuyuki Motoyama, Richard Appelbaum, and Timothy Lenoir
Chinese institutional affiliation. Internationally collaborative papers will therefore be credited to more than one country. A paper is East Asian if it involves at least one author from China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore or Taiwan. An East Asian paper
Authors:Dong Geun Choi, Heesang Lee, and Tae-kyung Sung
broadband mobile services: The case of South Korea ” (Yoo et al.
Average citation per year was attained from the WoS citation report, which represents the collective impact of papers published in given year blocks. This index is calculated
Summary Composite science and technology (S&T) indices are essential to overall understanding and evaluation of national S&T status, and to formulation of S&T policy. However, only a few studies on making these indices have been conducted so far since a number of complications and uncertainties are involved in the work. Therefore, this study proposes a new approach to employ fuzzy set theory and to make composite S&T indices, and applies it. The approach appears to successfully integrate various S&T indicators into three indices: R&D input, R&D output, and economic output. We also compare Korea’s S&T indices with those of five developed countries (France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States) to obtain some implications of the results for Korea’s S&T.
Authors:Robert K. Abercrombie, Akaninyene W. Udoeyop, and Bob G. Schlicher
respect to different countries over time. For example, the United States, China, South Korea and Japan exhibit patent spurts indicative of both positive and negative (±) correlations.
Number of patents per
Authors:Peng Hui Lv, Gui-Fang Wang, Yong Wan, Jia Liu, Qing Liu, and Fei-cheng Ma
Countries of patents
Top countries in graphene patents applications were shown in Fig. 17 , which mostly distributed in US and Asia region such as Japan, South Korea and China. These countries covered 87% of patents in past ten years