published by smaller countries and by institutions within them (Frame and Carpenter 1979 ; Persson 2010 ). Many small countries like Taiwan are eager to foster international collaboration with advanced countries and expect such a coalition to demonstrate
performing regression analysis based on the number of publications versus year of publication and the number of patents versus year of patent. Additionally, Kung and Lin ( 2003 ) reviewed the number of patents obtained by Taiwan between 1998 and 2002 to study
complete viewpoint, integrating many professional publication types is necessary to clarify the whole picture of research status and characteristics.
Since 2006, the Library Yearbook of ROC ( Taiwan ), published by the National Central Library
Since the late 1980s, the Hsinchu region in Taiwan has been synonymous with dynamic and flourishing high-tech industries and companies. The region hosts a majority of Taiwanese IC and electronic companies, but
Authors:Chiang Kao, Shiang-Tai Liu, and Hwei-Lan Pao
countries, especially developing and developed ones, thus devote considerable efforts to research, with the aim of improving their standards of living.
Taiwan is a newly industrialized country, and its fast and steady economic growth has made it one
educated return scholars on the development of the Taiwanese economic academic community. My results show that a large majority of current faculty tenured by Taiwan's top economic academic institutes has been educated or employed by a foreign university at
This article examines survey responses of researchers engaged in R&D collaboration based in Korean and Taiwanese universities, industry, and government research institutes (GRIs) to understand how and why research
–private interactions by forming high-density R&D clusters, particularly in areas of emerging technologies.
In Taiwan, considerable resources are being devoted to science parks. Hsinchu Science Park (HSP), built in 1980, is one of the most prominent high