is a multidisciplinary journal that shares high-quality, empirical and practical knowledge on science, technology and innovation (STI) policy in order to further a robust global community of STI policy researchers, policy makers and practitioners. The primary focus of the journal is on STI policy issues in East Asian countries, but the journal also welcomes all papers that have direct and indirect policy implications for East Asian countries. By facilitating exchanges of empirical analyses and discussions on STI policy issues, the journal aims to promote mutual understanding as well as cross-cultural and cross-national learning that contributes to global STI-based development.

June 2017 
ISSN: 2093-3053
Founded: 2010
Vol.8 No.1
The Impact of R&D on the Singaporean Economy by Yuen-Ping Ho & Poh-Kam Wong
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Entrepreneurial Universities ? Towards a Revised Paradigm by Dirk Meissner
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Who Speaks for Innovations?: An Analysis of the Media Exposure of R&D Outputs by Seongkyoon Jeong & Sukmin Cho
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Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Regime and Innovation in a Developing Country Context: Evidence from the 1986 IPR Reform in Korea by Seokbeom Kwon & Seokkyun Woo
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Review for Innovation and Patent System in the Pharmaceutical Sector by Mari Minn
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Technological Achievements and Economic Development: The Significance of Technological Achievement Gap in Selected East and South Asian Countries by Tariq Mahmood Ali
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1. Platform Business and Network Strategy
2. Standardization Roadmapping: Cases of ICT Systems Standards
3. Approaches for Developing National STI Strategies
4. Striving Towards a Holistic Innovation Policy in European Countries - But Linearity Still Prevails!
5. Evolution of Korean STI Policies
6. Impact Analysis of Intellectual Property
7. Korean Innovation Model, Revisited
8. Inclusive Growth and Innovation: A Dynamic Simultaneous Equations Model on a Panel of Countries
9. Entrepreneurial Universities for Science and Technology: Cases of KAIST and POSTECH
10. The Rise of Korean Innovation Policy for Social Problem-Solving: A Policy Niche for Transition?