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The relationship between Customized SMEs R&D Support and Job Creation

융합경영연구 / The Journal of Economics, Marketing and Management, (E)2288-7709
2018, v.6 no.1, pp.17-24
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.20482/jemm.2018.6.1.17.
Bae, Sang-Jin (SMB Knowledge Support Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information)
Ko, Chang-Ryong (Department of Economics, College of Economics and Business Administration, Hannam University)
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Abstract

Purpose - Major countries in the world continue to grow up without employment by the economy opening, more investment in foreign countries and technical innovation. Nevertheless, SMEs have job creation continuously. As this result, support for SMEs that is the source of job creation has increased attention. However, previous research between SMEs and job-creating is limited to the job creation effect of comparing with large companies, and R&D investment effect including government support. Also, many research provides the different result of correlation with technology innovation and job creation. Therefore, previous research has insufficient to explain job creation by which in the technology commercialization stage and the job-specific workforce. Research design, data, and Methodology - This study investigated the impact of customized R&D support upon job creation by using questionnaires of SMEs R&D service of K-Institution from 2009 to 2013. In detail, we analyzed the relationship between the technology commercialization stage and the usefulness of customized R&D support. Also, we added the analyzed the relationship between the usefulness of customized R&D support and the job-specific workforce. Results - Research result, Job creation had a significant relation to the usefulness of customized R&D support in product design stage and mass production stage. Also, R&D worker and production worker correlated with the usefulness of customized R&D support. These results indicate the importance of hiring R&D workers and production workers at the higher technology readiness. Conclusions -Therefore, this study suggests some implications for the government's SMEs support policy and the solve employment problems such as youth unemployment.

keywords
SMEs, Job Creation, Customized R&D Support, R&D Service, Technology Commercialization

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