February 21, 2012
Using Competition Policy to Promote "Shared Growth" in Korea
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Seonghoon Jeon (Sogang University - Economics) has an interesting article on Using Competition Policy to Promote "Shared Growth" in Korea.
ABSTRACT: "Shared Growth," a principle that both large and small companies should grow together, is among the top priorities on the political agenda of all Korean parties. There are many policy instruments to promote shared or mutual growth of large companies and small-medium enterprises ("SMEs"), but the Korea Fair Trade Commission ("KFTC") has played a pivotal role.
In this column, I would like to address the issue of using competition policies to promote shared growth in Korea, with an emphasis on innovation. Even though the recent drive of shared growth by KFTC covers issues larger than innovation, a main focus is to encourage cooperation in research and development ("R&D") between large companies and small-medium enterprises.
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