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As the global challenges such as climate change and global pandemic have been issued and the scale of science and technology has increased, the degree of international innovation collaboration has been increasing in last decades. According to Narula and Hagedoorn (1999), international cooperation in innovation has grown in importance relative to domestic R&D partnerships since the late 1970s. The performance of international cooperation depends on several factors such as domestic science & technology conditions, scientific characteristics, and perceived advantages of international cooperation. Specifically, internal factors of researcher such as gender and research experience and external factors such as institutions and infrastructure for innovation play a crucial role for international cooperation. Because these factors can be important criteria when researchers decide whether to cooperate internationally. Therefore, we empirically analyze the relationship between international innovation cooperation and several factors including researcher characteristics, institutions, and infrastructure using survey data of 2,532 researchers in Korea. Finally, we discuss the implication for science and technology policy based on the results.

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Uijin Jung 1147
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