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SETPI research reports are published in the three categories : policy research, analysis research and policy briefs. The policy research reports are aimed at presenting mid- and longterm policy initiatives and policy alternatives to the
government, while the analysis research reports are focused on analyzing the statistics of S&T policy and technology innovation. The policy briefs are developed for policymakers and as reference materials for researchers.

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450 Policy Issues related with Age-limit and Aging in Korean Public Mi-Jung Um 2015-12-31 Policy Issues related with Age-limit and Aging in Korean Public Research Institutes.pdf 201
449 Regeneration Strategy in Decrepit Industrial Complexes Jung Chan Lee 2015-12-31 Regeneration Strategy in Decrepit Industrial Complexes.pdf 198
448 Guideline on the Korean Innovation Survey - Recent Developments and Issues Kawon Cho 2015-12-31 Guideline on the Korean Innovation Survey - Recent Developments and Issues.pdf 220
447 Survey Report on Financial Supports for Ph.D. Education Kawon Cho 2015-12-31 Survey Report on Financial Supports for Ph.D. Education.pdf 200
446 The research on the socio-technical transition strategy Wichin Song 2015-12-31 The research on the socio-technical transition strategy.pdf 216
445 2015 K-Innovation ODA Program Hwanghee Cho 2015-12-31 2015 K Innovation ODA Program.pdf 240
444 STI International Cooperation Strategy in Eurasia Region Lee, Choon-geun, Lee Myung-jin 2015-12-31 STI International Cooperation Strategy in Eurasia Region.pdf 293
443 Report on Young Innovators Talk 2015 Younghwan Kim 2015-12-31 Report on Young Innovators Talk 2015.pdf 189
442 Entrepreneurship in Korea : Monitoring and Modeling Sunwoo Kim 2015-12-31 Entrepreneurship in Korea- Monitoring and Modeling.pdf 177
441 Management and Utilization of Bio-Research Infrastructure Eunjung Shin 2015-12-31 Management and Utilization of Bio-Research Infrastructure.pdf 191