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Special Session 1. Innovation Diversity for Emerging Economies (1)

  • Chair: Natalja Lace(Riga Technical University, Latvia)
  • Paper Lists
    • 1. (Cirjevskis Andrejs): Measuring Dynamic Capabilities Based Synergies by Real Options in Open Innovation-Type M&A Deals
    • 2. (Matisone Anita, Lace Natalja): Effective Venture Capital Market Development Concept
    • 3. (Zumente Ilze, Bistrova Julija): Discovering environmental, social and governance performance implications on the long-term shareholder value creation
    • 4. (Rosa Angelina; Lace Natalja): Assessment of the impact of coaching on a company's performance: A review of methods
    • 5. (Oganisjana Karine, Kozlovskis Konstantins, Andersone Ieva): Changes in consumers’ purchasing habits caused by COVID-19 pandemic

Special Session 2. Business model innovations

  • Chairs: Iveta Šimberova(Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic) & Natalja Lace (Riga Technical University, Latvia)
  • Paper Lists
    • 1. (Krmela, Ales; Simberova, Iveta; Babica, Viktorija): Dynamics of business models in industry wide collaborative networks for circularity
    • 2. (Robert von Böhlen; Simberova, Iveta): Open innovation in the automotive industry to scale the business model
    • 3. (Tesarova, Mariana; Bednarova, Marketa; Tsap, Yuliya; Simberova, Iveta; Kasperovica, Ludmila): Digital transformation of companies’ business models in times of pandemic
    • 4. (Schuller, David; Smolikova, Lenka): Agile Management in Product Innovation Process
    • 5. (Konečný, Michal; Pollák, František; Deniss Sčeulovs): Innovations in the management of e-commerce: analysis of customer interactions during the COVID-19 pandemic

Special Session 3.Innovation and Technology Transfer in Emerging Economies

  • Chairs: Elina Gaile-Sarkane (Riga Technical University, Latvia) & Inga Lapina (Riga Technical University, Latvia)
  • Paper Lists:
    • 1.(Ence Enno, Strausa Evita, Segers Jean-Pierre, Gaile-Sarkane Elina): Values Based Innovation – New Strategic Approach
    • 2. (Millers Maris, Gaile-Sarkane Elina, Sceulovs Deniss): Innovations of the Management System in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: Problems and Solutions
    • 3. (Suija-Markova Inese, Gaile-Sarkane Elina): Knowledge Transfer: Innovative Trends in Management Science
    • 4. (Kehris Elmars, Tambovceva Tatjana, Gaile-Sarkane Elina): Sustainable Economic Models and Investments in Human Capital
    • 5. (Kokins Gundars, Straujuma Anita): The Role of Customer Experience Driven Innovation in an Organizations` Business Processes

Special Session 4. Innovation and Digital Transformation in Emerging Economies

  • Chairs: Elina Gaile-Sarkane(Riga Technical University, Latvia), DenissSceulovs (Riga Technical University, Latvia)
  • Paper Lists
    • 1. (Babica Viktorija, Sceulovs Deniss, Krmela Ales): Assessment of Corporate Digital Maturity
    • 2. (Janusevska Guna, Sceulovs Deniss): Omnichannel User Experience: Literature Review
    • 3. (Saulite Linda, Sceulovs Deniss, Pollák František): Influence of non-product related attributes on media brands consumption
    • 4. (Kreicbergs, Toms, Sceulovs Deniss): The effectiveness of depicting traditional masculinity in advertising
    • 5. (Bernovskis Arturs, Sceulovs Deniss): Gamification types in business. Literature review

Special Session 5. Innovation and Quality Enhancement in Emerging Economies

  • Chairs: Inga Lapina (Riga Technical University, Latvia) & Elina Gaile-Sarkane (Riga Technical University, Latvia)
  • Paper Lists
    • 1. (Medne Aija, Lapina Inga, Zeps Arturs): Challenges of Uncertainty in Strategy Development: Reconsidering the Key Performance Indicators
    • 2. (Degtjarjova Irina, Lapina Inga): Technology-rich Study Process: Quality Evaluation and Challenges of Innovativeness
    • 3. (Pilena Arta, Mezinska Iveta, Lapina Inga): Standardization as a Catalyst for Open and Responsible Innovation
    • 4. (Nikitina Tatjana, LapinaInga ,Ozolina-Ozola Iveta , Licznerska Magdalena): Understanding Differences in Entrepreneurial Orientation Between Business and STEM students
    • 5. (Kavosa Maija, Lapina Inga): New Approach to Certification of Persons: Ensuring the Reliability and Quality

Special Session 6. Tourism Sector and Open Innovation

  • Chairs: Valentina Della Corte(University of Naples FedericoⅡ, Italy) & Giovanna Del Gaudio(University of Naples FedericoⅡ, Italy)
  • Paper Lists
    • 1.(Valentina Della Corte, Giovanna Del Gaudio, Fabiana Sepe, Giuliana Nevola): Destination resilience and open innovation. A bibliometrical analysis
    • 2.(Valentina Della Corte, Giovanna Del Gaudio, Giuliana Nevola, Simone Luongo): Open innovation in learning process: empirical evidence in Hospitality Management
    • 3.(Valentina Della Corte, Giovanna Del Gaudio, Fabiana Sepe, Enrico Di Taranto):The role of open innovation in the world of hospitality industry
    • 4.(Valentina Della Corte, Giovanna Del Gaudio): Creativity, passion and open innovation. Exploring the Michelin starred restaurants
    • 5.(Valentina Della Corte, Krishnan Umachandran, Giovanna Del Gaudio, Giuliana Nevola): University in industry networking through academic spin-offs. The role of open innovation

Special Session 7. Financial Open Innovation & Management

  • Chair: Alexey Mikhaylov (Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Russia)
  • Paper Lists:
    • 1. (Jaehyung An, Alexey Mikhaylov, Keuwoo Kim): Open Process Innovation for Operational Excellence
    • 2. (Nikita Moiseev, Alexey Mikhaylov):eTrading technologies and prospects under conditions of COVID-19 pandemic
    • 3. (Mikhail Dorofeev): Governmental financial regulation of socio-economic inequality: Adjusting the policies according to the exponential technological growth of financial innovations.
    • 4. (YuliyaTyurina): Innovative development of public finance in the twenty-first century: key challenges, opportunities and solutions.
    • 5. (Artur Meynkhard, Roman Veynberg, Oleg Litvishko): Impact of the bitcoin mempool technology on crypto investor behavior.

Special Session 8. Technological change and the future of work

  • Chairs: Andreas Pyka(University of Hohenheim, Germany) & Ben Vermeulen(University of Hohenheim, Germany)
  • Paper Lists:
    • 1. (Arianna Marcolin, Sergio Scicchitano): Will robots take your job? The workers’ point of view
    • 2. (Marta Simões, Pedro Bação, Vanessa Gaudêncio ): AI, demand and employment: A sectoral analysis of the Portuguese economy
    • 3. (Csaba Mako, Miklos Illessy): Automation, Creativity, and the Future of Work in Europe: A Comparison between the Old and New Member States with a Special Focus on Hungary
    • 4. (Filippo Bertani, Marco Raberto, Andrea Teglio, Silvano Cincotti): Digital innovation and unemployment in an agent- based economy with dynamic substitutability between labor and capital
    • 5. (Giacomo Damioli, Vincent van Roy, Daniel Vertesy, Marco Vivarelli ):May the AI revolution be labour-friendly? Some micro evidence from the supply side
    • 6. (Ben Vermeulen, Eleonora Psenner, Christian Hoffmann, Andreas Pyka, Pier-Paolo Saviotti): Technology-driven structural change, institutional conditions, and the rise of creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial work: Lessons from rural region South Tyrol

Special Session 9. Emergency Governance

  • Chair: Weian Li(Nankai University & Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, China)
  • Paper Lists:
    • 1. (Liang Qu,YuanjieXu,Ke Fu): Research on Emergency Governance Strategies of Multinational Companies to Deal with the Deterioration of International Relations—Based on the Empirical Analysis of Chinese Manufacturing
    • 2. (RunhuiLin,YalinLi,Ze Ji): Evaluation of regional emergency governance capacity based on REC-SEIR model: a case study of China's response to COVID-19
    • 3. (ChunyanWang,RunhuiLin,Qi Wang): The evolution of epidemic governance behaviors in typical regions of China during the COVID19 and its impact on governance effects-a comparative analysis of multiple cases
    • 4. (WeianLi,Qiankun Meng): The Coupling Mechanism of Enterprise Innovation Decision-making under Emergency State—Based on the Perspective of Administrative Economical Governance
    • 5. (Yunpeng Lu): Research on the resilience of collaborative governance between Chinese government and social organizations in public health emergencies

Special Session 10. Innovation and Digital Governance

  • Chairs: Lei Ma(Nanjing Univ. of Science and Technology, China) & Zheng Liu(Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK)
  • Paper Lists:
    • 1. (He Wang, Zheng Liu): The logical proof of cultivating 'Eco-man' in the new era of ecological civilisation construction
    • 2. (Xiaojing Huang): An evolutionary game research on value co-creation behaviour of digital patent platform
    • 3. (Yang Wang, Lei Ma): IP factor analysis on the innovation of cities in the Yangtze River Delta region
    • 4. (Kaitong Liang, Lei Ma, Yang Wang, Tao Li, Zheng Liu): The impact of government policy on the evolution of platform ecosystem in developing country: Case study of Chinese intellctual property intermediary
    • 5. (Yuwei Zhang, Huijie Yuan): An investigation on the community governance the context of risk society
    • 6. (Ziyi Wan, Ting Yang): Exploring the public service innovation under the supply of APP mode: Case study of My Nanjing
    • 7. (Jing Kou, Yun Zhao): Research on the urban refined governance path from technology empowerment perspective: Case study of group rental governance in Jianye District

Special Session 11. Open Inovation in Japan under COVID-19

  • Chair: Yuri Sadoi(Meijo University, Japan)
  • Paper Lists:
    • 1. (Junichi Yamamoto): Impact of Covid-19 and Open Innovation for Well-being (tentative title)
    • 2. (Katsutoshi Oki): Consortium-type collaboration in semiconductor industry: application to new product technology and new product development
    • 3. (Mari Iizuka): Covid-19 and Acceleration of SDGs in Japan: Emerging Social Open Innovation Eco-system for Recovery
    • 4. (Mari Iizuka): Open Innovation Eco-system for Centuries Long Resilience? : Cases of Japanese firms with very long history in Kyoto/li>
    • 5. (Mari Iizuka): Impact of Covid-19 and Diversity Management in Japan: Open Innovation Attempts
    • 6. (Mari Iizuka): Recovering Covid-19 through Open Innovation: Cases of Japanese Pop Culture and Culture Tourism
    • 7. (Yuri Sadoi): The role of Japan for production innovation & development in SMEs in Myanmar
    • 8. (Yuri Sadoi): Online education between Japan and Myanmar: the development of Myanmar high technological engineers for the job market in Japan

Special Session 12. Open Innovation Strategy based on Patent Information Mining

  • Chair: Ben Zhang(Huazhong University of Science & Technology, China)
  • Paper Lists:
    • 1. (Ben Zhang): Collaborative opportunity identification of artificial intelligence: A patent roadmap based on text mining
    • 2. (Tingwei Zhao): The trend of technology convergence challenges the existing patent classification
    • 3. (Tingwei Zhao): Semiconductor materials core patents mining based on social network analysis
    • 4. (YakunJi ): Intelligentization and open innovation in automobile industry: Evidence from Chinese patent data
    • 5. (Fuxin Wang): Evolution of Sino-US scientific and technological cooperation 2000-2019 paper and patent network analyses
    • 6. (Lei Ma, Ben Zhang and Zheng Liu): Promoting Technology Transfer Based on the Platform Innovation Ecosystem: An Exploratory Case from China

    Special Session 13. Sustainability via Open Innovation

    • Chairs: Ibrahim Niankara (Al Ain University, Abu Dhabi, UAE) & XiaoFei Zhao(DGIST, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:     
      • 1. (JinHyo Joseph Yun, Yuri Sadoi, Xiaofei Zhao,Sunah Kim, (Charles Edquist)): Open innovation dynamics of furniture design - the difference between IKEA and Nitori
      • 2. (Jinhyo Joseph Yun, Euiseob Jeong, HeungjuAhn, Xiaofei Zhao, KyungBae Park): Zig-zag growth patterns of open innovation dynamics-The diversity in OI cost, OI benefit size, and OI time lag
      • 3. (Pham Thanh Nga): The Impacts of the Sharing Economic Model on Vietna
      • 4. (JunSeok Lee): Religious Tradition and the Stem Cell Research in Korea: In the Multicultural East-Asian Context
      • 5. (Ibrahim Niankara): Sustainability through open data sharing and reuse in the Digital Economy

    Special Session 14. Innovation Diversity for Emerging Economies (2)

    • Chairs: Natalja Lace (Riga Technical University, Latvia) & Iveta Simberova (Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Ciemleja Guna, Kozlovskis Konstantins): Building finance literacy during the COVID-19 pandemic
      • 2. (Kasperovica Ludmila, Lace Natalja,Tesarova Mariana): Digital maturity and value capture of Small and medium sized enterprises
      • 3. (Koleda Nadežda, Straková Jarmila): Efficiency assurance through employee onboarding improvement
      • 4. (Daszyńska –Żygadło Karolina, Mjakuškina Svetlana): Sustainable Construction Activities within the Pandemic of COVID-19
      • 5. (Kostiuk Yaroslava, Kohútová Veronika, Straková Jarmila, Koleda Nadežda): Comparison of value added in response to delivery to selected EU countries

    Special Session 15. Open Innovation and Strategic Digital Transformation

    • Chair: Min-Ren Yan(Chinese Culture University)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Heng-sheng Chen): Using Rough Sets to Evaluate the Importance of Data
      • 2. (Heng-sheng Chen): Apply Fuzzy Statistics to Break-Even Analysis of Quadratic Model
      • 3. (Min-Ren Yan, Fang-Chi Wu): Open the Cultural Ecosystem Service Innovation and Social Impacts: A Case Study of Livable City and Eco-museum in Taipei
      • 4. (Min-Ren Yan, Yi-Yun Hsieh): Simulation-based Strategic Decision Support System for IT-enabled Open Innovations and Business Development

    Special Session 16. Rethinking Business Digitalization and Non-Linear Modeling in the age of COVID-2019

    • Chair: Anna Svirina(Kazan National Research Technical University, Russia)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Bodyagin O., Balanova M., Mezinova I.): Uberiztion of all? The state and prospects for platform companies in the COVID crisis world
      • 2. (Garanin D., Lukashevich N., Balsky V. Volovik A.): Probabilistic statistical modeling of business projects efficiency
      • 3. (Klavdiev A., Chernorytsky I., Efimenko S., Temirgaleev E.): Bitcoin dynamics by means of S-curves theory
      • 4. (Svirina A., Appalonova N.): Non-linear behavior modeling in the financial technology industry    
      • 5. (Svirina A., Polosukhina E., Sergeev N.): Predicting trends in digital business innovation development

    Special Session 17. Common Goods Open Innovation & Evolution

    • Chair: JinHyo Joseph Yun(DGIST, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (JinHyo Joseph Yun,Euiseob Jeong, KyungHun Kim, SangWoo Kim): Collective Intelligence: the gap between open access journal, and non-open access journal
      • 2. (Jinhyo Joseph Yun, Cho Heonje): Preliminary Study on Nudge for Motivating Open Innovation    
      • 3. (JinHyo Joseph Yun*, Xiaofei Zhao*, Liu Zheng, Ma Lei, Yang Bo): The dynamics of Open Innovation and Business Model in Smart Payment Industry - comparing 3 different economies; Korea, China, and UK
      • 4. (Jinhyo Joseph Yun, BongHwan Kim): Preliminary study on the open innovation signal of firms at financial statements
      • 5. (JinHyo Joseph Yun, Xiaofei Zhao, KyungBae Park, Lei Ma, Zheng Liu, Valentina Della Corte, Giovanna Del Gaudio): The comedy of commons: Democratization,Participation, and OI with sustainability: Comparative analysis of 3 economies: Jeju Korea, Sorento or Amalfi Italy , and Nanjing China

    Special Session 18. HRM and Innovation Performance

    • Chairs: Si-jeoung Kim(Korea University, Korea) & Sang Ok Choi (Korea University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Jaeseong Kim, Sang Ok Choi(Corr.)): Does Job Training Investment Widen the Productivity and Innovation Differentials in Firms?
      • 2. (Jaeseong Kim, Sang Ok Choi(Corr.)): An Analysis on the Effects of S&T Manpower Developing Program using System Dynamics
      • 3. (Si-jeoung Kim, Sang Ok Choi(Corr.)): The Reciprocal Relationship between Financial Performance and Social Performance on Innovative Social Enterprise
      • 4. (Si-jeoung Kim, Sang Ok Choi(Corr.)): Testing the Causal Links between Government Funding, Cooperation, and Innovation Performance
      • 5. (Si-jeoung Kim, Sang Ok Choi(Corr.)): Directionality of The Associations between Product/Service Innovation and Organization Innovation

    Special Session 19. Public Sector Innovation in the era of Digital Transformation

    • Chair: Dongwook Kim (Seoul National Univ., Korea), WookJoon Sung (Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1.(Choong-Sik Chung): Analysis of the change process of digital governance in South Korea
      • 2. (JaeIn Noh, Hanbyul CHOI, Youngmin Cho, WookJoon Sung): Evolution of Smart Mobility in Smart City
      • 3. (Hanbyul CHOI &Dongwook KIM): Factors affecting the perception of social innovation: The role of digital literacy
      • 4. (Kyudong Park &Geunhye Kim): A Study on the Fairness Improvement of AI-ML (Artificial Intelligence-Machine Learning) Algorithm System in Public Sector
      • 5. (WookJoon Sung, Choong-Sik Chung, Dongwook Kim): Innovation in the way you work in the public sector: What are the achievements of smart work in South Korea?

    Special Session 20. Smart Governance and Innovation during the COVID-19 Pandemic

    • Chair: KwangHo Jung(Seoul National University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Kwangho Jung & Jaeyoung Lee): Innovation Lessons from Drive-through Coronavirus Testing in South Korea
      • 2. (Seung-Hee Lee, Jane Workman & Yuli Liang): Fashion Innovativeness, Opinion Leadership, and Money Attitudes
      • 3. (Ju-Han Lee): Comparative Perspective on Quasi-Market Innovation in Rail Industry: UK, Sweden, and Germany
      • 4. (JonghwanEun & Ik-hyun Han): Governing the Tension among Data Privacy, Ethics, and Big Data Industry.
      • 5. (ByeongJo Kim, Veronica Caihui Lin&Haeran Song): Digital Literacy and Economic Adaptation among North Korean Refugees.

    Special Session 21. Knowledge Management and Innovation

    • Chair: Jeonghwan Lee(Myongji University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Kyuho Jin, Chulhyung Park, Jeonghwan Lee): How is the Innovation Speed of International Joint Ventures Determined? Assessing the Effects of Ownership Balance Using A Duration Analysis of Time to Patent
      • 2. (Kyuho Jin): Killing the Golden Goose?:Lowered R&D Expenditure and Innovation Output in Family Firms
      • 3. (Jeonghwan Lee, Kyuho Jin): How does R&D Capability Moderate the Relationshio between Collaoration and Technological Convergence?
      • 4. (He Soung Ahn, Jeonghwan Lee, Jung Hyun Kim): How Does the ICT infrastructure level affects cross-border M&As?: An investigation on developed and emerging regions
      • 5. (Jeonghwan Lee, He Soung Ahn, Jung Hyun Kim): What drives cross-border M&As?: How current market dynamics influence its land scape

    Special Session 22. Dynamics of Open Innovation in Biomedical Industry

    • Chair: Eungdo Kim (Chungbuk National University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Misun Kim, Eungdo Kim*, Kwangsoo Shin*): Factors affecting successful untact education delivery system after COVID19
      • 2. (Kisoon Shin, Eungdo Kim*, Kwangsoo Shin*): The impact of social capital on Korean national innovation system
      • 3. (Sungjin Park, Eungdo Kim*, Kwangsoo Shin*): Factors affecting successful clinical trial: Differences in the antecedents of successful vs. failed
      • 4. (Eundgo Kim, He SoungAhn*): How to choose the ideal date mate? Differences in the antecedents of successful vs. failed strategic alliances
      • 5. (He SoungAhn, Eundgo Kim *): Do strategic alliances really benefit firms? A distinction between successful and failed alliances

    Special Session 23. Business model transformation after the pandemic

    • Chair: Junic Kim(KonKuk University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Nianwen Ha and Junic Kim): New e-commerce trend after the pandemic, live streaming commerce: determining consumer purchase intentions
      • 2. (Sung Kim and Kwangsoo Kim): Impact of Big Data Management Capabilities on Sustainable Manufacturing Performance: Mediating effect of Big Data innovation and Moderating effect of External Capabilities
      • 3. (Yuhan Liu and Jaewook Yoo ): Institutional pressures and firm performance: Mediating role of ESG and Moderating role of CEO leadership
      • 4. (Haochen Guo and Junic Kim): Business model transformation in retail industry: a case study of new retail strategy in China
      • 5. (Chooyeon Kim, Jihong Min and Jae Wook Yoo): Study on the Fit between Innovation Strategies and Country-Specific Ownership and Control Structures: Focusing on Ambidextrous Innovation Strategy and the Ownership and Control Structures in Korean Manufacturing Firms

    Special Session 24. Data-Driven Multi-Disciplinary Research for AI-based Open Innovation

    • Chair: Tae-Eung Sung(Yonsei University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Jeong-Hee Lee,Chan-Ho Lee,Min-Seung Kim, Tae-Eung Sung*): A Study on the Analysis Indictors Utilizing Corporate Big data and a Case Study to Apply on the Value Chain of Pharmaceutical Industry
      • 2. (Min-Seung Kim,Yong-Ju Jang,Chan-Ho lee,Ji-Hye Choi, Tae-Eung Sung*): Forecasting Economic Life of Technology Based on Deep Learning Algorithm: Perspective of Activating Open Innovation
      • 3. (Chan-Ho Lee,Eun-Sik Oh,Jae-Sik Lee,Ji-Hye Choi,Yong-Ju Jang,Min-Seung Kim, Tae-Eung Sung*): The Mass Valuation of Patent(MVP): Activation of Technology Financial Market for Open Innovation
      • 4. (Yong-Ju Jang,Jeong-Hee Lee,Min-Seung Kim,Ji-hye Choi, Tae-Eung Sung*): Prediction model of COVID-19 Based on Statistical Algorithm and Deep learning Algorithm
      • 5. (Ji-Hye Choi,Min-Seung Kim,Yong-Ju Jang,Chan-Ho Lee, Tae-Eung Sung*): A Study on the Application of Adaptive Bollinger Bands for Anomaly Detection in Time Series Data Analysis

    Special Session 25. Entrepreneurship, network, and innovation and knowledge management from the perspective of open innovation

    • Chairs: Junghyun Yoon(Yeungnam University, Korea) & Sanghyun Sung(GyeongSang National University, Korea)
    • 1. (Sehwan Yoo, Junghyun Yoon, Sanghyun Sung): Semantic R&D Knowledge Map on Semantic Similarity Using Word Embedding
    • 2. (Sanghyun Sung, Sehwan Yoo, Junghyun Yoon): Designing Entrepreneurial Business Process and Organization for Dynamic Startups Inter-Organizational Business Process Collaboration
    • 3. (Dongwoo Ryu, Junghyun Yoon, Daesu Kim): Linking alliance portfolio and dynamic capabilities to innovation performance: The moderating role of IT capabilities
    • 4. (Yongwoo Kim, Junghyun Yoon, Sanghyun Sung): How network tie moderates the relationships between entrepreneurial alertness and innovativeness?: Perspective from open innovation
    • 5. (Junghyun Yoon, Sanghyun Sung, Dongwoo Ryu): Open innovation and Network capability as successful factors for scale-up of regional SMEs

    Special Session 26. Business Model Competition Session

    • Chairs:EuiSeob Jeong(KISTI, Korea) & KyungBae Park(Sangji University, Korea) 
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Bhavya Vegesna, Irene Liu & Umi Arora): Drug Development with Open Innovation
      • 2. (Minseo Jung): The Emergence of Social Innovation from Youth Innovation and ASA Social Funding for the Isolated African Youth
      • 3. (Kang JinSeok): Stage system manufacturing based smart realtime performance system
      • 4. (Minseo Jung, Kaylee Zhou, Nadia Ludwig & Rishik Ummareddy ): Searching for a New Open Innovation Education for Generation Z

    Special Session 27. Sustainability and Performance Analyses of Organizations

    • Chairs: DaeCheol Kim(Hanyang University, Korea) & SungYong Choi(Hanyang University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists
      • 1. (Minjeong Oh, Chulok Ahn, Hyundong Nam, Sungyong Choi*): An Overview of Public Policy in Smart City using Topic Modeling
      • 2. (Hyundong Nam, Minjeong Oh, Sungyong Choi*): Informatization Performance Analysis of e-Governance using IT
      • 3. (Byung Yong Hwang , Sung Hun Park,&Daecheol Kim): Efficiency Analysis for Public R and D Management Agencies in South Korea Based on the Data Envelopment Analysis
      • 4. (Tae Youn Kim; Eunsong Bae; Daecheol Kim*): Impacts of the Political Event on Tourism in Jeju Island
      • 5. (Chulok Ahn, Minjeong Oh, Sungyong Choi*): Innovative Servitization in SMEs for Sustainability
      • 6. (ByungYoon Bae, Sungyong Choi*): A study on the Influence Entrepreneurship on Learning Orientation and Entrepreneurship Performance

    Special Session 28. The Role of Open Innovation in University-Industry Cooperation

    • Chair: Sang Ok Choi (Korea University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Seunghoo Jin, Kangwon Lee, Sangok Choi): The effect of Industry-Academic Cooperation Program on Sustainability of Universities in Korea
      • 2. (Gyeong Min, Nam): Living Labs as regional innovation networks: University-Industry-Gov't cooperation cases in Korea
      • 3. (HyunJee Park, Kangwon Lee): A study on government R&D input and performance effectiveness: Focusing on job creation and economic performance in manufacturing
      • 4. (Seunghoo Jin, Daeyu Kim): The effect of open innovation capability on management performance : A Focus on Venture Companies in Korea
      • 5. (Woojoong Kim, SeHwan Ko, Sangok Choi, Kangwon Lee): The Factors Affecting Technology Commercialization of Government Research Institutes: Focusing on human resource

    Special Session 29. Open Innovation and Business Model in Biomedical Industry

    • Chair: Kwangsoo Shin(Chungbuk National University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Harry Jeong, Seunghyun Kim, Kwangsoo Shin*, Eungdo Kim*): How does government support’s affect small firms? A case of Korean food industry
      • 2. (Jinhyun Park, Kwangsoo Shin*, Eungdo Kim*): Structural impact of network prominence and technology orientation on exploratory and exploitation innovation of biotechnology company
      • 3. (KyungtaeYeom, Changhyeon Song, Kwangsoo Shin*, Eungdo Kim*): The effect of innovation capabilities and government support on firm’s financial performance: A case of Korean medical device industry
      • 4. (Changhyeon Song, Seunghyun Kim*): When do small businesses in biotechnology industry pursue open innovation
      • 5. (Kwangsoo Shin, Hayoung Park*, SeokKwan Kim): Influence of founders’ career and corporate sponsorship on R&D and alliance strategies and performances: A study of Korean bio-medical firms

    Special Session 30. R&D Strategy Planning to Enhance the additionality of the R&D Investment

    • Chair: DongHoon Oh(Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, Office of Strategic R&D Planning, Korea)
    • Paper Lists
      • 1. (Hyoung Ryul Ma, Cheol-Ju Lee, Dong Hoon Oh*): Has Korean R&D Paradox been intensified in the post-global financial crisis? Production function approach focusing on the smart convergence and conventional industries
      • 2. (Heongu Lee, Changhak Yeon): Blockchain Based Traceability System for Sustainable Cross-Border E-commerce Transactions
      • 3. (Sangjae Pyo, Hyoung Ryul Ma, Sumi Na, Dong Hoon Oh*): Exploring a Crowdfunding Model based on Collective Intelligence of Scientists and Engineers

    Special Session 31. How climate change should influence the reform of sustainability?

    • Chair: Sang-Don Lee(Ewha Womans University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. An analysis of spatiotemporal pattern of WVC(wildlife-vehicle collisions) on Korean highway based on space‐time cube
      • 2. Phenological change of ecological communities based on global warming
      • 3. Process of Environmental Impact Assessment with ICT for a tool for decision making process
      • 4. Seasonal Changes in Species Richness and Distribution of Birds in Korea
      • 5. Conservation of wetlands in the suburb of Seoul metropolitan as‘city of wetlands’

    Special Session 32. Open Innovation in Technology Management & Commercialization

    • Chairs:  Hun Park(KISTI) & Jinwoo Sim(KISTI)
    • Theme: Open Innovation in Technology Management & Commercialization
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Harry Jeong, Seunghyun Kim, Kwangsoo Shin*, Eungdo Kim*): How does government support’s affect small firms? A case of Korean food industry
      • 2. (Myoung Jae Choi, Jongtaik Lee, Hun Park): Bio valuation using actual transaction cases and r-NPV valuation optimization analysis
      • 3. (Myoung Jae Choi, Wooseok Jang): Identifying the policy direction of National R&D Programs based on dynamic DEA analysis: The case of Battery Electric Vehicle(BEV) technologies
      • 4. (Myoung jae Choi, Hun Park, Hyuk Hahn): Effect of knowledge services on the BSC(Balance Score Scard)-based performances: Evidence from South Korea
      • 5. (Jinwoo Sim, Myoung jae Choi, Minji Kim, Jiyeon Park): A study on the analysis of candidate technology group of smart city for national R&D

    Special Session 33. Social Change & Entrepreneurship

    • Chair: Chang-Soo Sung (Dongguk University, Korea)
    • Paper Lists:
      • 1. (Chang Soo Sung, Dea Soo Choi & Joo Y. Park*): A Case Study on the Development of Personal Identification Platform Using Blockchain Technology
      • 2. (Yu Shin Kim, Chung Gyu Byun, Dea Soo Choi*): The Influence of Entrepreneurship and Career Choice : The Mediation Effect of Bricolage
      • 3. Han Jun Cho, Dea Soo Choi, Joo Y. Park & Chang Soo Sung*): The Effect of Management Efficiency of Social Enterprise: Corporate Social & Economic Outcome-related Performance
      • 4. (Joo Y. Park & Chang Soo Sung*): Digital Entrepreneurship and Social Network Effects
      • 5. (Joo Y. Park): Why do people spread fake news? Social network analysis