2023 - Research.com Economics and Finance in South Korea Leader Award
His primary areas of investigation include Industrial organization, China, Market economy, Economic system and Leapfrogging. The Industrial organization study combines topics in areas such as National innovation system, Incentive, Microeconomics, Public policy and Knowledge creation. His study in China is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Developing country, Economy and Foreign direct investment.
His Market economy research integrates issues from Emerging markets, Path creation and Financial economics. His work carried out in the field of Economic system brings together such families of science as Absorptive capacity, Chaebol, Financial liberalization and Financial system. His work in Leapfrogging addresses issues such as Marketing, which are connected to fields such as License, Design technology and High tech.
His primary scientific interests are in China, Industrial organization, Market economy, Developing country and East Asia. As part of the same scientific family, Keun Lee usually focuses on China, concentrating on Economic geography and intersecting with National innovation system. He interconnects Imitation, Commerce, Leadership change and Leapfrogging in the investigation of issues within Industrial organization.
He has included themes like Tertiary sector of the economy and Marketing in his Leapfrogging study. Keun Lee works mostly in the field of Developing country, limiting it down to topics relating to Development studies and, in certain cases, Production. His research investigates the connection with East Asia and areas like Development economics which intersect with concerns in Middle income trap.
Keun Lee mainly focuses on Industrial policy, Middle income trap, East Asia, Market economy and Foreign direct investment. As part of one scientific family, Keun Lee deals mainly with the area of Industrial policy, narrowing it down to issues related to the Leapfrogging, and often Neoclassical economics, Appeal, Manufacturing and Absorptive capacity. His research in Market economy intersects with topics in Multinational corporation, Market share and Position.
His Foreign direct investment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Commodity, Barriers to entry and International economics. His studies examine the connections between Capital and genetics, as well as such issues in Competition, with regards to Industrial organization. His work deals with themes such as Empirical evidence and Emerging markets, which intersect with Industrial organization.
Keun Lee mainly investigates Middle income trap, Industrial organization, East Asia, Gross domestic product and World population. Keun Lee studied Middle income trap and Industrial Revolution that intersect with Economy and Market economy. Keun Lee interconnects Competition, Resource allocation, Leverage, Leadership change and Imitation in the investigation of issues within Industrial organization.
As a part of the same scientific family, Keun Lee mostly works in the field of East Asia, focusing on Barriers to entry and, on occasion, Industrial policy. His Gross domestic product study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Per capita income, Financial capital, Human capital, Monetary economics and Investment. His research in Emerging markets focuses on subjects like Tertiary sector of the economy, which are connected to Leapfrogging.
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Technological regimes, catching-up and leapfrogging: findings from the Korean industries
Keun Lee;Chaisung Lim.
Research Policy (2001)
Schumpeterian Analysis of Economic Catch-up: Knowledge, Path-Creation, and the Middle-Income Trap
Knowledge diffusion, market segmentation and technological catch-up: The case of the telecommunication industry in China
Qing Mu;Keun Lee.
Research Policy (2005)
Determinants of industry–academy linkages and, their impact on firm performance: The case of Korea as a latecomer in knowledge industrialization☆
Boo-Young Eom;Keun Lee.
Research Policy (2010)
Catch-up cycles and changes in industrial leadership:Windows of opportunity and responses of firms and countries in the evolution of sectoral systems ☆
Keun Lee;Franco Malerba.
Research Policy (2017)
Both Institutions and Policies Matter but Differently for Different Income Groups of Countries: Determinants of Long-Run Economic Growth Revisited
Keun Lee;Byung-Yeon Kim.
World Development (2009)
Explaining the “University-run enterprises” in China: A theoretical framework for university–industry relationship in developing countries and its application to China☆
Jong-Hak Eun;Keun Lee;Guisheng Wu.
Research Policy (2006)
Appropriate intellectual property protection and economic growth in countries at different levels of development
Yee Kyoung Kim;Keun Lee;Walter G. Park;Kineung Choo.
Research Policy (2012)
Health innovation networks to help developing countries address neglected diseases.
Carlos Medicis Morel;Tara Acharya;Denis Broun;Ajit Dangi.
Making a Technological Catch-up: Barriers and Opportunities
Asian Journal of Technology Innovation (2005)
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