Special Issue "Second IT Revolution and Dynamic Open Innovation: From Smart City, Autonomous Car, Intelligent Robot, and Block Chain to Sharing Economy"

Special Issue Editors

Guest Editor
Prof. Dr. JinHyo Joseph Yun *

Convergence Research Center for Future Automotive Technology, Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST), Daegu, Korea
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Phone: +82-53-785-4410 (010-6697-8355)
Interests: open innovation; business model; open innovation economy; social open innovation; schumpeterian dynamics; game theory; political economics; complexity
* Managing Guest Editor
Guest Editor
Prof. Yuri Sadoi

Meijo University, 1 Chome-501 Shiogamaguchi, Tenpaku Ward, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 468-0073, Japan
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Interests: management; economic policy; innovation

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

This Special Issue will publish some selected papers from the annual conference of SOItmC 2019. Suitable topics include but are not limited to:

  • Dynamic open innovation;
  • Business models;
  • Schumpeterian economics;
  • Smart cities;
  • Autonomous cars;
  • Intelligent robots;
  • Block chains;
  • Sharing economy;
  • 2nd IT Revolution or 4th Industrial Revolution;
  • Complexity.

Time schedule of this special issue:

  • Open: 1 June 2019

Any SOItmC 2019 authors in addition to the planned papers can submit to this special issue after full paper submission to SOItmC 2019 platfrom and paying the registration fee until 31 May 2019.

  • Close: 31 December 2019

All papers should be submitted to this special issue until 31 December 2019.

The Article Processing Charges (APC) of the 10 keynote speech papers will be supported by SOItmC. The authors of these papers should include an acknowledgement section following the example below:

Acknowledgement: This paper was presented as a keynote speech of SOItmC 2019, and the publishing fee was supported by SOItmC.

Papers which were selected for the Special Issue of SOItmC 2019 in JOItmC will be recommended for the Best Paper Award of SOItmC 2019.

Prof. Dr. JinHyo Joseph Yun
Prof. Yuri Sadoi
Guest Editors

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Port Digitalization with Open Data: Challenges, Opportunities, and Integrations
J. Open Innov. Technol. Mark. Complex. 2019, 5(2), 30; https://doi.org/10.3390/joitmc5020030
Received: 10 April 2019 / Revised: 13 May 2019 / Accepted: 13 May 2019 / Published: 16 May 2019
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Digitalization is frequently addressed in recent economic and social scientific literature. This paper applies a distinction to digital data (raw data) and digital technologies (including both software platforms and hardware solutions). The open data is defined as follows: it is publicly available and [...] Read more.
Digitalization is frequently addressed in recent economic and social scientific literature. This paper applies a distinction to digital data (raw data) and digital technologies (including both software platforms and hardware solutions). The open data is defined as follows: it is publicly available and non-chargeable data (information content) that is machine readable. Open data enables software and application development for external partners and users. A common feature in open-data applications is location-based identification (e.g., real-time traffic monitoring). These include spatial map visualizations, and monitoring of traffic and modes of transport. This visualized information provides additional support for data-based decision-making and management as these study results indicate. This information is valuable particularly in the decisions concerning unconventional and sudden events. This research indicates that the most suitable data resources for opening include information related to port transport infrastructure. In terms of temporal monitoring, static road and rail data is currently the most potential alternative for open data in ports. The main reasons are that these data sources are already at least partly published. However, they are not always in open-data formats. Static data is also a grounded starting point because the technical requirements are much less demanding in comparison to real-time data-processing and management Full article
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World Turned Upside Down: Entrepreneurial Decline, Its Reluctant Myths and Troubling Realities
J. Open Innov. Technol. Mark. Complex. 2019, 5(2), 22; https://doi.org/10.3390/joitmc5020022
Received: 6 March 2019 / Revised: 25 March 2019 / Accepted: 26 March 2019 / Published: 9 April 2019
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The aim of this paper is to attempt to understand why the popular academic and policy field of promoting, studying and evangelising “entrepreneurship” should have been associated with great success but, in the past twenty years or more in many advanced economies, so [...] Read more.
The aim of this paper is to attempt to understand why the popular academic and policy field of promoting, studying and evangelising “entrepreneurship” should have been associated with great success but, in the past twenty years or more in many advanced economies, so much failure. From the US to lesser and developing countries, emerging economies and the European Union, entrepreneurship, especially in regard to start-ups and particularly high-tech start-ups, has been in constant more or less recent decline. This is seldom registered in the mainstream literature where a positive and benign profile is generally presented. The paper examines this phenomenon, ties it partly with the “productivity paradox” and seeks tentative hypotheses in relation to the apparent illusions if not delusions regarding “entrepreneurship”. Full article
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Operational-Efficiency Improvement of Public R and D Management Agencies in South Korea
J. Open Innov. Technol. Mark. Complex. 2019, 5(1), 13; https://doi.org/10.3390/joitmc5010013
Received: 14 January 2019 / Revised: 9 February 2019 / Accepted: 19 February 2019 / Published: 6 March 2019
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Public R and D management agencies have been taking on key roles in the national R and D ecosystem. The purpose of this study is to suggest ways to improve the operational efficiency of public R and D management agencies based on analysis [...] Read more.
Public R and D management agencies have been taking on key roles in the national R and D ecosystem. The purpose of this study is to suggest ways to improve the operational efficiency of public R and D management agencies based on analysis of their current status. We approached this study from a life-cycle perspective as it applies to the plan-management evaluation of R and D. Data-collection sources included documents, surveys, and interviews with staff members in agencies responsible for national R and D management. Based on the analysis results, we present suggestions for improvement in three areas: (a) unification of R and D planning and evaluation of individual ministries; (b) establishment of a panministerial management system for public R and D management agencies; (c) improvement and development of public R and D agencies’ expertise and management services. Finally, we discuss possible improvements and the limits of this study. Full article
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Disruptive Impacts of Automated Driving Systems on the Built Environment and Land Use: An Urban Planner’s Perspective
J. Open Innov. Technol. Mark. Complex. 2019, 5(2), 24; https://doi.org/10.3390/joitmc5020024
Received: 27 March 2019 / Revised: 19 April 2019 / Accepted: 19 April 2019 / Published: 24 April 2019
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Cities have started to restructure themselves into ‘smart cities’ to address the challenges of the 21st Century—such as climate change, sustainable development, and digital disruption. One of the major obstacles to success for a smart city is to tackle the mobility and accessibility [...] Read more.
Cities have started to restructure themselves into ‘smart cities’ to address the challenges of the 21st Century—such as climate change, sustainable development, and digital disruption. One of the major obstacles to success for a smart city is to tackle the mobility and accessibility issues via ‘smart mobility’ solutions. At the verge of the age of smart urbanism, autonomous vehicle technology is seen as an opportunity to realize the smart mobility vision of cities. However, this innovative technological advancement is also speculated to bring a major disruption in urban transport, land use, employment, parking, car ownership, infrastructure design, capital investment decisions, sustainability, mobility, and traffic safety. Despite the potential threats, urban planners and managers are not yet prepared to develop autonomous vehicle strategies for cities to deal with these threats. This is mainly due to a lack of knowledge on the social implications of autonomous capabilities and how exactly they will disrupt our cities. This viewpoint provides a snapshot of the current status of vehicle automation, the direction in which the field is moving forward, the potential impacts of systematic adoption of autonomous vehicles, and how urban planners can mitigate the built environment and land use disruption of autonomous vehicles. Full article
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Planned Papers

The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.

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Keynote Speakers:

Title: Building Networks to Harness Open Innovations: Towards a Multi-Prong Strategy to Promote Sustainable Development
Author: Rajah Rasiah

Title: Transition of Innovation in the Japanese Automobile Industry
Author: Yuri Sadoi

Title: Changing Global Landscape: Global Challenges and Opportunities for Innovation
Author: Levent Altinay

Title: Proximity, Networks and Clusters in the Quaternary (4.0) Economy: New Asymmetries
Author: Philip Cooke

Title: The Way to Entrepreneurial State: Sustainable Dynamics of Open Innovation with Basic Income, Permission-less Innovation, High Capital Fluidity, and Sharing Economy
Author: JinHyo Joseph Yun

Title: How are Demand and Feasibility of Connectivity articulated?
Author: Fumio Kodama

Title: IOT to IOTTF: Internet of Things, to the Internet of Things, Thoughts and Feeling for a Caring and Sharing Economy
Author: Anil K. Gupta

Title: From Smart to Post-Anthropocentric Cities
Author: Tan Yigitcanlar

Title: Circular Economy in India
Author: Venni V Krishna

Title: Productivity Slowdown or Transformation towards Sustainability?
Author: Andreas Pyka

Title: Geographies of Disruption and Spatialities of Knowledge
Author: Tommi Inkinen

Regular Special Issue Papers:

Title: Effects and Responses of Taiwan-Japan Industry Cooperation Policy in Tokai Region, Japan
Authors: Kuan-Ju Lin * and Yahn-Shir Chen

Title: Impact of Social Robots on Society and Economy in Japan
Author: SHAPOSHNIKOV Sergei *

Title: Open Innovation guarantee practices for banking industry in Myanmar
Authors: Yuri Sadoi *, Takeshi Arai and Ye Tun Min

Title: Sharing What Is Learned from Outside Industrial Training with Organizational Peers
Authors: Yoshi Takahashi, Than Than Aung *, Mon Mon Oo and Nu Nu Mai

Title: The Suggestion of the Toyota production system using IoE by JTEKT
Author: Yusuke Tanaka

Title: Challenges of Governmental Policy Changes In Myanmar Higher Education Development
Author: Ye Tun Min

Title: Open Innovation culture and Its’ Cycle
Authors: Xiaofei Zhao * and JinHyo Joseph Yun*

Title: Graduates’ career choice towards social enterprises and NPOs
Authors: Jingjing WENG * and Frances Wu

Title: The study of social entrepreneurial teams
Authors: Li-Chun KUNG and Ying-Che HSIEH *

Title: Research on the Process of Resource Bricolage and Organizing Improvisation in IT Innovation: A Case Study of Baida Zhongxing
Authors: Haibo Hu, Haitao Lu, Chunbing Mao, Meiju Fei and Yang Cheng *

Title: Research on Regional Collaborative Innovation Platform Based on platform theory——With Nanning high tech Industrial Development Zone
Author: Xiaojing Huang

Title: What Dynamic Managerial Capabilities Are Needed for Greater Strategic Alliance Performance in IT Industry?
Authors: Andrejs Čirjevskis * and Yves M. Felker

Title: Digital Maturity and Corporate Performance: Case of Baltic States
Authors: Yulia Eremina, Natalja Lace* and Julija Bistrova

Title: Open innovation and simulation in life-science startups
Authors: Udo Mueller * and Bernd Ebersberger

Title: The future of AI in Europe: learning from China towards mission-oriented social innovation strategies
Authors: Claudio Feijoo * and Gianluca Misuraca

Title: Study on the business model of post-natal nursing institutions in Taiwan and China
Authors: Min-Ren Yan and Pei-ling Liu *

Title: How Social Innovation Creates Shared Value for Sustainable Community Development: The Case of Kaohsiung Arena
Authors: Min-Ren Yan *, Lin-Ya Hong, Hui-Lan Chi and Ray-Yin Kuo

Title: Research on Evolution and Consisting of Platform Business Model based on Structured User Resource
Author: Li Kun

Title: A study for skin analysis via cloud service to construct innovation models and aboard using system dynamics
Authors: Min-Ren Yan and Hsien-Jung Lee *

Title: Exploring innovation ecosystem from the perspective of sustainability: towards a conceptual framework
Authors: Zheng Liu * and Victoria Stephens

Title: The change of China government's role in the development of government WeChat: Case study of NanJing city
Author: Sun Ying

Title: Development of education model for improving collaboration creativity-Based on the online learning system (Moodle)
Authors: Eun-Joo Kim and Hang-Sik Park *

Title: The Study on the Esthetic Education as a Welfare Service in Korea for the Improvement of the Elderly's Happiness Index
Authors: Kyu-Ok Shin, Na-Gyeong Yeom and Hang-Sik Park *

Title: Digital Innovation adoption & its economic impact
Authors: HyunJee Park * and SangOk Choi

Title: Social-oriented cooperation program Development of economic and social effect measurement model
Authors: DaeGeon Kim *, SeungHoo jin, GyeongMin Nam and SangOk Choi

Title: International innovation collaboration in China
Authors: Kaihua Chen, Ze Feng, Xiaolan Fu * and Yi ZHANG

Title: Beijing as a Regional Innovation System: a case study of the ICT and software industries
Authors: Meijiao Huang, Geon-Cheol Shin and Antonio K.W. Lau *

Title: Managerial compensation and environmental innovation
Author: Ching-Hsing Chang

Title: The study on the effect of patent retrieval behavior on market awareness of teachers in the technical and vocational colleges and universities
Authors: Chih-Cheng Lo *, Wang Claire and Hsiao-Yun Peng

Title: Artificial Intelligence Road Survey System for detecting Road Defects
Authors: Seungki Ryu * and Chanjun Chun

Title: A Study on the Inequity Between the Housing Location and the Commuting Accessibility in the Socially Vulnerable Classes
Authors: Seongman Jang and Changhyo Yi *

Title: Environmental potentials of best available techniques - the case of some key industrial sectors in China
Authors: Rubing Ge, Wei Cong, Lin Hou and Lei Shi *

Title: The components and operative mechanism of entrepreneurial ecosystem dominated by core firm: Evidences from characteristic town in China
Authors: Guopeng Xiang * and Ongshi Zhou

Title: A Study on the Improvement of Operational Efficiency of Public R&D Management Agencies in South Korea
Authors: Byung Yong Hwang *, Eun Song Bae, Heung Deug Hong and Dae Cheol Kim

Title: Efficiency Analysis of R&D Investment for SMEs
by Ministries of Koreaby Public Agencies (in Korea)
Authors: Eun-song Bae, Sung-Hun Park, Joong-Hun Ko and Dae Cheol Kim *

Title: The effect of personal value on CSV(creating shared value)
Authors: Jeongho Koo, Suhyun Baek and Sunah Kim *

Title: Public Service Design Strategy based on Open Innovation Platform: Focusing on the Citizen-sympathetic Bus Stop Development Project of Jeju Special Self-Governing Province
Authors: Youngok Jeon * and Sinae Jung

Title: Is Korea building a sustainable innovation system?
Authors: Kisoon Shin, Eungdo Kim * and Kwangsoo Shin

Title: The impact of open innovation on patent registration fees
Authors: EuiSeob Jeong * and SangWoo Kim

Title: Self-organizing Smart City 4.0 model based on urban evolution
Authors: Yeji Yoon and Minhwa Lee *

Title: Unified Model of Sharing Economy and National Strategy
Authors: Yeji Yoon and Minhwa Lee *

Title: Identifying Key Success Factors for Scale-up of Regional SMEs : A Case of Ecopro
Authors: Choonghyun Kim, Jaehoon Rhee and Junghyun Yoon *

Title: A Effectiveness of Start-up Intention on Adversity Quotient and Entrepreneurship: Focused on Mediating Effects of Adversity Quotient
Authors: Dae-su Kim and Junghyun Yoon *

Title: Open Innovation, Collaboration, and Trust among and within Public Research Institutions of South Korea
Authors: Jineui Hahm * and Kwangho Jung

Title: Collaborative Management and Competing Perspectives of Various Stakeholders for DMZ Policy Process
Authors: Yeo Bin Yoon * and Kwangho Jung

Title: Evaluation for Alternatives of Land Use Plan in the Process of Climate Change Adaptation
Authors: Sangdon Lee * and Jiyoung Choi

Title: Cimate change and the migraory timing of bean geese in Korea
Authors: Sangdon Lee * and Minkyung Kim

Title: Effect analysis of short-term entrepreneurship education program: Focusing on moderate effects of Kolb’s learning style
Authors: Chung-Gyu Byun * and Chang Soo Sung

Title: The Effect of Equity-based Crowdfunding Investment on the Corporate Management Performance and Job Creation
Authors: Hanjun Cho *, Chang Soo Sung and Joo Y. Park

Title: The Impact of Multimarket Competition on Innovation Strategy: A Case Study of the Korean Game Companies in Japan and China
Authors: Jinju Lee * and Deahyung Im

Title: Samsung Electronics' Transition in M&A Strategy and its Implication through Harman International Cases
Authors: Jung Hyun Kim, Duong Thi Hong Nhung and Jeonghwan Lee *

Title: Multiplier technology factors and technological DNA
Authors: Sunghoon Chung *, Junghee Han

Title: Does the Patent become a proxy of the firm’s market value?Case of South Korea
Authors: JangHyeon Baek *, Junghee Han

Title: A Study on the Effect of Using Innovation Methodology on Innovation DNA Development and Corporate Performance
Authors: Dae-youn Hwang, Yeong-wha Sawng * and Sun-Young Park

Title: Performance and Technology Commercialization According to Technology Development Capacity of SMEs Focusing on Comparative Analysis of Technology Business Groups
Authors: Hyun-ji Kim, Sun-Young Park * and Won-IL Joh

Title: A Study on the Customer Churning Behavior according to the Market Maturity of Innovative Convergence Service : Focusing on the IPTV service
Authors: Myung-Joong Kim, Sun-Young Park and Won-IL Joh *

Title: The Important Factors on Strategy for Making Smart City
Authors: Dong-Hoon Oh and Sun-Young Park *

Title: How does characteristics of target’s knowledge-base affect to technological innovation performance of acquirer? A case of biopharmaceutical industry
Authors: Kwangsoo Shin and Eungdo Kim *

Title: The Influence of Government R&D Investment on Innovation performance of Korean Pharmaceutical Firms
Authors: Sunmi Jung, Eungdo Kim and Kwangsoo Shin*

Title: How pipeline management affects on innovation performance in pharmaceutical industry
Authors: Nahmryune Cho, Kwangsoo Shin and Eungdo Kim*

Title: How to overcome uncertainty?: Impact of firm-level uncertainty on firm’s alliance portfolio management in the pharmaceutical industry
Authors: Hyejae Jung and Eungdo Kim *

Title: Factor Analysis affecting Outbound Open Innovation Performance in Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry - Revolving around out-Licensing Deals
Authors: Ingyu Lee, Kwangsoo Shin and Eungdo Kim *

Title: Development of rNPV(risk-adjusted Net Present Value) Technology Valuation Improvement model in Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry
Authors: Jonghak Woo, Eungdo Kim *, Tae-Eung Sung, Jongtack, Lee, Kwangsoo Shin and Jeonghee, Lee

Title: External Knowledge Search Strategies and Innovation Performance-A Mediated Moderation Analysis on the Relationship of External Knowledge Search Strategies, Organizational Ambidexterity, and Internal Assets
Authors: Choo Yeon Kim, Myung Sub Lim and Jae Wook Yoo*

Title: Supplier, Tailor and Facilitator: The Typology of Platform Business Model
Author: Junic Kim

Title: Linking Research and Education in Undergraduate School
Author: Heungju Ahn

Title: The Effect of Design Competence on Science Education
Author: Jong Rae Park

Title: The efficient collaboration strategy of US Pharmaceutical Companies in regional innovation system
Authors: Hana Kim, Hongbum Kim and Eungdo Kim *

Title: The impact of social capital on US pharmaceutical innovation cluster performance
Authors: Hana Kim, Hongbum Kim and Eungdo Kim *

Title: How can governments facilitate growth in the private sector? An empirical study of government support and firms' innovation performance in Korea
Authors: Sung-Bou Kim, Eunhyung Park and Dongwook Kim

Title: Detecting themes of public concern: focus on immigration policy by text mining analysis
Authors: Jung Chul Lee, Dongwook Kim, Hanbyul Choi and Eunmi Lee *

Title: Regional innovation by a public health nurse who started business in Japan
Authors: Kazumasa Igura

Title: Indirect effects of regulation on audit firms in Taiwan
Authors: Yahn-Shir Chen * and Kuan-Ju Lin

Title: Regional innovation by new type leapfrogging
Authors: Norihiro Nishimura* and Haruki Odajima

Title: Green governance: connation and block chain based implementation
Authors: Runhui Lin*, Yuan Gui, Lun Wang and Biting Li

Title: Bank governance,media coverage and green loans
Authors: Lidong Wu* and Yana Zhou

Title: Why They Go There: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Revisit Intention
Authors: Yingyueh Su * and Yusheng Yu

Title: The AI integrated AR training mode of Semiconductor industry- by hotel conference and exhibition
Authors: Chi-Hsuan Lin, Wei-Chuan Wang and Yung-Chang Pao*

Title: Construction of AI model of trust fund raising─to hotel industry as the raising of mark
Authors: Wei-Chuan Wang, Chi-Hsuan Lin and Chi Chen Tsai*

Title: Sustainability and Continuous Improvement of Organization: Review of Process-Oriented Performance Indicators
Authors: Aija Medne* and Inga Lapina

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