Abstract: With the advent of the 4th industrial revolution, interdisciplinary studies based on ICT have won global attention as a growth engine for the future. Also, society has been through changes in every aspect from education to employment in accordance with population decline and aging accelerated. Accordingly, to preemptively respond to these changes, universities and corporations began to innovate themselves through reciprocal cooperation. The purpose of this study is to identify the factors affecting university-industry collaboration performance and to carry implications for government policy by analyzing the effect of government driven program.
Gyeong-Min Nam and Dae-Geon Kim, 2019. A Study on the Factors Affecting University-Industry Collaborations Competence. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 14: 1395-1400.