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ISSN : 2233-4165(Print)
ISSN : 2233-5382(Online)
Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business Vol.9 No.12 pp.55-61
DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.13106/ijidb.2018.vol9.no12.55.

The innovation diffusion and neighbors in the 4th wave through Dubai-city

* First author, Professor, Sungkyul University, Division of Paideia, Korea, E-mail: dais3s@gmail.com
** Director of KEC, TDT University E-mail: worldhucare@gmail.com
November 15, 2018. November 30, 2018. December 05, 2018.

Abstract

Purpose – It suggests that making a policy and strategies for a way of Dubai has a strong priority strategy on science and technology by using much oil dollars to prepare risk when oil dollar’s decrease. This has been now investigated how the leading innovator has changed the periphery countries.
Research design, data, and methodology – Analyze policy, status, what other neighbouring Middle East countries also want to benchmark a successful case of a leading Dubai strategy. Higher manpower is needed absolutely to develop S&T. and etc. Dubai and Arab countries establish university to nurture as well as invite the talented manpower from overseas to recover deficient manpower. Dubai built totally academy city and invited branch of the overseas famous university, and Saudi Arabia built university(KAUST) and invite faculty and support good scholarship for students. Abrab countries especially, This is studied the process of differentiating and integrating the migrant workers of these cities into the globalized cities. This has resulted in large-scale employment for foreign and local companies in these cities and the spread of science and innovation.
Results – Dubai supports venture or SMEs by using a strong priority strategy and attracts foreigner’s investor, with which the neighbouring countries have been preparing together for 4th wave. It demonstrates that the gravitational model has been activated from neighboring countries of innovation science to create Dubai‘s hub. The maturity of long-term urban innovation is related to innovation capability through the national response and review. As a result, the flow of skilled international migration has been localized because of the mutual intersection with the local employment structure, and the development has spread as it spreads to neighboring countries.
Conclusion – For the exploiting of new Distribution market in the neighbouring countries, Middle East countries’ a strong priority strategy on S&T and education system give an influence on economic situation of the 4th wave in the world and world order of leading by USA, Japan, or EU, and etc. This is due to the creation of clusters in the form of SEZs, friendly industrial policies and world-class infrastructure and innovation development. Its neighbours benchmark the cases of distribution of science innovation and centralizes the surrounding people.

JEL Classifications: C12, D12, M11, M31.

두바이 도시혁신에 따른 주변국가의 4차산업 혁신확산

Dae-Sung Seo*,Dong-Hwa Kim**

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