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[Volume 8, Issue 1]
Cybersecurity Governance Framework in Vietnam: State of Play, Progress and Future Prospects
Candice Trân Dai
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[Volume 8, Issue 1]
Cybersecurity in India: Regulations, Governance, Institutional Capacity and Market Mechanisms
Nir Kshetri
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[Volume 8, Issue 1]
Cybesecurity Policy and Governance in Korea: A Close Look at "Authentication"
Hyeon-Suk Lyu
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[Volume 8, Issue 1]
Science, Technology and Innovation Policy in Tajikistan: Present Status and Highlights
Mamadsho Ilolov and Karimova Sakina
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The system of research organizations in the Republic of Tajikistan (RT) includes academic and branch research institutions and as well as institutions of higher education. This science structure was established in the 1950s and reflects a division of research fields into the following sectors: academic, applied research and universities. During the transition into independence, economic necessity gave rise to new kinds and systems of research organizations besides the existing rigid centralized system. Furthermore, new private-public and non-government research structures emerged. It should be noted, however, that these new kinds and systems currently pose little competition to the traditional structures.

 

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[Volume 8, Issue 1]
Selection of 10 Emerging Technologies in 2017: Pollution & Contamination Response Technologies for Sustainable Development of Korea
Jonghwa Park, Yoon A Kim and Seung Ryong Lee
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In 2017, KISTEP selected 10 emerging technologies, based on the issue of ‘Environmental Pollution in Daily Life’. The issue of ʻEnvironmental Pollution in Daily Lifeʼ was subdivided into 10 pollutants for further study, and detailed research was conducted to identify public needs through literature review, social data analysis, public polls, and review by specialists. Candidate emerging technologies were identified based on the database of future technologies, news clippings, and the recommendations by specialists. The final list of 10 emerging technologies were selected from the candidate pool through priority assessment by specialists and researchers, followed by social and economic impact assessment. The selection for this year was focused on emerging technologies to counter environmental pollution in daily life, and support Korea's sustainable development. Environmental pollution has been intensified by past government policies prioritizing economic growth over environment. Damage from sensory and information pollution, which were not recognized as pollution in the past, has been increasing. Selection of public goods-related technologies as emerging technologies is expected to have significant implications.

 

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