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국내 의료기기 제조기업의 연구개발활동과 특허가 기업 경영성과에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구

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 A Study on the Effects of the R&D Activities and Patent on the Corporate Performance of Medical Device Firms in Korea 
 김도성  ;  이정수  ;  조성한  ;  김민석  ;  김남현 
 Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society (한국산학기술학회논문지), Vol.19(11) : 157-165, 2018 
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Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society(한국산학기술학회논문지)
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Medical Device ; Small and Mid-Sized Businesses ; R&D ; Patents ; Corporate Performance
Companies conduct R&D for continuous development and enhancement of corporate value, and obtain
patents as an intangible asset resulting from this process. This study screened 103 medical device firms whose R&D
information, patent information, and management performance information were all published to determine how R&D
activities and patents affect corporate operational performance. The number of patents, R&D costs, company type and
Inno-Biz of the company were set as independent variables, and the companies' sales, intangible assets, operating
profit ratios, net profit margins, corporate ratings and profit-related financial ratios were used as dependent variables.
The results confirmed that R&D expenditure had negative (-) effects on most indicators, including sales volume,
operating profit ratio, and net profit ratio, while it had positive (+) [ED highlight - these are unnecessary if negative
and positive are also written out.] effects only on intangible assets. Additionally, domestic patents were found to have
negative (-) effects on sales, cash flow ratings, and dropped capital return, and positive (+) effects on net profit
growth. Moreover, the business performance variables affected by the company characteristics were sales volume and
cash flow ratings. The medical device industry is dominated by small and medium-sized businesses Although research
and development activities and patents have been shown to have a negative impact on corporate management in the
short term, they are expected to have a positive long-term impact when reflecting the characteristics of the medical
device industry that must undergo clinical trials and authorization procedures after R&D.
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Kim, Nam Hyun(김남현)
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