The 4th Industrial Revolution Strategy and Cooperation in China, India and Singapore
Cho, Choongiae; Song, Youngchul | April 2018
Selected as the theme of the 2016 Davos Forum, the 4th Industrial Revolution (4th IR) has continued to progress at an increasing pace, with higher global interest and active response on the part of governments and corporations. The 4th IR implies everything becoming connected and evolving into a more intelligent society, and is rapidly progressing both in developed and emerging countries. In this context, this study focuses on analyzing China, India and Singapore’s driving capability for the 4th IR, related national policies, plans, or strategies, etc. In addition, this study suggests implications and directions for the development of policies related to the 4th IR by the Korean government and the strengthening of cooperation with each of these three countries.
CitationCho, Choongiae; Song, Youngchul. 2018. The 4th Industrial Revolution Strategy and Cooperation in China, India and Singapore. © Korea Institute for International Economic Policy. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/8135.
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