Industry Promotion Research 2022 KCI Impact Factor : 0.53

Korean | English

pISSN : 2466-1139 / eISSN : 2714-013X

https://journal.kci.go.kr/ipir
Aims & Scope
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Rapidly changing​ Domestic and overseas industrial environments require constant innovation in all industries including manufacturing, services, and IT.​ In order for Korea, which is at the threshold of developed countries, to take a leap forward,​ In theoretical and applied research, beyond the theoretical academic research, it is very urgent to concentrate and advance research capabilities through creative and multi-disciplinary research.​ In order to consolidate the research capabilities related to the industrial system in the fourth industrial revolution era and to establish a field of convergence research,​ It was conducted by the Industrial Promotion Research Institute and published a research paper.
Editor-in-Chief
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Jai-wook Baik

(Korea National Open University)

Citation Index
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  • KCI IF(2yr) : 0.53
  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.52
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 0.605
  • Immediacy Index : 0.2791

Current Issue : 2024, Vol.9, No.1

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  • Impact of marketing capabilities of social economy enterprises on social performance through market orientation

    Eun-Kyoung Lee | Young-Wook Seo | 2024, 9(1) | pp.1~11 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    This study sought to verify the impact of marketing capabilities on social performance through market orientation targeting social economy enterprises. Accordingly, the marketing capabilities of social economy enterprises were classified into price competitiveness and distribution competitiveness, and market orientation was divided into customer orientation, competitor orientation, and interdepartmental cooperation. In addition, in line with the characteristics of social economy enterprises, performance verification consisted of social performance. A survey was conducted with a total of 216 executives and employees of social economy enterprises to collect data and conduct empirical analysis. The results of the analysis showed that marketing capabilities had a significant impact on market orientation, and that market orientation had a significant impact on social performance. In addition, market orientation was found to have a mediating effect on marketing capabilities. The results of this study suggest that strengthening the marketing capabilities of social economy enterprises is an important factor in creating social performance. Social economy enterprises are expected to be able to increase their market orientation by strengthening their marketing capabilities and thereby create social value.
  • A Study on the Analysis of Ingredients and Safety of Darkening Shampoo using Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometer (GC-MS)

    Yuri Kim | Woonjung Kim | 2024, 9(1) | pp.13~20 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In this study, we conducted a compositional analysis of five darkening shampoos available in the South Korean market and evaluated their active ingredients and safety based on the analysis results. GC-MS analysis was employed to identify the main components of each shampoo, revealing discrepancies between the detected compounds and the ingredient lists provided by the manufacturers. These differences are interpreted as being due to the limitations of the GC-MS analysis and the volatility of certain compounds. Further investigations were carried out to explore compounds potentially contributing to hair darkening. However, it was not definitively concluded that these compounds are directly involved in the hair darkening process. It is speculated that they may enhance hair care product performance and offer additional benefits to hair, or improve product texture, stability, or preservation. Additionally, the GC-MS analysis identified several compounds with potential safety concerns, necessitating caution when used as cosmetic ingredients.
  • Process Optimization for the Industrialization of Transparent Conducting Film

    Nam, Hyeon-bin | Choi, Yo-seok | Kim, In-su and 3 other persons | 2024, 9(1) | pp.21~29 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    In the rapidly advancing information society, electronic devices, including smartphones and tablets, are increasingly digitized and equipped with high-performance features such as flexible displays. This study focused on optimizing the manufacturing process for Transparent Conductive Films (TCF) by using the cost-effective conductive polymer PEDOT and transparent substrate PET as alternatives to expensive materials in flexible display technology. The variables considered are production speed (m/min), coating maximum temperature (°C), and PEDOT supply speed (rpm), with surface resistivity (Ω/□) as the response parameter, using Response Surface Methodology (RSM). Optimization results indicate the ideal conditions for production: a speed of 22.16 m/min, coating temperature of 125.28°C, and PEDOT supply at 522.79 rpm. Statistical analysis validates the reliability of the results (F value: 18.37, P-value: < 0.0001, R2: 0.9430). Under optimal conditions, the predicted surface resistivity is 145.75 Ω/□, closely aligned with the experimental value of 142.97 Ω/□. Applying these findings to mass production processes is expected to enhance production yields and decrease defect rates compared to current practices. This research provides valuable insights for the advancement of flexible display manufacturing.
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