Analysis of effectiveness of knowledge sharing program(KSP) implementation in Indonesia
Since its launch in 2004, KSP has consistently acted as a policy consultation and knowledge exchange between Korea with partner countries to seek the most favorable policy options to overcome barriers to development. Knowledge exchange between countries meets immediate, operational knowledge gaps by fostering the sharing of countries’ experiences. Korea and Indonesia have been engaged in KSP since 2005, in the form of joint research among experts from both countries. Until 2015, KSP with Indonesia has provided 46 topics with useful recommendations in the social and economics fields. Based on discussions and observations until now, however, there has not been any ex-post evaluation regarding the effectiveness of KSP, therefore this research will be the first on this topic and aims assess the effectiveness of KSP implementation in Indonesia to provide useful recommendations for Korea and Indonesia to improve KSP in the coming years.
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