近年來，南韓與台灣在科技產業上的競爭相當激烈，不論是在終端產品或是科技產業的發展上，相似度極高。但其中最大的差異是產業結構的不同，南韓因遭遇到1997年金融風暴，產業的發展演變至今為一典型的垂直整合型態，國家資源掌握於少數集團，可有效整合資源，減少不必要的競爭。 台灣為一典型產業分工的國家，各家廠商在產業鏈上扮演好各自的角色，利用垂直分工的產業型態，充分發揮各個廠商的長才，以及對於大環境的靈活應變，皆與南韓有很大的不同。 台灣最近的發展處處受到南韓打壓，國內出現思考垂直整合的產業型態是否適合台灣未來發展的聲音，並且已有許多的論述。但垂直整合在產業發展上真的是最佳解？或是真的適合台灣？相當值得討論。 本論文將設計模型並輔以現實狀況來分析三星電子是否進行企業垂直整合以及面臨的一些必要條件，最後討論未來可能遭遇到的情況。 本論文的研究目的為藉由模型設計分析過去、現在以及推測未來可能發生的情況，提供台灣產、官、學三界作為一個策略制定的依據，創造國家產業發展更美好的未來。; In the past decade, there were a lot of competitions between Taiwan and South Korea, especially in ICT related area. No matter in the end product or the development of technology, they are very similar. If we continue to survey them deeply, there has a major difference which is industrial structure. South Korean economics was impacted huge in 1997 Asia Financial Crisis. And South Korea was almost bankrupt. Government started to integrate differently specific industries to individually single company. Most firms in Korea are the type of association. In South Korea, only Samsung and Hyundai two companies occupied South Koreas GDP around 26%. The concentration is pretty centralized. From this time, South Korea's industrial type is typically vertical integration model. Taiwan's industrial structure is totally opposite to South Korea's. Taiwan's industry is typically vertical separation model. Every firm plays an important role in individual position of industry but the scale of firms is relatively small compare with South Korea's. The advantage of small firms in operation is definitely much more flexible than association. Which structure is better for Taiwan? There is no absolute answer for that. The thesis will build up theoretical model to analyze Samsung's strategy and which the next probable step is. Hope the analysis of the thesis can provide some good suggestions to Taiwan's industry, government and academy.