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Analysis of Changes in Spatial Structure of Seoul by Analyzing the Land Price Changes of Station Influence Areas
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Analysis of Changes in Spatial Structure of Seoul by Analyzing the Land Price Changes of Station Influence Areas
Koo, Hyunchol; Lee, Byoungkil; Lee, Chang Soo;
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 Abstract
From 1990, Seoul Metropolitan Government has established an urban master plan for the efficient city management by introducing the central place structure with a multi-tiered hierarchy. In the plan, Seoul City uses the strategy of developing the station influence area around the urban railway, in order to form the central place structure, effectively. . Therefore, reviewing impacts of urban railway is the most fundamental study for understanding changes in the spatial structures of Seoul. In the study, we have analyzed the changes in the central place structure of Seoul City with the public land price changes in station influence area around the urban railway at each year of 2000, 2005, and 2010. As a result, we could easily recognize the changes in the hierarchical central place structure by analyzing the time-series changes of public land price in station influence area.
 Keywords
Station Influence Area;Time Series Analysis;Central Place;Urban Master Plan;Public Land Price;
 Language
Korean
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