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The Assessment of the Border Area Support Policy
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 Title & Authors
The Assessment of the Border Area Support Policy
Kim, Jai-Han;
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 Abstract
The Border Area Support Act(2000) has policy goal convergence to improve living conditions, to conserve natural environment, and to prepare national unification in this area. The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether the support until now meet the policy goal or set a question on policy itself. Variation of statistical indicators related with policy goal for the period 2000-2014 has analyzed and compared with local government`s evaluation report. It is found out that resident`s living condition has improved in spite of several political fallacies, but the support policy can damage natural environment and cause conflict with military regulations constantly. Under current inter-Korean relation, it is desirable to minimize conflicts between political bodies in Border Area.
 Keywords
Border Area Support Act;Goal convergence;Living condition;Military regulation;Goal conflict;Inter-Korean relations;
 Language
Korean
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