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A Study on the Components and Systems Archytypes of the Resilience for the New Regional Development Strategy (새로운 지역개발전략으로서의 회복탄력성의 요소와 인과순환적 원형구조에 관한 연구)

  • Choi, Nam-Hee
    • Korean System Dynamics Review
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.155-178
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    • 2015
  • This study aims to explore the new paradigm of regional development strategy with the theory of Resilience. Resilience can be defined in terms of a set of interacted capacities to absorb and adapted to different kinds of shocks and disturbance at the regional level. This study focuses particularly on the interaction of component of resilience with the context of regional development strategy. As a result of the Systems thinking approach about dynamic interactions between resilience components and regional problems, this study find that there are many feedback structures which is need for a better understanding of the complex regional resilient development system. This study suggests that the Archytypes of resilience-focused strategy of regional development, which could help achieve an evolution for regional community and people to adapt and bounce back from crisis.

A Study on the Effect and Influencing Factor of Regional Balancing Development Policy in China (중국의 지역균형개발정책 효과 및 영향요인 분석)

  • Yoon, Jun-Sang
    • Journal of Agricultural Extension & Community Development
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.213-232
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    • 2010
  • The regional development strategy of China is involved basically with national macro economical development policies. In general, the development process were The procedures of 'balancing development-unbalancing development- rebalancing development'. The first restructuring is a balancing development strategy represented as the three-district construction and the second restructuring is the unbalancing development strategy represented as the preferential development of the east area after reformation & development. The third regional development strategy making current progress is a new regional balancing development policy including the great development of the west district. The study grasped how much the regional balancing development policy contributed to bridge the gap among other areas with coefficient of variation to analyze changes of regional development related indexes among the areas before/after the regional balancing development policy which had been progressed after 1991 with harmonious development among areas as its goal was carried out. It was also analyzed that the Chinese government's goal of regional development policy was how well-suited to the Chinese reality through regression analysis, so far. However, the results obtained of the study were summarized in Table6, Table7 and Table8.

Clusters and Strategy in Regional Economic Development (지역경제개발에서 클러스터와 발전전략)

  • Feser, Edward
    • Journal of the Korean Academic Society of Industrial Cluster
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.26-38
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    • 2009
  • Many economic development practitioners view cluster theory and analysis as constituting a general approach to strategy making in economic development, which may lead them to prioritize policy and planning interventions that cannot address the actual development challenges in their cities and regions. This paper discusses the distinction between strategy formation and strategic planning, where the latter is the programming of development strategies that are identified through a blend of experience, intuition, and analysis. Cluster theories and analytical tools can provide useful informational inputs into a strategy making effort and they can also be helpful for programming specific interventions (i.e., strategic planning). However, they should not be used as the exclusive or even predominant framework for filtering information about the competitive advantages of a region or for formulating strategy. To do so forces strategy making into a conceptual box defined by only one highly stylized theory of regional growth and development.

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Germany Goes Green - Innovations towards a Sustainable Regional Development

  • Gruehn, Dietwald
    • World Technopolis Review
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    • v.1 no.4
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    • pp.230-239
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    • 2013
  • The paper deals with recent paradigm shift in German environmental policy, fundamentally modifying the German society towards a sustainable future development. Key elements of this development are forceful climate protection measures to contribute to global climate protection strategy and to fulfil international conventions, supplemented by a comprehensive strategy to promote the adaptation to climate change, the nuclear power phase out in the medium term, and innovative landscape and regional planning projects to strengthen regional identity and economic power. All this components are,complemented by a financial support program including incentives, tax reductions, and research funding.

Specialization Strategy for Regional Agriculture Based on the Relationship between Development on Specialized Crops and Impact of Climate Change -Focused on Orchard Crops- (특화작목과 기후변화 간 영향 분석을 통한 지역농업 활성화 전략 연구 -과수를 중심으로-)

  • Hwang, Jae-Hee;Kim, Hyun-Joong;Lee, Seong-Woo
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.18 no.3
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    • pp.149-164
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of the present study is to construct a rural development strategy from the nexus between spatial changes in specialized crops and suitable cultivation area of the crops. This paper pays particular attention to identify product life cycle of specialized crops in rural areas and estimate the impact of climate change on alterations in spatial distribution of the crops. In order to do so, first of all, this study applies multi-level model (Random coefficient model) to estimate the regional coefficient of five orchard crops. It utilizes the data 1995 to 2010 Korea Agricultural Census. Futhermore, it also adopts overlay analysis by ArcGIS to identify the development path of the crops and the relationship with climate change. Based on the results, it suggests a mechanism activating regional agriculture. The findings propose re-searching and relocating specialized regions of the crops. Especially, it proves each rural area can drive the new agricultural strategy to strengthen regional agriculture by estimating the relationship between development of specialized crops and suitable cultivation areas. For instance, shifting specialized crops in particular regions and enriching genetic or species varieties can be primary measures and it will contribute to improve the reliable base for income sources in the rural communities. This paper also offers specific policy implications regarding rural development plans in response to crops' life cycle and climate changes.

Effective analysis of Regional Industry Development Project (글로벌 경제체제 하에서의 지역 R&D 효율화 방안)

  • Bae, Jeong-Hwan;Lee, Jae-Kyu
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.10 no.4
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    • pp.292-297
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    • 2010
  • The Economic region, the strategy for regional development, is a global trend and has become the blue ocean. Korea has also moved forward with the concept of economic region as the strategy for regional development. So, The main purpose of this study is to find the strategies to improve the regional R&D competitive power and making regional R&D support system. As a goal of regional innovation and regional economic development, the business adds new jobs and new products, resulting in growth of the community.

City Development Strategy of Stuttgart / Germany:Analysis and Evaluation (독일쉬투트가르트시의 도시발전략과 평가 - 한국 도시발전전략에 대한 시사점 -)

  • 김한규
    • Journal of the Korean Regional Science Association
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.117-127
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    • 1996
  • The purpose of this paper is to explain and to evaluate the city development strategy of Stuttgart/Germany. Otherwise this paper deals with the transformation possibility of Stuttgart model to city of Taegu. In recent times Stuttgart has invested great effort to innovate her structural problems. Important points are as follows; Planning of development strategy for future, Innovation of infrastructure and city image, Effort for environment, participation programs for citizens etc. Coooperation between Stuttgart and Taegu will bring some synergy effect in the future.

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An Application of System Dynamics Modeling to the Measurement of the effectiveness of Local Regional Sustainable Development Strategies: A Case of the Revival of Bamboo Industry in Damyang, JeollaNamdo (지역의 생태지향적 발전전략 평가를 위한 체계동태모형의 정립과 적용 -담양군 대나무 신산업 육성전략의 파급효과 분석-)

  • Jeong, Hoi-Seong;Jeon, Dae-Uk
    • Korean System Dynamics Review
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.147-172
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    • 2006
  • With the purpose of long-range planning toward local/regional sustainable development, it is desired to avoid unconditional industrialization and expansion and to build an eco-oriented development strategy considering site-specific characteristics of the environment. This paper thus aims at the elaboration of a system dynamics model of a locality/region so as to understand inherent dynamics of sustainable development and to assess the effectiveness of such an eco-oriented strategy. The model thus consists of several positive and negative feedback loops that accelerate or restrict local/regional economic growth within a system boundary incorporating the environment, economy, and society. The model is moreover applied to the assessment of the effectiveness of the development plan recently established in Damyang in JeollaNamdo, Korea. It is regarded in this case to be effective for population immigration and economic prosperity to give priority to restore the bamboo ecosystem and nourish a series of eco-friendly industries based on the bamboo items developed recently. It is also to be positive to sustainable development since it enables to maintain high quality of the environment from the outset of their development steps.

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Challenges of Republic of Korea Navy : How to Cope with Old and New Threats from North Korea and Others. (북한 및 지역 해양안보 위협 극복과 대한민국 해군발전)

  • Bai, Hyung-Soo
    • Strategy21
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    • pp.32-64
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    • 2015
  • This paper examines the types and trends of North Korea's military provocations and regional maritime threats against South Korea, and is focusing on the Republic of Korea's naval development and modernizations by the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN) on future actions, what directions of the ROKN has taken thus far in response, as well as an examination of how the ROKN might respond to vulnerabilities identified throughout modern history. Importantly, this paper does not consider the domestic, bilateral, multilateral, regional and global political dimensions of the situation on the Korean Peninsula; nor does it consider the North Korea's transitional power politics, but including North Korea's nuclear program and submarine-launched ballistic missile developments, as a caveat, this paper is based on open sources in Korean and English language, and thus information concerning provocations is indicative only.

A Model of Strategic Management for Local Government : With Special Reference to Long-Range Development Plan. (지방자치단체의 전략적 관리 모형에 관한 연구: 장기발전계획을 중심으로)

  • 김성배
    • Journal of the Korean Regional Science Association
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.107-126
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    • 1998
  • Since the election of governors and mayors by vote, many local governments in Korea establish long-range plans for their regional development. The major purposes of the plans are to set up development path for their communities and to devise economic development strategies. But most of the plans established thus formulated by the same method utilized in centralized political regime. This method is considered no longer appropriate to devise the long-range development plans for local government especially in the era of globalization and localization, where local governments behave independently, where local governments behave independently competition. We suggest an alternative way to establish such plans, based on the method employed in business sector. The plans, formulated in this way, are called strategy oriented long-range development plans. The underlying logic for the plans is non-linear one. The plans are issue oriented and focus more on process than outcome. Given that these features are properly incorporated in the plans, we expect that the strategy oriented long-range development plans can be genuine guidelines for local economic development in the years to come.

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