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2017, Vol.27, No.4

  • 1.

    Analysis of the Typology and Factors Affecting the Decline in Old Industrial Parks

    Park Hwan-Yong | 박지호 | 2017, 27(4) | pp.7~20 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    This study attempts to diagnose and categorize the characteristics of old industrial parks, and eventually link the results to the regeneration of industrial complexes. For this reason, we performed a factor analysis by utilizing 15 indices of 89 industrial parks, excluding 5 large equipment industry sites. The 15 indices were classified into 5 factors. Factor 1 can be described as a category of ‘urbanization possibility’ for the indices of building age, plot ratio of less than 1,650 ㎡, and urbanization ratio of the surrounding area. Factor 2 can be described as a category of ‘productive efficiency’ for the indices of land productivity, amount of exports by land, employment productivity, and repair costs of industrial areas. Factor 3 can be described as a category of ‘infrastructure amenity’ for the indices of road ratio, plot ratio attached to the road, and parks and recreation ratio. Factor 4 can be described as a category of ‘location potentiality’ for the indices of land price, infrastructure age, and distance to the highway, while factor 5 can be described as a category of ‘availability of supporting facilities’ for the indices of parking lot ratio and supporting facility land ratio. By using these 5 factor scores, we were able to extract industrial parks included in the lower 25% of the factor score and searched for what kind of factor problem they have for each industrial park. Based on these results, this research will provide sufficient information on the decline of industrial parks with respect to their demerits. The results of this study show significant implications and contribute to the establishment of policies for regional competitiveness, as well as job creation, in the process of industrial regeneration.
  • 2.

    A Study on the Spatial Pattern of Other Vacant Housing

    노민지 | Seon-Jong Yoo | 2017, 27(4) | pp.21~34 | number of Cited : 4
    Abstract
    In this study, we defined abandoned vacant housing, as well as analyzed where and how the vacancies occurred. The temporal range of this study is 2005 and 2010, while the spatial range is nationwide. The minimum unit of space for the analysis is city district. First, we suggested that in the rural areas, it is necessary to manage an aged detached housing, while in the urban areas, it is necessary to manage aged apartments in order to prevent a large amount of old apartment buildings from becoming an abandoned vacant houses. Second, we proposed to select and manage the priority area in the empty area management. Finally, in the areas where other vacant houses are populated, the abandoned housing problem should be discussed with different measures from a long-term point of view in terms of population movement, population decline, and aging population.
  • 3.

    An Empirical Analysis on the Demand for Households with Disabilities

    GO ha hee | 홍재승 | Gyo-Eon Shim and 1other persons | 2017, 27(4) | pp.35~50 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The Korean society is currently at the level of discussing the living environment and the housing welfare as factors for improving the quality of life, in addition to most individuals or households residing in a living environment and housing welfare, according to industrialization and urbanization. However, even though the overall housing welfare of Korea has improved, the number of households with disabilities belonging to the social special class is not as high as that of the non-disabled households. It is a reality that cannot be done. Therefore, this study aims to identify the present condition and demand characteristics of the housing for disabled people whose social importance is currently emphasized among the social special people who can be called the social special class, as well as present the housing welfare policy to them and explain the purpose of the improvement plan. In this study, 4,277 out of 8,004 households with disabilities surveyed by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport in 2015 were analyzed. The result of the analysis showed that the economic characteristics (permanent income indicating the income and the user cost indicating the expenditure) of the housing demand of a household with a handicapped individual are important. This analysis will provide more effective policy formulation and policy direction for the families of the disabled.
  • 4.

    A Comparative Analysis of the Industrial Linkage Structure between the Real Estate Industries of Korea and the US

    YUN KAP SIK | 2017, 27(4) | pp.51~61 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to find out the implications for the activation of the real estate industry by comparing the structure of production and distribution, as well as the industrial linkage, of Korean real estate industry with that of the US through an input-output analysis. This study employed the World Input-Output Database (WIOD) provided by the EU in 2016. The results are as follows. First, while the share of the Korean real estate industry in the national economy has been steadily decreasing since the year 2000, the real estate industry of the United States is increasing. Second, both Korean and US real estate businesses have higher value added rates than the industry average, but the intermediate demand rate is lower than the industry average. Furthermore, the intermediate input rate and intermediate demand rate of the Korean real estate industry were lower than that of the US. Third, the change in the final demand for the Korean real estate industry has a lower production and value added effect on the national economy than that of the United States. Fourth, the industrial linkage of the US real estate industry is larger and broader than that of Korea. Finally, it is suggested that a policy to increase the industrial linkage of real estate industry with high value-added industries is needed in order to revitalize Korea's real estate industry.
  • 5.

    Effects on the Apartment Price of the Score Difference of National Unit Academic Evaluation - Focused on the Case of Ulsan -

    안문영 | J.S. Chu | 2017, 27(4) | pp.63~76 | number of Cited : 3
    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of the results of a nationwide academic evaluation of middle schools and high schools on apartment prices in Ulsan City by using a hedonic pricing model. The results of the middle school and high school achievement test, the College Scholastic Ability Test (CSAT) score for high school, the national united evaluation score, and the number of successful applicants to prestigious universities have a significant effect on the apartment price formation with a positive relationship. In addition, different kinds of academic evaluation score have asymmetric effects on apartment price determination. The results of the high school achievement evaluation are more important than the results of the middle school achievement evaluation in the apartment price determination. Among the achievement evaluation results, the ratio of the students with the higher education level is more important than the ratio of the students with the lower basic education level. Furthermore, the CSAT score for Natural Sciences is more important than the CSAT score for the Humanities course.