Korea Society for Regulatory Studies is a non-profit corporation established for the purpose of contributing to economic and social development by developing regulatory theories and policies suitable for our situation through active academic research, discussion, and exchange the performances among members, and proper devising regulatory reform measures on May 16, 2002.
Korea Society for Regulatory Studies is an academic society that is open to all those interested in understanding and explaining the phenomenon of government regulation. Professors who are interested in the study of regulatory phenomenon not only in economics, public administration, law, policy, and business administration, but also in any academic field, Researchers, experts, as well as those in charge of regulatory policy of the government, and all members of various economic and social organizations and institutions affected by government regulation can participate.
The main activities of the society can be divided into several categories.
First, regular academic seminars are held at least twice a year. Rather than taking the general form of introducing a large number of presenters to present the topic, the academic seminar of the Regulatory Association elaborately builds a detailed topic of the academic conference through a meeting, and then promotes and presents research that fits the topic. It is characterized in that it is operated to be the central point of discussion. Special seminars may be held as needed.
In addition, through monthly regulatory research meetings, regulatory issues in major fields are discovered, and through in-depth discussions and analysis, discussions on the direction of regulatory management in Korea and improvement plans are presented.
Second, through various research services related to regulation and regulatory reform, it attempts an in-depth analysis of fields that require empirical research as well as academic research. To this end, the Regulatory Society is actively cooperating with the government departments that actually design and execute regulations, the regulated persons subject to the regulations, or domestic and foreign academic organizations and institutions that conduct specialized research on regulations.
Third, “Regulatory Research”, a specialized academic journal in the regulatory field, is published twice a year in June and December. This journal is an academic journal registered with the National Research Foundation of Korea.
The organization of the society consists of the vice president, executive directors, directors, and auditors headed by the chairman, and there are research groups, general affairs committees, editorial committees, and external cooperation committees, making efforts to efficiently and professionally carry out the conference work.