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pISSN : 1226-251X / eISSN : 2733-8371

2019 KCI Impact Factor : 0.88
Aims & Scope
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The Public Land Law Review is an academic journal published by the Korean Public Land Law Association.   The Public Land Law Review was the first journal in the field of public law to be listed as the journal of candidates for registration(1997.07.-2003.12), and it has been the registered journal of NRF(National Research Foundation of Korea) since it became the registered journal in Jan. 2004.   Since the first edition of Public Land Law Review was published on April 1 in 1995, the Korean Land Law Association has published four reviews every year and 93 Volumes as of Feb. 25, 2021.   The Public Land Law Association has published about 1,800 papers(Each volume includes an average of 20 papers) so far in the field of public land law and administrative law.   In particular, the Korean Land Law Association and the Universities such as Manheim, Tuebingen, Speyer, etc. in Germany have regularly held the Korea-Germany Administrative Law International Conference since 2005, and the papers presented by German scholars have also been published in the Public Land Law Review and recognized for an international exchange and authority.   The Public Land Law Review is recognized worldwide as the sole expert academic journal in the field of public land law, especially by driving a theory, a system composition and a development of public land law which is a new field of study.  
Editor-in-Chief
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Bonggi Shin

(Kyungpook National University)

Citation Index
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  • KCI IF(2yr) : 0.88
  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.66
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 0.745
  • Immediacy Index : 0.4468

Current Issue : 2021, Vol.94, No.

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  • Eine Untersuchung für die verspätete Beantragung einer Entscheidung über die Entschädigung bei Sanierungsprojekten

    KANG, HYUN HO | 2021, 94() | pp.1~34 | number of Cited : 0
  • Social Benefit Administration(Leistungsverwaltung) and Publicity(Öffentlichkeit) - Focus on a Comparative Study of Public Health Legal Institutions between Korea and Japan -

    Hwang Jihye | 2021, 94() | pp.35~59 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    The social benefit administration(Leistungsverwaltung) is directly related to the lives of the people, such as social security, electricity, and water, and seeks high publicity. In the 1980s, privatization(Privatisierung) led to the deterioration of public service quality, which led to problems of publicity(Öffentlichkeit) in social benefit administration. It is the public health sector that has recently become more problematic. Contrary to our perception, damage caused by COVID-19 is serious in developed countries with well-equipped medical environments. According to a report published by the Lancet commission on February 2021, the reduction of public health care was cited as the reason for the most damage caused by COVID-19. This article aims to draw discussions on the publicity of public health care from the paradoxical situation where damage caused by COVID-19 is significant in U.S. and advanced medical countries of Europe. Public health care system includes Public health insurance and Public health agencies, and among them, discussions in Korea will be centered on public health agencies. Because Korea has a universal public health insurance system unlike the U.S., there seems to be little need for discussion. On the other hand, public health agency system has experienced the closure of Jinju Medical Center in 2013 and the resulting medical vacuum in Korea. Therefore, among legal institutions of public health, public health agencies will be discussed mainly, and more specifically, local medical centers that function as local central hospitals will be discussed. In order to do a more timely research, we would also discuss the relationship between the reform of local medical centers and countermeasure to the COVID-19. The main method of reforming local medical centers were the reduction of public health care through privatization(Privatisierung), which, as seen in the U.S. case, is related to countermeasure to the COVID-19. In order to develop the discussion, the writer would like to compare the legal institution of local medical center and the reform of local medical centers in Korea and Japan. The reason why Japan is a target country is because it has legal institution of local medical center that is very similar to that of Korea and experienced the most active local medical center reformation among East Asian countries. The aim of comparing legal institution of local medical center between Korea & Japan; and comparing the reform of local medical center between Korea & Japan is, in the midst of COVID-19 Pandemic, to find ways how local medical center in Korea can function as the main institution to countermeasure to COVID-19 Pandemic in Korea
  • The Public Concept of Land Ownership and Revision of the korean constitution - Alternative Search for the Public Concept of Land Ownership : Real Estate Economic Democratization -

    Heo, Kang Moo | 2021, 94() | pp.61~87 | number of Cited : 0
    Abstract
    Despite the fact that the public concept of land ownership is recognized in the interpretation of the Constitution based on the broad legislative discretion of land, there have been repeated controversies over the legislative policies related to the public concept of land ownership, such as the return of development gains. In order to solve these problems, there is a conflict between the position that the public concept of land ownership should be clearly stated in the Constitution and that it can be resolved through legislative policy through laws related to the public concept of land ownership. This study aims to examine the direction of the public concept of land ownership by comparing and analyzing the legal issues related to the public concept of land ownership and the opinions of the National Assembly and the government on constitutional amendment, as it is highly probable that ‘the public concept of land ownership’ will become a major issue of constitutional amendment if discussions on constitutional amendment take place in the future. It also aims to contribute to the preparation of desirable constitutional amendments by deriving foreign constitutional regulations and implications related to land. In addition, in this study, as part of the search for an alternative to the public concept of land ownership, I would like to propose a plan to expand Article 122 of the Constitution, which was called so- called the public concept of land ownership, from a clause limited to the public concept of land ownership to a clause of true‘Real Estate Economic Democratization’ through the establishment of a "fair lease" clause.
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