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An Analysis of the Policy Agenda Setting Process of the Integrated Resort Development Policy in Japan

야스모토 아츠코 1 Kim Kyung-Hee 1 Youn Taek Lee 1

1한양대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study analyzed the policy agenda setting process of the integrated resort development policy in Japan. The literature that was reviewed covered the concept of IR development policy, the policy agenda setting process, as well as reviewing previous research. This study employed Yin’s case study method. The major findings of this study are as follows: 1) the 1st period policy agenda setting was affected by economic factors and the governor of Tokyo. This social issue was directly transformed into a policy agenda and the setting type was a mobilization model. This policy agenda setting ultimately failed. 2) he 2nd period policy agenda setting was affected by political and international factors as well as the Prime Minister of Japan. This social issue was transformed into a policy agenda and the setting type was a combination of mobilization and an inside access model. As a result of all these factors, a policy agenda was established. Theoretically, this study constructed a logical model for analyzing the policy agenda setting process while utilizing a foreign case study. Practically, the importance of the public agenda stage in agenda setting process was emphasized.

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