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A Study on Analysis of Policy Conflicts in Selecting Public Institution Location Using ACF : Focused on the Case of Kyeong-Buk Provincial Government Building

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2011, 7(6), pp.139-162
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

Park Dong Kyun 1 Lee Jung-Hun 2 Choi In Kyu 3

1대구한의대학교
2대구과학대학교
3대구외국어대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

As the social demand for public service has always been existent in Korea, It is necessary to inspect the decision-making process for selection of location according to relocating a public institution. Analysis showed that the issue of relocating Kyeong-Buk Provincial Government Building is comprehended as excessive competition to invite preferred-facilities between local governments as it has many advantages like administration service supply, symbolic significance, territoriality, solidarity reinforcement among the inhabitants of province, the mediator of the regional development, and so on. However, in contrast to the fundamental intent of Kyeong-Buk Provincial Government Building relocation, the interested parties caused the conflicts between local governments for lack of the obvious relocation-rules and universal standards. Therefor, It should be achieved to investigate the determinant of success or fail in the process of selecting the location of whole public institution facilities and especially grasp the conflict forms between support-alliance on ways of using ACF model, which will suggest useful experiential materials theoretically as well as practically through similar policy cases.

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