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A Study on Determining a Locational Priority for Publicly Purchasing Unexecuted Park Sites Considering the Level of Service Benefits

Lee, Gyoung-ju 1 Ahn, Myung June 2 이상민 3

1한국교통대학교
2서울대학교
3건축도시공간연구소

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ABSTRACT

As the sunset law enforcing the deregulation on the long-term unexecuted urban park sites approaches to be in effect, local governments need to determine where to put a priority in releasing the regulation. To make appropriate decision-making on this matter, some objective criteria need to be set. This study aims at proposing a location model to determine locational priorities for publicly purchasing unexecuted park sites. The model criteria comprise equity, efficiency, and cost-benefit. Conceptual definitions of equity and efficiency are made in normative perspective, and the two norms were combined into a location priority index. Conditioned on the results from the index, cost effective sites are to listed in descending order considering the constraint to budget available. To simulate the effect of the decision made based on the model, a prototype software was written. To see the empirical applicability, the city of Daegu, Korea was tested in the software. It appears that the simulation results provide some practical policy implications on decision-making associated with putting priority in the process of deregulation.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.