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An Empirical Analysis of Influential Factors of Spatially Exclusionary Residential Mobility in Korean Metropolitan Environments

Minju Lee 1 In Kwon Park 2

1서울특별시청
2서울대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study analyzes influential factors of such ‘Spatially Exclusionary Residential Mobility’ (SERM) in Korean large cities. Based on pooled data from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport’s (MOLIT) Korean Housing Survey, we analyze the factors that contribute to SERM through a multi-level ordered logistic model. The study finds that various regional factors as well as household characteristics influence SERM. Specifically, the study confirms the influence of regional mean of housing prices, apartment share, public rental housing supply, small-scale housing supply obligations, and activities of social enterprises. The results show that a high level of spatial openness for low-income households has a positive effect in mitigating SERM. Based on these results, this study calls for a continuous supply of public rental housing, a greater variety of housing types, more affordable housing for residents displaced by redevelopment projects, and the implementation of mitigation policies differentiated by region.

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