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한국의 공공 건설부문에는 왜 그렇게 중소기업 보호제도가 많은가?

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2009, 20(2), pp.379-408
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

박성민 1

1한국건설산업연구원

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this research is to analyze from various perspectives the structure of a network that determines public policy, and to clarify the reasons why, unlike other OECD countries, there are excessive protective systems in place in Korea for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the public construction industry. The policy network model is applied to examine the policy process from policy-making to policy implementation. The policy structure is studied through the use of case analysis which provides a deep understanding of the appropriate policy networks involved. The structure of the policy network surrounding the protective systems for SMEs in public construction strictly hinders change of the current policy process because of the ability of a single institution to shape the flow of resources, knowledge, and regulations. Therefore, this research suggests the establishment of an independent supervising organization for the construction industry is necessary to alter the currentexcessive protective system. The support for SMEs in the public construction industry should avoid forcible and artificial interventions such as unconditional protection, anti-market restrictions, or additional distribution of resources, and should altered in order strengthen the competitiveness of SMEs, enabling fair competition between SMEs and major companies.

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