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The Analysis on the Policy Change Process of the Total Industrial Site Volume Control System through ACF

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2011, 21(4), pp.489-512
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

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ABSTRACT

This study analyzed the policy change process of the Total Industrial Site Volume Control System (TISVCS) through the Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF) modified by Sabatier in 2007 as an analytical framework. It was introduced in the amended Capital Region Aligned Planning Legislation of 1994 in order to control effectively the concentration of population and economy in the Capital Region. This study explored the stable parameters and the dynamic variables, actors of pro-and con-advocacy coalitions within TISVCS sub-systems, policy intermediaries, and policy outcomes by the past separate government from President Young-Sam Kim to President Myung-Bak Lee. This study confirmed that the policy of TISVCS has been deregulated gradually passing through four governments. It was thus understood that our society does tend to put the economic efficiency (the unbalanced growth) which is a theoretical foundation of deregulation on the Capital region before the social equity (the balanced growth) which becomes the theoretical basis of regulation on it.

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