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An Evaluation of Environmental Administration Studies: The Trends and Characteristics of Articles Published in Korean Society and Public Administration since the 1990s

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2013, 24(2), pp.235-256
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

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ABSTRACT

This study explores the trends and characteristics of environmental administrative studies in Korea since the 1990s, focusing on articles published in Korean Society and Public Administration. In total, 74 articles published in Korean Society and Public Administration are reviewed, along with 82 articles published in Korean Public Administration Review. These articles are categorized according to the following six study subjects: administrative theories, organization and management, policy determinants, administrative structures, policy participants and networks, and institutions. Even though the study of environmental administration has made rapid progress in terms of both quality and quantity since the 1990s, further studies are still required on issues such as soil, noise and vibration distress. Korean researchers on environmental administration have also tended to pay less attention to international environmental issues like the sand dust problem and international environmental norms. As such, this study suggests that there is a need for further research on issues including environmental philosophy, global environmental problems, environmental industries promotion, tradable permit systems, and dispute resolution institutions.

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