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A Study on Cybernetics Decision Making Theory: Focused on Central Government Gender Budgeting

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2019, 30(1), pp.77-117
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration
  • Received : March 31, 2019
  • Accepted : May 22, 2019

Jung, An Eui 1

1고려대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to identify the process and the cause of the change in central government Gender Budget expenditures through Cybernetics decision making theory. By applying the Cybernetics model to the career-discontinuity women support project implemented under the Gender Budget of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family of the central government, several incremental & non-incremental variables of changes in expenditure on Gender Budget projects can be found and important causes of non-incremental budget changes can be found. From the results of the application of the Cybernetics model, We have found that the difference between incremental & non-incremental changes is related to the difference between the information processing process and the adaptive learning feedback process on environmental change. In these two procedures, incremental & non-incremental decisions are different, but incremental & non-incremental decisions are made when information processing process and adaptive learning feedback process are performed to maintain stability. On the other hand, even if these two procedures are not routinely performed, seemingly incremental decision making can be made. This study found a various causes for changes in budget policy in the Gender Budget of the Women’s Ability Development Project for the Promotion of Women’s Economic Power. Above all, the 2008 global economic crisis and the president’s policy commitment to Women’s Ability Development Project for the Promotion of Women’s Economic Power are important reasons for the non-incremental change in Gender Budget expenditures and the change in women’s policies.

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