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An Analysis to the Process of British ‘One In, One Out(OIOO)’ System Transfer to Korean Government

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2019, 30(2), pp.195-223
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration
  • Published : August 31, 2019

HYUKWOO LEE 1

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ABSTRACT

The regulatory cost management system(CIOO), adopted from the model of OIOO in the UK, was introduced in 2014. The system, which links new and enforced regulation introductions with existing regulatory reforms, has been expected to be able to provide regular incentives for regulators such as government agencies and bureaucrats. However, this system has rapidly shrank with the change of political regime in 2014. The change of president, who has strong influence of the government, is a great threat to guarantee the sustainability of the system. The regulatory cost management system, which requires a high level of expertise for the analysis of regulatory costs, has been difficult to reconcile with the Korean government which has a bureaucrats operated based on rotation system. As a result, bureaucrats recognized regulatory cost management system as a heavy burden and somehow got to be incentivized not to be adjusted their behavior to this new system. The exclusion of the application of life and safety related regulations combined with this bureaucratic incentives played a role in significantly reducing the number of regulations which be able to be applied the regulation cost management system. Through this analysis, it can be confirmed that the indigenization of foreign system to the import country necessitates chemical bonding considering the state system of the importing country, the public personnel system and the bureaucratic incentives.

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