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한국형 협력적 거버넌스 체계 구축 방안 연구(Research on the building method of Korea model collaborative governance system) : 네트워크분석을 통한 재난안전분야 비교 사례 연구(Research on comparison case of disaster and safety area through network analysis)

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Title 한국형 협력적 거버넌스 체계 구축 방안 연구(Research on the building method of Korea model collaborative governance system)
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네트워크분석을 통한 재난안전분야 비교 사례 연구(Research on comparison case of disaster and safety area through network analysis)

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Author(Korean)

원소연

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서울:한국행정연구원

Date 2013-12
Series Title; No KIPA 연구보고서 / 2013-28
Pages 221
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < Governance
Government and Law < Public Safety
Holding 한국행정연구원

Abstract

As the awareness on the idea that effective disaster and safety management became difficult no more only by the efforts of government is spread, due to the change of disaster circumstances, enlargement of disaster and complication, etc., participation of private sector along with central and local government is emphasized. However, disaster and safety management through the participation and collaboration among various actors has a limitation that it can cause the failure of disaster and safety management rather than the control-centered disaster management by the government, unless the process of collaboration and adjustment is done smoothly. Therefore, in order for disaster and safety management system through various actors' participation to effectively achieve its purpose, above all, the role and the distribution of responsibility among the various actors must be done clearly, and based on this, it is necessary to build a system for effective collaboration and adjustment. (The rest omitted)