Based on the observation that electronic commerce is growing fast in the distribution service of Kore today, this paper intends to look on the background and arguments with respect to the policy that mandates the use of public key certificate in electronic payment, to analyze social well-being effects of adoption and abolition of the policy through an theoretical model, and then to provide policy recommendations for the future growth in electronic commerce.
Public key certificate, also known as authorized certificate, was adopted in the Digital Signature Act enacted on July 1999. Then, in 2002, the Korean government launched the mandatory use of authorized certificate in electronic financial transactions with a purpose of enhancing stability and reliability of electronic commerce, but has encountered several criticism which is directed at largely two targets: the technology currently used by "licensed certification authority" and the mandatory enforcement of a specific technology by mandating the use of authorized certificate in electronic financial transactions. (The rest omitted)
국내외 전자상거래 증진을 통한 유통서비스 발전방안(Past, present and future of public key certificate policy in Korea’s electronic commerce)
공인인증서 정책을 중심으로
|Series Title; No||정책연구시리즈 / 2014-07|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Economy < Financial Policy|
|Holding||KDI; KDI School|