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A legal analysis of natural resources management in Korea

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Frame of Image urces. A local community especially has no room for decision or choice relating use of natural resources nearby their native villages. Such legal theory as all of natural resources should be managed on the basis of the logic of state or market is not consistent with modern legal situation. While the current legal system is compared to the traffic signal [On-Off] model, the New Community model correspond to the play. It is also necessary to integrate several aspects of play model which comprises of a self-regulation theory on the basis of folk and new social contract theory on the basis of the local community around protected areas.
Ⅰ. Introduction
We generally think of institutions as the set of rules that shape the interactions
* Ph.D. in Law, Senior Researcher, Korea Legislation Research Institute 127
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Asia Law Review
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between societies and their governments. These rules are statutes, policies, organizational frameworks, folk laws, traditions, and other culturally-designed means that define the appropriate relations between and amongst individuals, groups, formal organizations(such as government agencies, non-governmental organizations and civil associations) and society at large. Such set of rules have a hierarchy. Government is dependant upon statutes, business company is dependant upon market and local community is dependant upon tradition. These 3 entities on the basis of different rules sometimes conflict with each other. Institutional cha


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Title A legal analysis of natural resources management in Korea
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Author(English)

Chun, Jaekyong

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[Seoul]:Korea Legislation Research Institute

Date 2006-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Asia Law Review:vol. 5(no. 1)
Pages 14
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding KLRI; KDI School

Abstract

Under the Korean legal system relating natural resources at many protected areas, the strict and over-regulated rules by government agencies obstruct the sustainable use and preservation of natural resources. A local community especially has no room for decision or choice relating use of natural resources nearby their native villages. Such legal theory as all of natural resources should be managed on the basis of the logic of state or market is not consistent with modern legal situation. While the current legal system is compared to the traffic signal [On-Off] model, the New Community model correspond to the play. It is also necessary to integrate several aspects of "play model" which comprises of a self-regulation theory on the basis of folk and new social contract theory on the basis of the local community around protected areas.