The decentralization reform has been paid attention as an alternative way of improving the competitiveness of a nation and regions in many countries. Accordingly the attention has been given to how to make a collaborative partnership between central and local government in providing public services.
This study aims, under aforementioned trends of regionalization of the central government's function, to provide some alternative ways of making the partnership between central and local governments to facilitate construction and operation of transport facilities, especially focusing on the sector of public roads, since the importance of road is much higher than any other transport sectors in Korea. In order to achieve the study purpose, the study has three steps; the study first reviews the definitions of partnership between central and local governments from three different standpoint; regionalization trend, governance system and solution of social conflicts. It is also examined that the actual conditions of intergovernmental relationships regarding to the investment of public road in terms of construction, operation and management of roads. The second step is to investigate and draw implications from experiences of foreign countries as Japan, USA and France employing the intergovernmental cooperation system. The final step is to suggest an implementable model of intergovernmental agreement system to help make the partnership between central and local governments to facilitate construction, operation and management of road facilities, based on the existing problems and experiences from foreign countries. (The rest omitted)
- SOC 공급 및 운영 활성화를 위한 중앙정부와 지자체간 협력체계 구축방안(The development of partnership between central and local government to promote the construction and operation of transport facilities)
- 정일호; 이훈기; 오성호; 강동진; 고용석; 서순탁; 현진권
SOC 공급 및 운영 활성화를 위한 중앙정부와 지자체간 협력체계 구축방안(The development of partnership between central and local government to promote the construction and operation of transport facilities)
도로부문을 중심으로(Focusing on public roads)
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics|