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국토경쟁력 강화를 위한 광역경제권 설정 및 발전구상(Delimitation and development strategies of mega economic regions for national territory's competitiveness)

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  • 김광익; 이동우; 박경현; 이원섭; 김창현; 박양호
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Title 국토경쟁력 강화를 위한 광역경제권 설정 및 발전구상(Delimitation and development strategies of mega economic regions for national territory's competitiveness)
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김광익; 이동우; 박경현; 이원섭; 김창현; 박양호

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경기도:국토연구원

Date 2008-12
Series Title; No 국토연 / 2008-26
ISBN 89-8182-571-3
Pages 321
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding 국토연구원

Abstract

For national territory's competitiveness, delimitation of economic mega-region and its development strategies in Korea would be summarized as follows.
Each country tries to establish a self supporting regional economy through promoting regional competitiveness with comparative advantage of its region, especially through regional cooperation in an economic mega-region. France, Japan, and Germany would be foreign examples of establishing economic mega-regions.
France divides the territory into 6 mega-regions, and set up regional cooperation plan withing mega-regions.
Japan is delimiting 8 mega-regions integrating local administrations and planning to semi-confederation system based on mega-regions of decentralized financial and economic power.
The 11 metropolitan areas of the Germany now lively cooperate within their region and the Germany government plan to extend their cooperation nationally into the 10 mega-regions.
Albeit the difference of the delimitation standards of the countries, most foreign case countries adopt the classification standards such as minimum population size, historical homogeneity, and economic homogeneity. (The rest omitted)

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