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Comparison of OECD nations through a comprehensive evaluation index for low-carbon green growth

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  • Comparison of OECD nations through a comprehensive evaluation index for low-carbon green growth
  • Yoo, Eui Sun; Park, Sung Hyun; Lee, Min Hyung
  • Science and Technology Policy Institute


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Title Comparison of OECD nations through a comprehensive evaluation index for low-carbon green growth
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Yoo, Eui Sun; Park, Sung Hyun; Lee, Min Hyung

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Seoul:Science and Technology Policy Institute

Date 2010-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue STI Policy Review:vol.1(no.2)
Pages 20
Subject Country Canada(Americas)
Mexico(Americas)
United States(Americas)
Australia(Asia and Pacific)
Japan(Asia and Pacific)
New Zealand(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Austria(Europe)
Belgium(Europe)
Switzerland(Europe)
Czech Republic(Europe)
Germany(Europe)
Denmark(Europe)
Spain(Europe)
Finland(Europe)
France(Europe)
United Kingdom(Europe)
Greece(Europe)
Hungary(Europe)
Ireland(Europe)
Iceland(Europe)
Italy(Europe)
Luxembourg(Europe)
Netherlands(Europe)
Norway(Europe)
Poland(Europe)
Portugal(Europe)
Slovakia(Europe)
Sweden(Europe)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding Science and Technology Policy Institute

Abstract

This paper compares OECD nations by developing a comprehensive evaluation index that
examines the efforts and achievements of countries toward Low-Carbon Green Growth. The
input-process-output of a Low-Carbon Society system is in dynamic competition with that
of a High-Carbon Society system. The model used in this study of the comprehensive evaluation
index for Low-Carbon Green Growth was comprised of Large indices such as Input,
Process, and Output. The Input and Output consisted of ‘Social-economic’ and ‘Physicalecological’
Middle indices while the Process was made up of ‘Stimulation mechanisms’ and
‘Participation of stakeholders and Knowledge flow’ Middle indices. In order to calculate the
comprehensive evaluation index, our model gave a weight to each indicator/index and applied
a weighted arithmetic mean. Korea ranked 15th out of 30 OECD nations in the comprehensive
evaluation that analyzed Input (14th), Process (18th), and Output (17th). The top
five nations were Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, and France; while Japan was 8th
and the USA 26th.

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