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Who supports administrative information sharing in Korea? : An empirical investigation of citizens profile

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  • Park, Jung Hun
  • Graduate School of Public Administration(Seoul National University)


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Title Who supports administrative information sharing in Korea?
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An empirical investigation of citizens profile

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Author(English)

Park, Jung Hun

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[Seoul]:Graduate School of Public Administration(Seoul National University)

Date 2008
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Korean Journal of Policy Studies:vol. 23(no. 1)
ISBN 1225-5017
Pages 17
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding Seoul National University

Abstract

Administrative information sharing is being promoted by the Korean government as an innovative measure to improve the quality of public service. At the same time, public concerns for privacy infringement are escalating. The core controversy is whether the policy can offer strong public goods to offset the cost of the potential infringement of privacy rights. Since it is citizens who will pay the cost of restricted privacy rights, according to the policy, administrative information-sharing should be designed and implemented throroughly from the citizens' policy-supportive attitudes toward administrative information-shring. An empirical study was carried out and the results revealed that public trust in government, public opinion, policy benefit, and privacy concerns have significant effects on citizens' support for the policy. The results are discussed in order to draw out policy implications for the successful implementation of administrative information-shring in Korea.