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산업의 녹색기술개발과 표준화를 위한 법제연구5(Legal and policy approaches for green technology innovation and standardization5) : 한국의 녹색기술혁신을 위한 정책과 법의 비교연구(A comparative study of legal and policy approaches for green technology innovation in Korea)

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  • Lee, Eubong
  • 한국법제연구원


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Title 산업의 녹색기술개발과 표준화를 위한 법제연구5(Legal and policy approaches for green technology innovation and standardization5)
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한국의 녹색기술혁신을 위한 정책과 법의 비교연구(A comparative study of legal and policy approaches for green technology innovation in Korea)

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Lee, Eubong

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[Sejong]:한국법제연구원

Date 2011-12
Series Title; No 녹색성장연구 / 11-19-6-5
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Territorial Development < Environment
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding 한국법제연구원

Abstract

In order to shift toward a green and low-carbon society, existing technology largely used should be replaced by new clean technology.
For encouraging and vitalizing new green technologies (GT, for CT; clean technology), there is strong demand for supportive policy tools and legislations for it.
One of the most effective policies is standardizing GT and connecting it to other diverse policy tools.
When it comes to such policy tools, multiple ways such as financing for green investing, environmental tax strategy and environmental standards including technical standards can be used.
This research is to purport to find more effective legislative way to use regulative mechanism for boosting green technology innovation.
This research purports to suggest more concrete policies and legislative approaches which can improve the relevant regulations more concrete.