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한국의 경제성장과 입법발전의 분석(An evaluative anlaysis of Korean legislative development in relation with economic growth) : IT 법제(Information technology policy and law)

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  • 한국의 경제성장과 입법발전의 분석(An evaluative anlaysis of Korean legislative development in relation with economic growth)
  • Im, Hyun; Lee, Jun-Seo
  • 한국법제연구원


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Title 한국의 경제성장과 입법발전의 분석(An evaluative anlaysis of Korean legislative development in relation with economic growth)
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IT 법제(Information technology policy and law)

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Im, Hyun; Lee, Jun-Seo

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[Sejong]:한국법제연구원

Date 2013-07
Series Title; No 법제교류 연구 / 13-21-2-52
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Economy < Economic Conditions
Industry and Technology < IT
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding 한국법제연구원

Abstract

Korea has rapidly emerged as a powerful IT country with a strong will to enhance its information systems and has begun to prepare legislation that can respond to the ever-changing IT environment. In other words, the brilliant growth of IT services and continuously changing environment required development of comparable policies and legislations. This will apply to other countries that may be seeking economic growth using the rapid IT development in Korea as a model. Therefore, it would be highly significant to present the Korean experience in IT legislation development, problems, and countermeasures to those countries.
This research reviews the progress and changes in the policies and legislations concerning the Internet along with its development among the wide IT services. The government has continued efforts to include both the functions and dysfunctions of the steadily developing Internet in the legislation. (The rest omitted)