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교통부문 국제협력사업 체계화 연구(A study on establishing systematic international cooperation program of transport sector) : KSP 사업과 신흥 국가를 대상으로(Knowledge Sharing Program and emerging countries)

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  • 교통부문 국제협력사업 체계화 연구(A study on establishing systematic international cooperation program of transport sector)
  • Jin, Goangsung; Kwon, Youngin; Lee,Hunki
  • 한국교통연구원


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Title 교통부문 국제협력사업 체계화 연구(A study on establishing systematic international cooperation program of transport sector)
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KSP 사업과 신흥 국가를 대상으로(Knowledge Sharing Program and emerging countries)

Material Type Reports
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Jin, Goangsung; Kwon, Youngin; Lee,Hunki

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Sejong:한국교통연구원

Date 2013-11
Series Title; No 연구총서 / 2013-12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics
Official Aid < Development Assistance
Holding 한국교통연구원

Abstract

Korean government have tried to improve the investment environment of the economy inside and outside Korea with the goal of building healthful and energetic markets. As one of national agenda, the Korean government have executed knowledge sharing program (KSP), which is to share the experience of Korea's economic growth with the other countries. The KSP makes a hit with officials and experts working in the developing countries. Recently, transportation has become one of the topics in KSP. In order for Korea to cooperate with the advanced countries for developing transportation policies and transportation-related technologies, and to share its knowledge and experiences in transportation with the developing countries for the better world, the systematic and efficient strategies for transportation in KSP should be needed with consideration of supporting new emerging countries with potential capabilities of economic growth with big population and opulent resources. (The rest omitted)