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Green belt policy change and uninvited aftereffect in Seoul

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  • Green belt policy change and uninvited aftereffect in Seoul
  • Lee, Manhyung; Choi, Nammhee
  • System Dynamics Society


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Title Green belt policy change and uninvited aftereffect in Seoul
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Author(English)

Lee, Manhyung; Choi, Nammhee

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[Albany]:System Dynamics Society

Date 2004
Pages 27
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Territorial Development < Environment
Holding System Dynamics Society

Abstract

Urban Dynamics (UD) modeling as a derivative approach of System Dynamics is useful in measuring the various impacts originating from the dynamic interrelationship between urban subsystems and proposed urban policies. This research revisits the basic premises defined by existing UD documents and examines the feasibility of alternative UD models. As a specific example, this research focuses on behavioral changes of urban dynamics if the Green Belt areas in Seoul and the Capital Region as a whole are readjusted. The measurements are based upon a series of simulation works on the urban system, going beyond the traditional triplicate set of population, housing, and business activities. This research estimates that the removal of Green Belt control would definitely exert a significant impact on the urban dynamics of Seoul. (The rest omitted)