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Retrospect and prospect on regional industrial policy in South Korea : The case of Gwangju-Chonnam region

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  • Retrospect and prospect on regional industrial policy in South Korea
  • Lee, Sang-Ho; Kim, Seung-Leul
  • Tribhuvan University Central Library


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Title Retrospect and prospect on regional industrial policy in South Korea
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The case of Gwangju-Chonnam region

Material Type Article
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Lee, Sang-Ho; Kim, Seung-Leul

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[Kathmandu],[Nepal] : Tribhuvan University Central Library

Date 2014
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Development and Administrative Studies:vol.22(no.1-2)
Pages 16
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Others
Government and Law < Governance
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Abstract

Gwangju-Chonnam region has long been recognized as an economically hollow region of South Korea. Even though there have been various kinds of policies and investments to vitalize its economy not only from central government, but also from local governments, its relative position in the country is not much changed. This paper is devoted to examine the industrial structure enhancement policies in Gwangju-Chonnam region in South Korea. First, we review the history of regional industrial policy implemented in Gwangju-Chonnam region, and present some policy considerations on regional economic innovation. Second, we classify regional policy directives by historical period, describe policy contents of each period, and discuss the limitations of regional policies adopted by the local governments, after pointing out important factors in selecting regional specialized industry by regions. Finally, under the economic environment faced with global trend of open competition, a brief policy recommendation is suggested in the conclusion.