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  • 산업단지 재생과정에서의 이전대상업체 선정기준 2010년 8월 내용보기 초록보기

    저자 : 김준형, 임윤택, 이상호

    • 대한국토·도시계획학회
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    2010년 8월 산업단지 재생과정에서의 이전대상업체 선정기준 Abstract
    Ⅰ. 서론
    Ⅱ. 문헌고찰
    Ⅲ. 분석들
    Ⅳ. 결과 및 해석
    Ⅴ. 결론 및 시사점
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      During the redevelopment of a deteriorated industrial district, certain businesses are selected to be relocated out of the district. Previously, these businesses have been chosen using physical, environmental, and economic criteria. This approach, however, does not take into account the costs and benefits experienced by the individual business. This paper stems from the assumption that the individual business best understands its own costs and benefits, and therefore should have a say in the selection process. Based on the analysis of the survey, the will of individual firms often does not match the external criteria, and even sometimes stands to the opposite: the more emphasized the external conditions, the greater the possibility of expelling firms which need to stay. 김준형, 임윤택, 이상호 국토계획
  • 항만지역의 도시재생 추진방향 2013년 11월 초록보기

    저자 : 임윤택, 임영태

    • 대한국토·도시계획학회
    • 국토계획
    • 미리보기 미리보기
    • 원문다운 원문다운
  • 2013년 11월 항만지역의 도시재생 추진방향 Harbor Cities which had led Korea's industrialization since the late nineteenth century rapidly have declined due to industrial structure change. This deteriorated port area has a negative impact on the city such as air pollution by large trailers, urban aesthetics issues, and citizen's limited access to waterfront area and these are the essential reasons why the port area should be revitalized. In this paper, institutional strategies for port city regeneration are suggested based on the review of the characteristics and situation of Korean port cities with the current regeneration projects. Previous harbor city regeneration projects in Korea were proceeded separately by various principals without any comprehensive promotion system. As a result, past regeneration projects are hard put to it because of objection of residents, aggravation of financial condition, and disagreement among related principals. According to foreign harbor cities of successful urban regeneration cases, three directions to promote effectively the urban regeneration projects in port cities are suggested. First of all, port regeneration projects need more comprehensive plan in the aspect of function, environment, and culture rather than a limited plan that only designs for the site. Secondly, urban regeneration projects for active harbor cities require an adjustment mechanism that all related principals can participate in and a system to gather the opinion of diverse principals and establish institutional measures. Lastly, supporting organization is needed to perform a wide range of roles. 임윤택, 임영태 국토계획
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