- Research reports
Land Management and Urban Research
The Land Management and Urban Research Division promotes research on such topics as urban regeneration and development, urban industries for the management of a dynamic and competitive territory and cities; urban planning and design, healthy cities featuring both a prosperous and comfortable environment and appropriate urban infrastructure; urban disaster prevention to mitigate climate change and natural disasters; territorial management and planning to protect and utilize cultural heritage and construct a culturally affluent and eco-friendly environment; and other national land management and urban policies directly related to the citizens’ quality of life.
The division works closely with the Center for Urban Regeneration Policy and the National Urban Disaster Management Research Center, and has maintained a collaborative relationship with relevant government ministries and policy research institutes at home and abroad.
|207||A Study on the Regulatory Reform of Telecommunications Policy for Promoting Smart Cities in Korea||Ick-Hoi Kim , Jaeyong Lee , Jung-Chan Lee||2018-09-20||9|
|206||How Korean Redevelopment and Latin American Slum Upgrading Diverge and Converge: Critical Reflections on Policy Responses to Urban informality||Soo-Jin KIM , Jin-Hui Lee , So-Young Lee||2018-08-17||2|
|205||Complementary Utilization of Disaster-related Districts and Regions for Disaster Preventive Urban Planning||Main||Lee Byoungjae , Kim Myoengsoo , Kim Soojin||2016-12-31||14|
|204||Land Use Regulation for Clustering Un-planned Estates in Non-Urban Areas||Main||Kim Dongkun , Kim Joongeun||2016-12-31||12|
|203||Urban Shrinkage in Korea : Current Status and Policy Implications||Main||Koo Hyeongsu , Kim Taehwan , Lee Syunguk||2016-12-31||7|