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This Primer aims to share the knowledge and experiences of Korea in territorial planning and policy for the past 60 years. After undergoing turbulent times of being under colonial regime and experiencing war during the first half of 20th century, Korea has accomplished a remarkable economic and social development since the 1960s. Korea has become a favorite benchmark of many developing countries in this modern age, and is performing an important role in disseminating its knowledge and policy experiences to global friends. With such background, KRIHS is publishing this primer related to territorial planning and policy, ranging in broad or specific themes.

Title (PKPP 2020-02) Industrial Complex Policy
Date 2020-11-05 Hit 1955
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Industrial Complex Policy

PART I. Introduction

1. Concept and Development Objective of Industrial Complexes

2. Background of Introducing Industrial Complex Policies

PART II. Development Process of Industrial Complex Policies

1. The 1960s: Promotion of Export-Driven Light Industries and the Beginning State of Industrial Complexes

2. The 1970s: The Period of Industrial Complexes Creation for Heavy and Petro-chemical Industry-based Expansion

3. The 1980s: Pursuit of Balanced National Territory Development and the Period of Local Manufacturing Complexes Creation

4. The 1990s: Alignment of the Industrial Complex System and Expanded Development of Local Industrial Complexes

5. The 2000s: Growth of Knowledge-based Industries and Industrial Complex Diversification

6. After 2010s: Competitiveness Enhancement of Decrepit Complexes and Smartification of Industrial Complexes

PART III. Industrial Complex Policy Framework and Development Status

1. Industrial Complex Policy Framework

2. Current Status and Achievements of Industrial Complexes

PART IV. Implications for International Development Cooperation

1. Strong Policy Will of the Government and Efficient Governance Establishment

2. Building of Models Fit for the State Situation Including the Economic Development Stage and Industrial Foundation

3. Establishment of Effective Support Policies and Aggressive Investment Inducements