Regional and Urban Policy and Planning on the Korean Peninsula

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Harry Ward Richardson, Chang-Hee Christine Bae
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2011 - Political Science - 288 pages
The potential for reunification of the two Koreas, whether in the short or long term, argues for a comprehensive look at policy and planning issues that encompass the peninsula as a whole. This book deals with spatial policy issues in both South and North
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
3
2 Reinventing Korea
8
3 Demography and urbanization
21
4 Urban issues in the Capital Region and South Korea
33
5 Seoul
53
6 Quality of life and liveable cities
67
PART II Regional policies in South Korea
73
8 Balanced national development
91
11 The role of markets in North Korea
154
12 Lifting the North Korean economy
168
13 A global business strategy for North Korea
181
PART IV Reunification
195
lessons from recent history
197
15 A spatial strategy for Korean reunification
211
16 Options for the capital of are unified Korea
230
References
241

9 PCRD Presidential Committee on Regional Development and the new regional policy
106
PART III North Korea
119
availability and reliability
121

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