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A Comparative Study on the Revised Bills of the Regulatory Freedom Special Districts Act (focused on the Revised Bills by Proposed Kim Kyung-soo, Jung Sung-ho, Choo Kyung-ho, Hong Il-pyo)

규제자유특구법 개정안의 비교 고찰 (김경수, 정성호, 추경호, 홍일표, 개정안을 중심으로)

  • Kang, Min-Su (Ministry of SMEs and Startups) ;
  • Choi, Ho-Sung (Division of Korea Association of University, Research Institute and Industry) ;
  • Cho, Han-Jin (Dept. of Energy IT Engineering, Far East University)
  • 강민수 (중소벤처기업부 감사관실) ;
  • 최호성 (한국산학연협회 산학연사업팀) ;
  • 조한진 (극동대학교 에너지IT공학과)
  • Received : 2019.01.07
  • Accepted : 2019.03.20
  • Published : 2019.03.28

Abstract

Special Act on Regulatory Freedom Zone and Regional Special Development Zonet" introduced a new type of 'Freedom Special Zone of Regulation' that is legally distinguished from the existing Special Districts for Regional and Regional Development to support the innovative and strategic growth of the areas, and even passed a number of legal grounds for providing innovative regulations for regional development projects or regional strategic industries within the Special Districts. Starting with the bill legislation proposed by The Parliament Members, Kim Kyung-soo on behalf of 33 suggestors, Choo Kyung-ho, Jung Sung-ho and Hong Il-pyo submitted the bill legislation on behalf of 10 to 12 proposers, respectively. As a major matter of issue, the purpose, designation, scope of application, promotion system, application of A Bill of Three kind on Regulatory Innovation, and Balanced National Development, many kind of regulation as like types of menu, special cases, punitive regulations, and so on have been argued until the end of the bill proposed from the beginning. In this study, the differences between the bill suggested by the Parliament members and bill approved already are to be compared and analyzed to confirm how the items on issue were reflected for the bill finally and to draw up measures for the correct operation of the special regulations.

Table 1. The Name of Proposed Bill

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Table 2. Regional Comparison by Bill

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Table 3. The Comparison of Policy Decision legislative bodies According to the Bill

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Table 4. Comprehensive Negative Regulatory System

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