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Development of the improved Ex-post management of Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure projects in korea (국내 사회기반시설 민간투자사업의 사후적 관리 개선 방안 개발)

  • Yoon, Ho-Jun;Choi, Jae-Ho;Oh, Jong-Won
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute Of Construction Engineering and Management
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    • 2008.11a
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    • pp.601-605
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    • 2008
  • In the current Public-Private Partnership, Applying Ex-post management is rising after the completion of construction. So, Advanced countries of construction are getting additional profit from Re-financing while repairing system about Re-financing. But within the our country positive introduction is difficult because of insufficient of social sympathy about Re-financing, shortage of support from government and imperfection of detail regulation. So this study analyzes the cases of Ex-post management Which are applied to Public-Private Partnership that is adopted by project financing in domestic and overseas field and considers plans which can apply more efficiently in Public-Private Partnership. We anticipate that the results of this study can be utilized for materials that can help people who want to understand hereafter introduction of Ex-post management in domestic Public-Private Partnership and expect that the materials can be used for data developing system of Ex-post management.

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A study on Strategy of Korea-U.S.A. FTA Negotiation in Cosmetics Industry and Reformation of Cosmetics Law (한국 화장품산업의 한.미 FTA 통상협상전략과 관련 법규 개선방향에 관한 연구)

  • Park, Sang-Gi
    • THE INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE & LAW REVIEW
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    • v.34
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    • pp.189-223
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    • 2007
  • In Korea-U.S.A. FTA Negotiation, U.S.A. request to eliminate barriers of tariffs and non-tariff in trade of cosmetics. Korea applies tariffs of 8% on most cosmetics and personal care products. There are some non-tariffs barriers in cosmetics trade between Korea and U.S.A., for example, transparency on restriction and regulatory, cosmeceuticals, import clearance review, quality control testing, ingredient labelling. Tariffs of 8% on most cosmetics should be eliminated, a proviso of complementary measures on sanitation of Korean people about imported cosmetics. This is a meaning of reformation of prior management(tariffs) by strong ex post management in cosmetics trade. It is important that Korea should construct system of ex post management, for instance, construction of data base on manufacturer, importer, bland name of cosmetics and all ingredients of cosmetics. This is concerned with labelling of cosmetics and cosmeceutical and publication of Korean edition of INCI(International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredient).

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A Method of Improving Air Quality Impact Assessment and Prediction (대기질 영향평가와 예측방법에 대한 개선방향)

  • Park, Jong-Kil;Won, Gyeong-Mee;Kim, Seong-Su
    • Journal of Environmental Science International
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    • v.3 no.2
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    • pp.77-88
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    • 1994
  • When we conduct environmental impact assessment, main contents consist of summary, project outline, environmental conditions, environmental impacts due to the project, mitigation devices, and alternative measures of harmful impact on environment. In this Paper, to understand how they really conduct air quality impact assessment and prediction and examine their effectiveness, we considered the provisions and actual case of environmental impact assessment in Korea with that in Japan. As a result, we propose a method of improving air quality impact assessment and Prediction, such as reflection of the result in environmental impact assessment, detailed assessment focused on relatively important environmental impact elements, field measurement investigation over four season and seven sucessive days, the uniformity of units, the proper model development to predict environmental concentration and a biennial environmental impact assessment for ex post management.

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A Study on the Improvement of Production of the Manufacturing Industries

  • Park, Roh-Gook;Lee, Deok-Soo
    • Journal of the Korea Industrial Information Systems Research
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    • v.5 no.1
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    • pp.47-52
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    • 2000
  • This study objectively in examines materials related to factory rationalization of D Corp., a regionally based enterprise. One reason that previous factory rationalizations have not been all that effective is that each firm has not used strategies specially designed for it Despite the fact that each firm has a different culture, and different human and physical resources, the application of rationalization without any modifications has produced many problems. In order to stabilize the production system and reduce the capacity of the factory, D Corp. changed the basic 5 S's and stimulated the factory atmosphere through computer education. Rationalization stabilized and standardized the factory, and organized the physical resources and each area of the factory according to their place in the process of production. It also made improvements that verified the party responsible for the flow of the complex production system, and simplified analysis supervision of production, and ex post management. We think that the successful example of D Corp. can serve as a real, tangible model for small and medium regionally-based firms to follow.

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What Makes CIOs Successful?: Ex-Ante vs. Ex-Post Appointment Factors (CIO제도의 임용 이전과 임용 이후 요인에 대한 연구)

  • Han, You-Kyung;Nam, Ki-Chan
    • Asia pacific journal of information systems
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.123-139
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    • 2000
  • In order to investigate how firms appoint and manage successful CIOs, this study reviews previous literatures and finds major factors affecting the performance of CIOs, Eight factors are found and classified into two groups based on time horizon characteristics: ex ante factors before appointment and ex post factors after appointment. These eight factors are also re-classified into three groups based on the degree of interaction between CIOs and CEOs: CIO factors, CEO factors, and interaction factors between CIOs and CEOs. In order to investigate how these sub-groups affect the performance of CIOs, we have conducted case studies on 6 firms that are considered to have successful CIOs. The results indicate that ex ante factors, for instance, a factor whether the CIO is appointed from inside or outside of the firm, need to be carefully considered for the successful ex post management of CIO positions. This study derives several managerial guidelines and finally proposes a future research model for empirical studies.

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The Analysis on Managing Costs of Rules of Origin by Korean Companies in their Application of FTAs (국내기업의 FTA 활용에 따른 원산지 관리비용 분석)

  • CHO, Mee-Jin;LEE, Byung-Mun;SONG, Kyoung-Eun
    • THE INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE & LAW REVIEW
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    • v.67
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    • pp.163-186
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    • 2015
  • This study attempts to analyze the trade costs of domestic firms utilizing the FTAs in terms of burden of expenses in managing the rules of origin. In doing so, we classify the managing costs of FTA rules of origin into three categories (that is, (i) ex ante costs from acquiring necessary information and building the infrastructure in the advance stage before the FTAs, (ii) the actual costs of the origin management in the application stage of FTA preferential treatment, (iii) ex post management cost in the preparation stage of origin verification) and perform a survey on the greater details on each category. Using the comprehensive results from the survey regarding domestic firm's use of FTAs, this paper also discusses the issues related to small and medium-sized firms and addresses the concerns involved with their managing costs of FTA rules of origin. Importantly, this paper emphasizes the importance of government supports to reduce inefficiency induced by the additional costs that domestic firms face in their use of FTAs and proposes the various policy implications regarding the managing costs of rules of origin.

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