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Influence of Self-Regulatory Resource and Self-Regulatory Modes on Fashion Product Purchase Intention (소비자의 자아조절자원과 자기조절모드가 패션제품의 구매의도에 미치는 영향)

  • Baek, So Ra;Hwang, Sun Jin
    • Family and Environment Research
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    • v.53 no.5
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    • pp.543-556
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    • 2015
  • This study examined the influence of self-regulatory resource depletion and self-regulatory modes on fashion product purchase intention. Initial research design dealt with differences of the resource depletion effect according to self-regulatory modes. The study used a 2 (self-regulatory resource depletion: depletion/non-depletion) ${\times}$ 2 (regulatory mode: assessment mode/locomotion mode) between-subjects factorial design. Second, the research design empirically analyzed the influence of self-regulatory resource depletion and self-regulatory mode on the fashion product purchase intention by each product group divided by type and involvement of fashion product. The subjects for the initial research were 255 university students in Seoul, Gyeonggi, and Daejeon. The subjects for the second research were 873 university students in Seoul and Daejeon. Collected data were analyzed with SPSS statistical package with reliability analysis, t -test, analysis of variance (ANOVA), and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). The results were as follows. First, assessment-oriented consumers showed low purchase intentions about fashion products when self-regulatory resources were exhausted than when self-regulatory resource were not exhausted. Locomotion-oriented consumers, indicated no differences in purchase intention about fashion products regardless of self-regulatory resource depletion. Second, influences on purchase intention by self-regulatory resource depletion and self-regulatory mode were different according to the fashion product group. The results of this study implied that strategies should be differentiated when establishing a fashion industry marketing strategy according to the self-regulatory resource depletion and self-regulatory mode of consumers.

The Strategy of Regulatory Reform in Korea : Performance and Task of Participatory Government (규제개혁의 전략 - 참여정부 규제개혁의 성과와 과제 -)

  • Kim, Sin
    • 한국디지털정책학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.113-123
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this paper is twofold; 1) to evaluate the efforts of participatory government in regulatory reform, 2) to propose the strategies and tasks for future regulatory reform in Korea. An ex-post evaluation model for regulatory performance is applied to process, output, and outcome of the regulatory reform. The results of the evaluation show that there is still room for improvement in many aspects of regulatory reform. While there has been substantial advance in regulatory quality and management, carefully planned strategies are essential for Korean regulatory reform to move to the next stage of regulatory reform. Thus, based on the evaluation, future strategies and tasks for regulatory reform are presented as short-term tasks, mid to long range tasks, and continuous tasks.

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Economic Effects of Regulatory Reform in Korea

  • KIM, JUNGWOOK;CHAE, SU BOK
    • KDI Journal of Economic Policy
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    • v.39 no.4
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    • pp.51-68
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    • 2017
  • This paper adapts the World Bank Regulatory Quality Index (RQI), which is produced annually to provide a better understanding of the effects of regulatory reforms, instead of the Production Market Regulation (PMR) indicators, which are published every five years. We find that 9.9 to 36.0 billion USD worth of regulatory cost could be reduced if the regulatory quality in Korea improves to the level of the OECD average considering that the total burden of regulation in Korea is estimated to range from 2.2 to 357.4 billion USD. The estimated reduction in the regulatory cost accounts for roughly 0.76 to 2.47% of Korea's GDP in 2013, underscoring the importance of regulatory reforms for the Korean economy. This paper introduces a new method with which to examine the distribution of regulatory costs across different industries and firm sizes. This alternative method is largely consistent with the conclusions reached by other studies, specifically that small firms typically bear a disproportionate regulatory burden.

NUCLEAR REGULATORY RESEARCH IN KOREA: ACHIEVEMENTS AND FUTURE DIRECTION

  • Ryu, Yong-Ho
    • Nuclear Engineering and Technology
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    • v.41 no.4
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    • pp.403-412
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    • 2009
  • For efficient and effective nuclear regulation, regulatory organizations must establish consistent and rigorous regulatory positions on safety matters. These positions should be based on high technical expertise and relevant ordinances, standards, and guidelines reflecting policy changes governing nuclear regulations. The Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, a regulatory expert organization in Korea, has developed regulatory requirements, guidelines and analytical tools that provide regulatory technical bases for ensuring nuclear safety. The nuclear regulatory research also contributes to regulatory decision making by providing resolution for current and future safety issues. In this article, we introduce nuclear regulatory research and its main achievements in the past 10 years. Also, suggested here are future directions of nuclear regulatory research.

An Exploratory Study on Regulatory Agencies' Behaviors Responding to Regulatory Resource Constraints (규제자원 제약에 대한 규제기관의 대응행태에 관한 시론적 연구)

  • Im, Jae Jin
    • Journal of Regulation Studies
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    • v.27 no.2
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    • pp.71-104
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    • 2018
  • Regulatory agencies' response to resource constraints is an important issue in terms of regulatory effectiveness, but systematic research is lacking. As an effort to overcome this limitation, this study was to explore behaviors of regulatory agencies in response to resource constraints. Reviewing the precedent studies based on regulatory and organizational theories, the study suggested the potential behaviors of regulatory agencies under resource constraints: changes in regulatory processes, changes in enforcement methods, decoupling, and regulatory delegation and contracting-out. The study also discussed the realistic explanations of the response behaviors partly through the case of marine transportation regulation, and explained the problems that the regulatory agency's behaviors could bring about. Based on the findings, the study suggested that the regulatory framework should be designed to ensure the effectiveness of the regulatory system in consideration of the regulatory agencies' behaviors under resource constraints. The study is expected to contribute to developing a theoretical analysis framework ultimately for an empirical study in the future.

Easier Set Than Done: Stakeholder Engagement as Public-Private Partnership in Regulatory Policy of South Korea

  • LEE, JONGYEARN
    • KDI Journal of Economic Policy
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    • v.41 no.3
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    • pp.39-75
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    • 2019
  • An emphasis on public-private partnership (PPP) in the regulatory policy process can overcome the challenges hindering regulatory effectiveness with the emergence of fast developing technologies and new industries. This study attempts to evaluate quantitatively different aspects of institutional settings of South Korean regulatory policy in terms of stakeholder engagement as PPP, using evidence-based data released by the OECD. From the results of the principal component analysis, South Korea can be evaluated as being at a very good level overall in its institutional establishment. Nevertheless, the fact that the outcome of regulatory reforms in South Korea is still insufficient compared with this well-established system suggests that the country should concentrate on improving system operation. Consequently, this study makes policy suggestions to improve regulatory effectiveness through PPP by supplementing the facets that are well-equipped but not feasible with respect to regulatory policy cycle, regulatory governance, regulatory method, and conflict resolution.

The differences in procrastination and anxiety according to the gender and cognitive regulatory focus of university students (대학생의 성별과 인지적 조절초점에 따른 지연행동과 불안의 차이)

  • KIM, Bo-Kyoung;YOO, Soon-Hwa
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.853-869
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the difference in procrastination and anxiety as a personality trait according to gender and the cognitive regulatory focus of university students. In this study, we would like to answer the following questions: First, is there any difference in procrastination according to gender and regulatory focus? Second, is there any difference in anxiety according to gender and regulatory focus? The participants of this study comprised of 434 university students(171 male, 263 female), studying at 4 universities in South Korea. To examine whether the relative strength of promotion and prevention focus would differ across gender groups and regulatory focus type(promotion or prevention), we conducted a $2{\times}2$ factorial analysis of variance(ANOVA). The results of this study are as follows. First, there were significant difference in procrastination according to gender and regulatory focus, but there were no interaction effect between gender and regulatory focus. Second, there were significant difference in trait anxiety according to gender and regulatory focus, but there were no interaction effect between gender and regulatory focus. This study found that procrastination and anxiety as personality traits are differ depending on gender and regulatory focus(promotion focus and prevention focus). Suggestions and discussions based on these findings are provided.

Study on the Regulatory Compliance relating to the Prevention of Marine Pollution by Ship Scrap (선박해체에 의한 해양오염방지 규제순응도에 관한 연구)

  • Jeong, Hae-Jong;Kim, Jae-Dong;Kim, Yong-Bok
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.20 no.3
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    • pp.381-389
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    • 2008
  • In the present paper, the regulatory compliance on the report responsibility relating to marine pollution prevention working plan for ship recycling in accordance with the Marine Environment Management Law in Korea was examined. In addition, plans to raise the regulatory compliance based on the results of the regulatory compliance questionnaire survey and interview between the concerned parties were suggested. The result of the regulatory compliance revealed that the degree of regulatory compliance of all groups is 52.7%, the government official group is 56.5%, marine industry related group is 48.6% and ship recycling group is 48.6%. Counterplans to raise the regulatory compliance, such as public relations for the ship recycling and marine industry related group and the development of simple standardized report form were suggested based on the results of the regulatory compliance survey.

Study on the Regulatory System of the Shipping and Port Industry (해운 . 항만 분야의 규제 품질 개선 방향에 대한 연구)

  • Shin, Seung-Sik
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.27 no.1
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    • pp.1-8
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    • 2003
  • The purpose of this paper is to suggest the regulatory system to the shipping adn Port division. This paper indicates that the regulatory system of Shipping Port, and Logistics division in Korea in the first step and there need to introduce new regulatory quality management system such as Regulatory Import Analysis(RIA). This paper makes new collection criteria based on OECD(1993) standard, and applies to 314 regulation to collect the need to be deregulated, and 5 regulation thar need to introduce new regulatory system.

Comparative Analysis of Regulatory Compliance Issues in Korean and American Fisheries (한.미 어업관리제도의 규제순응에 관한 비교 연구)

  • Lee, Jung-Sam;Ryu, Jeong-Gon;Nam, Jong-Oh;Kim, Dae-Young
    • The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration
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    • v.39 no.2
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    • pp.1-23
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    • 2008
  • This study presents a comparative analysis of enforcement and regulatory compliance issues in Korean and American fisheries. The comparison involves characterizing factors which affect regulatory compliance. The study also suggests policy directions and strategies by characteristics of factors suitable to Korean fisheries circumstances in order to induce voluntary compliance from fishers and to make compliance friendly environment for the fishers. In detail, this study has 3 steps as follows. First, this study characterizes factors influencing compliance and non - compliance caused by various reasons and categorizes these factors by considering theories for fisheries regulatory compliance. Major categories of compliance factors consist of fisheries resources, users(fishers), and the government. Each category is composed of several factors and sub - factors by characteristics. Second, this study seeks to diagnose problems and limitations from the regulatory compliance in Korean and US' fisheries by analyzing the current status of the compliance in both countries. The comparative analysis between two countries highlights the problems and limitations of each country's regulatory compliance and leads to implications for Korean fisheries. Third, this study suggests policy directions and strategies suitable to Korean regulatory compliance environment through detailed understanding of U.S.' fisheries regulatory compliance. The suggested strategies are based on the concept of voluntary compliance and compliance - friendly environment, not command and control regulations. Furthermore, this study provides policy suggestions for Korean fisheries regulatory enforcement and compliance issues.

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