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A study on the Methodology for Vitalization of the Mini-cluster Network in Industrial Parks (산업단지 미니클러스터 네트워크 활성화 방법론)

  • Mun, Mun-Chol
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.1675-1683
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    • 2011
  • The cluster project in Korea has restructured to develop the cluster into a core engine for the pan-regional development policy and connect industrial parks across the country. Korean government has made great efforts to attract research institutes, support organizations and universities in industrial parks and enhance growth potential through a close cooperation network. Especially A mini-cluster is an integrated group joined by companies, universities and research institutes and support organizations. It has been developing business opportunities through industry-academia-research cooperation and providing assistance through network activities. Mini clusters have implemented a variety of network activities. This paper proposed three strategies to accomplish self-sustainable growth of mini-clusters. First of all, mini-cluster needs to provide useful contents that can attract the participation of members. Then it is necessary to promote mini-cluster initiative. Finally, mini-clusters need to make up a cooperative culture.

Study on System Evaluations the Location Suitability for Urban Mini-Industrial Complex: Case of Seoul Metropolitan Area (미니 산업단지의 입지적합성 평가 연구: 수도권을 중심으로)

  • Lee, Hyeon-joo;Choi, Dae-sik;Song, Youngil;Lee, Eun-yeob;Kim, Tae-gyun;Kwak, Byoung-jo;Ahn, Jae-seong
    • Journal of the Economic Geographical Society of Korea
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    • v.23 no.3
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    • pp.334-348
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    • 2020
  • Recently, the demand for corporate location in the city is increasing. Due to the difficulty of finding a large site in the city, the small-scale 'mini-industrial complex' would be appropriate as a future industrial complex type. In response to this, site suitability indicators was prepared and applied to the metropolitan area as a pilot. To this end, the under-utilized site were assumed as potential candidates for development. After analyzing the importance among indicators through a questionnaire from experts and companies, this was applied as a weight. As a result, candidate sites ranging from Grade 1 to Grade 4 were derived. The indicators that had a great influence on the location identified as a Grade 1 were transport accessibility and urban service conditions when the company weight was applied, whereas advanced knowledge industry and university/research center when applying expert weight. The Seoul-south axis and southwest axis of Gyonggi-Do were identified as the most excellent mini-industrial complex locations among the Seoul metropolitan areas. It means that the already formed knowledge industry clusters will be recognized as competitive future industrial locations.

Construction Background, Architectural and Urban Characteristics of National Housing in Janghang (장항의 국민주택 건립 배경과 건축·도시적 특징)

  • Pak, Sungsine;Jeong, Jae-Uk
    • Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Planning & Design
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    • v.35 no.12
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    • pp.127-136
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    • 2019
  • National Housing in Janghang was built intensively from the mid 1970s to the early 1980s, and has become a collective complex at Jangma-ro and Shinchangdong-ro. This Company House is a typical building for employee welfare, at the same time shows modern industrialization and urbanization. In general, it forms a housing complex and serves as industrial town. Reflecting the characteristics of Janghang, the housing complex is called National House based on the supply method and is also classified French Styled House in terms of housing style. Although Janghang was one of small local administrative units, it pursued urban style with mini-2-story. It has the typical characteristics as follows: division of the owner's living space and rental room, and independent layout of restrooms and washrooms. House is transformed to accommodate residents' lifestyles, so National Housing Complex of Janghang has undergone various changes such as the replacement of spatial structures and exterior materials for 40 years after construction. National Housing in Janghang is a symbol of local identity and an important spatial asset that shows the urban and architectural characteristics and changes.

Putting Seeds of Endogenous Development into the State-led Industrial Cluster : the Case of Gumi IT Cluster in Korea (국가주도형 산업집적지의 내생적 발전 가능성 - 구미 IT 클러스터를 사례로 -)

  • Lee, Chul-Woo;Choi, Yosub;Lee, Jong-Ho
    • Journal of the Korean association of regional geographers
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    • v.22 no.2
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    • pp.397-410
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    • 2016
  • Although industrial complexes have played as an engine of the Korean economy for the last 40 years, the majority of industrial complexes shows limitations to the continuous growth such as a lack of innovation capabilities and social capital, conceived as a key to transforming into clusters of innovation. To overcome those problems, the Korean government embarked on the cluster policy from the mid 2000's, focusing on promoting the endogenous development capabilities of individual industrial complexes. Drawing upon the in-depth case study of the Gumi IT cluster, one of the representative large-scale industrial complexes in Korea, the authors conclude that the cluster policy has contributed to making the Gumi IT cluster enhance the capabilities of endogenous development through the facilitation of self-organizing learning communities within the cluster.

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