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[책발간] Korean Cases in Public Administration for Training and Practice/ KIPA 편저/ 대영문화사
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도서명     :Korean Cases in Public Administration 

               for Training and Practice


저자/역자:Korea Institute of Public Administration

발행일:30 Dec, 2016

페이지수:232

ISBN: 978-89-7644-595-7

판형: 크라운판

정가:15,000원


Foreword

Under the change of global environment, the importance of national policy is growing. Also, needs for the research through systematic case study on various policy are increasing.
Significant research on policy cases in South Korea are following. First, the Korea Institute of Public Administration (KIPA) published Cases in Administration and Policy in 1995. In 2014, the Korean Association of Public Administration (KAPA) published Research in Policy Case Studies, and KAPA hosted the 2016 Administrative and Policy Case Study Contest. These publications and events were for facilitating basic learning of policy cases, and contributed to the development of public administration and policy studies.
As importance and needs to policy cases increase, interest in the collection of policy cases and their quantitative and qualitative improvement is increasing. It is necessary to discover and develop meaningful and important policy cases and to share and spread the policy cases and administrative experience of South Korea as well. In particular, cases in public management, conflict management, public leadership, regulation, leadership, governance, and other policies are drawing attention of scholars, public officials, and the public.
Therefore, this research, which seeks to identify the relevant cases, analyze their implications and ascertain solutions to specific problems, is necessary today. For example, institutions such as the Evans School at University of Washington and the Kennedy School at Harvard University are independently identifying and accumulating case studies base on the importance of policy case study. In this context, it is a task of supreme importance to develop policy cases in English and to distribute to academic institutions and governments in developing countries.
With this background, this research seeks to identify meaningful and applicable cases in South Korea, and systematically analyze the dynamics in overall policy making process. In addition, we have constantly kept in contact with the distinguished scholars in the world to identify cases in English and to improve the quality of the research. The cases, seven in total, are classified into three categories: public administration, public policy, and governance. Each case is accompanied by teaching note in order to satisfy the needs of various reader groups.
This research presents the analysis as well as its implications in a multifaceted and comprehensive manner through systematic analysis of each case study. It analyzed existing literature, policy documentation, field research notes, and other documentation, and carried out in-depth interviews in order to reach policy proposals relevant to each case as well.
To sustain this research and to disseminate its findings, we are planning to establish and operate an online system to upload and manage policy cases through the KIPA website based on the benchmarking systems in place at the University of Washington and Harvard University.
Hopefully, this research contributes to the development of Korean policy case studies, improves the capacity of students and public officials regarding policy studies, and helps globally spread awareness regarding Korea’s best practices in public administration. I would like to commend the efforts of Dr. Su Jae Yoon, who was the chief researcher on this project. I also would like to thank Professor M. Jae Moon at Yonsei University and members of the Section on Korean Public Administration in the American Society for Public Administration, who were fully supportive in the crafting of this report. Finally, I would like to thank Professor Ha Zoong Song at Kyunghee University, Professor Gyun Soo Yoon at Korea University, and Professor Stephen Page at the University of Washington for their counsel on this research.

December 2016
Yoon Soo Jung
President, Korea Institute of Public Administration



Contents

차  례




Foreword/3


Chapter 01  Introduction [M. Jae Moon]

Chapter 02  Performance Evaluation Systems for the Korean
Central Government Agencies: Self and Specific
Evaluations [Younhee Kim]
Self-evaluation System…20
Specific Evaluation System…22
Leading Committees of the Performance Evaluation System…25
Self-evaluation Committee…26
Operations of Self and Specific Evaluations…27
Methods and Indicators for Self-evaluation…30
Use of the Evaluation Results…34
Potential Implications and Issues…36
Teaching Note 41

Chapter 03  Contracting Out or Contracting Back In:
School Foodservice Contracts in South Korea [Eunju Rho]
Case Overview…54
Status of School Foodservices in South Korea…65
Issues Related to School Foodservices…70
Teaching Note 85

Chapter 04  Work-Life Balance for Working Mom and Dad
in South Korea [Taehee Kim]
Work-Life Balance Policies in Public Organizations in South Korea…93
Addressing Interconnectedness between Work and Family/Life: Proposed Benefits of Work-Life Balance Policies…94
Context for Work-Life Balance Policies in South Korea…97
Case 1. One Working Mom’s Day…109
Case 2. High Workload and Work-Life Balance?…111
Suggestions for Improvement…112
Teaching Note 117

Chapter 05  Stakeholders in the Public Policy-Making Process:
The Case of the Separation of Prescription and
Dispensing in South Korea [Chul-Young Roh]
Background…123
Policy Stakeholders in the Separation of Prescription and Dispensing in South Korea…124
Policy Context in South Korea…126
The Road to Separation of Prescription and Dispensing…127
Teaching Note 132

Chapter 06  Transforming Seoul: Rethinking Neighborhood
 [Hee Soun Jang & Jung Wook Kim]
Community Building Policy in Seoul Metropolitan Government…139
Seoul Community Support Center (SCSC): A Nonprofit Mediator…141
Community Building Policy Creates Collaborative Governance…143
SPOTLIGHT ON COMMUNITY BUILDING STORIES…145
What is Next? Priorities for Effective Community Building…152
Teaching Note 154

Chapter 07  Critical Assessment of the 2012 Gumi Chemical Spill:
An Adaptive Governance Approach [Kyujin Jung]
Introduction…165
Background of the 2012 Chemical Spill in Gumi, South Korea…166
Adaptive Governance Approach to the 2012 Gumi Chemical Spill…172
Conclusion…178
Teaching Note 184

Chapter 08  Public Health Crisis in South Korea:
Policy Failure or Social Distrust? [Dohyeong Kim]
Introduction…193
Background…194
Three Critical Issues…197
Summary…209
Questions for Discussion…210
Teaching Note 215

Index/227




Editor
Sujae Yoon (Korea Institute of Public Administration)

Authors
Hee Soun Jang (University of North Texas)
Kyujin Jung (Korea University)
Dohyeong Kim (University of Texas at Dallas)
Taehee Kim (Seoul National University of Science & Technology)
Younhee Kim (Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg)
M. Jae Moon (Yonsei University)
Eunju Rho (University of Akron)
Chul-Young Roh (Lehman College)


The opinions stated in this book are the opinions of the individual researchers, and do not reflect the official position or stance of either Korea Institute of Public Administration(KIPA) or Daeyoung Moonhwasa Publishing Company.