- Basic 2021-13
- Hit 947
This study began with the recognition of the limitation of the supportive policies of the central and municipal governments to attract young people to small and medium-sized local cities with the risk of population decrease, wherein the fragmentary supports are not connected with the migration or sustainable settlement of young people.
Jang - other reports
- Localism-Based Policy Implications for Regeneration of Small and Medium-Sized Cities Research Paper 2021.12.31 Hit 177544
- Management and Operation of Anchor Facilities for Neighborhood Regeneration Revitalization Research Paper 2021.12.31 Hit 11132
- Residential Regenerations Connected with Integrated Cares in the Local Community auri Research Brief 2021.04.22 Hit 8232
- A Study on Residential Regeneration Connected with Community Care Based on the Ageing in Place Research Paper 2020.12.31 Hit 4319