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Analysis of the Current Status of Hollowing Out in Rural Villages and Demand for Spatial Management
Yeo, Haejin Research Fellow Jung, Ina Associate Research Fellow
  • Provisional 2021-6
  • 2021.12.08
  • 3Page
  • Hit 994
Summary

The government recently revised the Balanced National Development Act(October 2021) to designate a population-reducing area and established a selective support system. The result of the government agency's announcement of high-risk areas for extinction according to the population extinction index had a significant impact on our society, and the discussion on local annihilation became the subject of policy.
In this trend, this study aims to discover the tasks of spatial policies that are distinct from population policies based on the common-sense understanding that even if the population is hollowed out, the land remains. We maintain the position that spatial management policy should be differentiated from the population policy. Therefore, the structure of this research discussion was established as follows to examine the issues of land use management, which should be uniquely addressed by spatial policies, in the context of rural areas, away from the population-oriented viewpoint.

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