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|제목||The Socio-Economic Impact of Delays in USFK Base Returns|
<Background and Purpose>
This study provides a rigorous analysis of the delays in the USFK base returns to assist with their facilitation.
◎ USFK base returns have been repeatedly delayed because of the ROK and the US failing to reach an agreement during the environmental phase of return discussions.
◎ As a slew of base returns are expected to begin, there needs to be a rigorous analysis of what could happen with their delays.
－ The majority of bases to be returned have either been fully or partially closed.
－ Delays are expected for the upcoming returns because of the likelihood of environmental pollution on their premises.
◎ The study identified the impact of delayed returns and analyzed the problems that they cause.
The study generated policy recommendations by analyzing the impact of delayed base returns using case studies.
◎ In identifying the socio-economic impact of delayed returns,
－ The study confirmed that when returns are complete, they lead to positive outcomes such as population inflow, business growth, rising land price, and increased benefits from development.
－ It also predicted that delays in returns will lead to delays in delivering development benefits, such as limited development around the base, the spread of pollution, and budgetary loss.
◎ The study generated the following implications for policy on USFK base returns.
－ The institutions for managing USFK bases need to evolve to better accommodate the changes in society.
－ USFK base returns need to be seen through the integrated perspectives of area residents, local governments, and the national government.
－ USFK base returns need a long-term, sustainable strategy.
- 부서 : 국방자원연구센터(군수시설연구실)
- 직급 : 연구위원
- 전문분야 : 기지이전, 민군갈등관리, 환경정책
- 연락처 : 02-961-1850
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|이전자료 ▼||Defining the ROK and US Roles and Procedures for Constructing the US Replacement Facilities within Military Air Bases|