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釜山港物流中心型 自由地帶의 機能 및 經濟的 效果에 관한 硏究

Title
釜山港物流中心型 自由地帶의 機能 및 經濟的 效果에 관한 硏究
Alternative Title
(The) Function and Economic Effects of Establishing Logistic Free Zone in the Port of Pusan
Author(s)
손애휘
Publication Year
2000
Publisher
한국해양대학교 대학원
URI
http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002173874
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/9196
Abstract
The Function and Economic Effects of Establishing Logistic Free Zone in the Port of Pusan


This paper probes the necessity and feasibility of establishing a logistic free zone in Port of Pusan. It considers the logistics function of Pusan Port and the economic effects of establishing the logistic free zone, and suggests policy prescriptions for introducing the free zone system and improving the logistics functions of Pusan Port.





Major research findings from this study were as follows.


First, we found that the logistics promotion function of Pusan Port is competitive relatively, and specifically, and Pusan Port needs to make up the foundation for establishing the value-added logistics function and to supplement some of the remaining inadequacy in logistics function.


Second, this study analyzed influences on the Pusan regional economy of the logistic free zone system through a regression analysis. Using input-output table data, the regression analysis was able to provide a quantitative prediction on effects of making the Pusan Port a tariff-free zone. Influence for the regional economy due to the enforcement of the free zone system, we found that a strong positive effects should be expected on the Pusan regional economy once the logistic free zone would be set up at the Port of Pusan.


Third, the positive economic effects on Pusan regional industries might be further strengthened if the value-added logistics function of Pusan Port could be supplemented by linking to the hinterland of Pusan Port.
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