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System dynamics approach and causal mapping analysis for the invigoration of renewable energy business

Hong, Jungmin

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Abstract

The renewable energy business is receiving worldwide attention due to climate change, however the supply status is still insufficient. This study aims to prepare a plan to invigorate the renewable energy business through a system dynamics approach and causal mapping analysis. Through careful review of previous studies and cases, mediate variables (acceptability of residents, resident participation, shared growth) for invigoration of the renewable energy business were discovered. A causal mapping was created through the analysis of the causal relationship between the dependent variables closely related to the mediate variables. And through this, a policy plan for invigoration of the renewable energy business was prepared. The policy plan was derived by applying the Galbraith's Star Model. (Structure: Establish an advanced cooperative system, Strategy: Establish a continuous government support system, Rewards: Develop a systematic profit sharing system, Process: Establish a strategy for each sector for shared growth, People: Strengthen governance among stakeholders). In order for these policy plans to be successful, the residents and the government must cooperate with each other in a horizontal relationship to find solutions to the problems.

Advisor(s)
Lee, Junesoo
Department
KDI School, Master of Public Policy
Issue Date
2021
Publisher
KDI School
Description
Thesis(Master) --KDI School:Master of Public Management,2021.
Keywords
Renewable energy sources
Energy consumption
Climate change
Causal mapping
Acceptability of residents
Resident participation
Shared growth
Galbraith’s Star Model
Cooperatives
Mutual cooperation
Contents
1. Introduction

2. Literature review

3. Causal Mapping Analysis

4. Conclusion
Pages
33 p.
URI
https://archives.kdischool.ac.kr/handle/11125/42653
Type
Capstone
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