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Policy Analysis in South Korea

Think tanks and policy analysis in Korea

Liu, Cheol / Cho, Byung-duk(Author)

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Abstract

Most major think tanks in Korea are government-funded research institutes. They play a dominant role in making and analysing government policies, compared to other types of think tanks. The Korean government established two research councils to support, foster, guide and systematically manage these research institutes and stipulated two comprehensive acts to regulate them efficiently. Policy analysis activities conducted by government-funded research institutes can be classified according to whether analysis and research are ex-ante or ex-post. It is necessary to place higher weights on ex-ante analysis. It is desirable to guarantee complete autonomy and financial independence of government-funded research institutes. Also, there is a need to reinforce the role of the research councils in promoting collaborative research projects across multiple government-funded research institutes.

Issue Date
2023-02
Publisher
Policy Press
Pages
316
Series Title
International Library of Policy Analysis
URI
https://archives.kdischool.ac.kr/handle/11125/54999
DOI
10.51952/9781447362593.ch016
Start Page
243
End Page
261
ISBN
9781447362593
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