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SCOPUS 학술저널

Comparative Studies on Ports Management System in Northeast Countries

Purpose – The purpose of paper is to review and look into the process of port development of each country, and compare with their system of port management. Research design, data and methodology – The methods to be taken is to examine a process of port development in terms of historic and regulated point of views, and each country’s port is compared with various port models. Results – China has evolved of port governance into 3 stages, which has lead to almost liberalized port management system in process of privatization slogan. Japan has three stages of port development, and key commitments have been done by local government, rather than national one. Korea has also several stages of port reforms, and national government has been deeply involved in port industry, as well as regional government and port authority in certain areas. Conclusions – whatever port management system each coun-tries has taken, it eventually aims to port productivity in coun-try’s port. To adopt most proper port management system may be answer for country to cope with environmental changes around port industry.

1. Introduction

2. Port Reforms in the World

3. Four Models of Port Administration

4. Port Governance in China

5. Port System in Japan

6. Port Governance in Korea

7. Comparative Views Between Countries

8. Conclusions

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