The purpose of this study is to apply the Genuine Progress Index(GPI) to selected large cities in Korea to compare and analyze changes in gross regional domestic product(GRDP) and genuine progress index(GPI), and to find policy implications for the development of large cities. To this end, the Genuine Progress Index(GPI) was applied to Seoul, Ulsan, and Daegu Metropolitan City. The Genuine Progress Index(GPI) is an index that comprehensively evaluates economic development, quality of life, and environmental sustainability. In this study, GPI was composed of 20 indicators of 5 dimensions. Analysis result shows that GPI was lower than GRDP in all three cities. It was confirmed that the degree of genuine progress encompassing economic development, quality of life, and environmental sustainability was lower than that of cities indicated by gross regional product. However, it was analyzed that the changes in GRDP and GPI in the three cities showed different pattern of changes. In particular, in the case of Ulsan, GRDP was higher than other cities, but GPI was found to be the lowest. Based on these analysis results, policy implications for each large city for genuine progress were discussed.
2. 이론적 고찰 및 선행연구 검토
3. 한국 대도시 참발전지수(GPI) 분석