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Frequency : The end of February, April, June, August, October, November and December
ISSN : 1226-7147(Print), 2383-9171(eISSN)
Journal of Korea Planning Association is an open access journal founded in 1966. The JKPA covers comprehensively the frontier trends in land & urban planning. The airm of JKPA is to contribute to advancing knowledge and understanding of both theory and practice in planning, by promoting high quality applied and theoretical research.
We publish papers on a variety of topics, contexts and research methods that examine the rapidly evolving relationship between planning and all other related fields.
We encourage a wide range of submissions, including but not limited to :
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Volume 56(4); August 2021
Kim, Soo Hyun, Choi, Chang Gyu
Land use and density in a city are shaped by various factors, such as regulations, urban structure, and the characteristics of individual land parcels. As a man...
Kim, Seonghun, Choei, Nae-Young, Park, Sungjin
In 2002, the Development Permit Regulation was implemented nationwide in accordance with the enactment of the “National Territory Planning Act.” It was widely e...
Kim, Woo-Ram, Sung, Hyungun
The inordinate dependence of travel on private cars has caused both a lack of physical activity and an increase in chronic disease. However, the advantages of p...
Kim, Taewan, Jun, Hee-Jung
This study examined spatial dependence in local suicide ideation and suicide rates among the elderly. Further, we compared the difference in spatial dependence ...
Song, Hyeseung, Eom, Sunyong
Supplying living infrastructure constitutes an essential issue in urban planning. It affects the quality of life and living territory of people. Several cities ...
Choi, Minhye, Park, Kijun, Jung, Hunyoung
According to the various potential effects of Personal Mobility (PM), it is necessary to introduce a public PM sharing service capable of stable operation for s...
Park, Jaesoo, Lee, Jae-Su
In recent years, computer hardware and software have improved in quality, and unstructured data analysis has become possible. Sentiment analysis, a technique ex...
Choi, Sung-Hwan, Kim, Hong-Bae
This paper attempts to analyze the determinants of regional differences in labor productivity and suggest a policy direction based on the results. The component...
Lee, Yong-Baek, Jin, Jangik
The paradigm for urban development has shifted from urban redevelopment to urban regeneration. This study analyzes how urban regeneration projects affect housin...
Yun, Sungjin, Kim, Kabsung
The link between housing prices and macroeconomics is growing. Moreover, the effects of housing policy have induced changes within the complex economic system. ...
Kim, Jiyeon, Nam, Jin
It has become increasingly burdensome to raise housing costs due to a continued rise in housing prices, along with the slowing economic growth and job losses ca...
Kim, Dong-Hyun, Jun, Hee-Jung
Most studies that examine local fertility rates by considering spatial dependence use cross-sectional data. Moreover, only a few studies have undertaken a compr...
Ki, Donghwan, Kim, Sunjae, Lee, Sugie
Urban green has various benefits, including promoting physical activity, improving residents’ health, and mitigating urban heat islands. Hence, urban green is c...
Joo, Jin-Ho, Kim, Hong-Bae
This paper aims to suggest a policy direction for reducing urban flood hazards. Specifically, the study establishes a runoff carrying capacity model that consid...
Yeo, Hae Jin
This study aims to suggest policy implications for the reorganization of spatial planning systems regarding planning autonomy in the era of decentralized planni...