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The Korea Institute of Public Administration
KIPA The Korea Institute of Public Administration
KIPA
www.kipa.re.kr
THE KOREA
INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION
235, Jinheung-ro, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul 03367, KOREA
TEL +82-2-564-2000 | FAX +82-2-564-2013
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CONTENTS
by preem
mptivelyy prooposing policies based on
coooperatioon andd cohesive reseearch
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President’s Message
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History
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Vision and Mission
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Key Function
KIPA’s Achievements in Numbers
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Performance
Organizational Chart
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Introduction of KIPA Organization
International Exchange and Cooperation
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Overview of Major Projects
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Information and Data Utilization System
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Human Resources
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
“K
KIPA shepherdds th
he advvanccem
ment of publlic adm
ministrration in Korea by adopting
a two-p
prongeed apprroach con
nsiisting of sociaal coheesion and globalization.”
KIPA(Korea Institute of Public Administration) was founded in 1991 with the aim of conducting research on ways of
improving the country’s administrative systems and their
operation, systemically collecting and managing diverse
information on public services, and promoting exchanges
and cooperation with various relevant research institutes
at home and abroad. It has since made remarkable contributions to the development of the country’s public administration services by conducting high-quality research on
behalf of its numerous customers in a variety of areas, as
well as for its own purposes.
In order to share the results of its in-depth research in the
fields of public administration and policy, KIPA has built
online databases in a number of areas (public administration and management, security and social cohesion, legislative reform, government performance evaluation, etc.)
to enable the general public to access the information
anytime, anywhere. KIPA has also made a significant contribution to the development of the international community by extending its high-quality consulting, education
and training services to various developing countries in a
bid to help them emulate the public service that Korea
provides to its own population.
As Korea is undergoing rapid social changes in the 21st
century, the interests of its people are becoming increasingly complex. This ever increasing conflict of interest
among its population, coupled with the volatile political
situation on the Korean peninsula and beyond, means that
Korea is often faced with numerous administrative challenges that cannot be solved by simplistic approaches. In
order to effectively analyze and meet the challenges of the
21st century head on, Korea needs long-term visions and
intensive research results that could present answers to
the question of how to increase social cohesion. Against
such a background, KIPA would like to fulfill its critical mission as the country’s only national research institute in the
area of public administration by leading the way to further
development of the country’s public administration services under the motto of “Social Cohesion and Globalization.” Based on the research results and networks it has
built up over the past 25 years, KIPA will continue to enhance its efforts for convergent studies and presents its
visions and specific action plans essential to the resolution
of various critical issues at home and abroad.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2016, KIPA will complete its organizational reforms and enhance its exchange
and cooperation programs at home and abroad so as to
make a huge leap toward a world-class research institute
in the course of this year. KIPA promises to continue to
serve as the country’s hub for communication and cooperation in the fields of public administration and policy
research. It will spare no efforts in its bid to become an
organization that is highly trusted by the Korean public as
the country’s proud national research institute, and fulfills
the increasingly complex demands for high quality public
services through its world-class research capabilities and
customer services.
March 2016
President of KIPA
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
Its achievements in the field of
cooperation and social cohesion
Since its establishment in 1991 as the country's only national research institute
in the field of public administration, KIPA(Korea Institute of Public Administration)
has done its very best to carry out in-depth research on public service in Korea
and presented proposals for improvements in the field along with future
directions. As the country's flagship administrative research institute,
KIPA has led the development and globalization of South Korea’s public
administration services. It has also acted as an independent space for policy
research in partnership with relevant agencies and the promotion of social
cohesion in the country.
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
23.07.2008 Inauguration of Kim Cae-won as the 3rd chairman of
the National Research Council for Economics,
Humanities and Social Sciences.
04.11.2009 Inauguration of Park Eung-kyuk as the 8th president of
KIPA.
04.01.2010 Designation as the Specialized Conflict Management
Educational Facility.
29.03.2011 Launch of the Center for Social Surveys.
23.07 Inauguration of Park Jin-geun as the 4th chairman of
the National Research Council for Economics,
Humanities and Social Sciences.
05.10 Celebration of the 20th anniversary of KIPA.
04.11.2012 Inauguration of Lee Eun-jae as the 9th president of KIPA.
07.05.2013 Designation as an Outstanding Public Service Institute
for the second consecutive year.
Awarded an Outstanding Public Institute Prize 2012 in
the field of management.
01.07 Designation as a Statistics Collection Agency (Statistics
Korea : pursuant to Article 15 of the Statistics Act and
Article 18 of its enforcement decree).
09.07 Survey on Social Cohesion in Korea approved by
Statistics Korea.
01.01.2014 Launch of the Center for International Public
Cooperation.
18.06.2014 Designation as a Specialized Legislation Cost Analysis
Institute in the field of public administration and social
affairs.
07.10.2015 Signboard hanging ceremony on the occasion of the
relocation of the agency’s own office building to an
independent headquarters in Bulgwang-dong,
Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul.
09.11 Inauguration of Jung Yoon-soo as the 10th president of
KIPA.
08.12 Selection by Statistics Korea as an Outstanding Agency
in the field of Integrated National Statistical DB
Management.
05.12.2001 Signed MOU with Hannam University
MOU HISTORY
HISTORY
KIPA
14.01.1991 Proclamation of the Korea Institute of Public Administration
Act (Act No. 4335).
20.05 Proclamation of the enforcement ordinance of the KIPA Act
(Presidential Decree No. 13371).
26.08 Donation by the country's president (founder) for the
establishment of KIPA
27.09 Launch of KIPA.
01.10 Inauguration of Ro Chung-hyun as the first president of KIPA.
05.10 Opening of KIPA.
20.12 Inauguration of GangYeong-hun as the first chairman of KIPA.
24.05.1993 Inauguration of Yi Heon-jae as the 2nd chairman of KIPA.
01.10.1994 Inauguration of Ro Chung-hyun as the 2nd president of KIPA.
22.12 Inauguration of Yi Heon-jae as the 3rd chairman of KIPA.
01.10.1997 Inauguration of Chung Moon-hwa as the 3rd president of
KIPA.
27.12 Inauguration of Yi Heon-jae as the 4th chairman of KIPA.
02.04.1998 Inauguration of Kim Young-pyoung as the 4th president of
KIPA.
12.05 Inauguration of Yi Yeon-taek as the 5th chairman of KIPA.
29.01.1999 Enactment and promulgation of The Act on the
Establishment, Operation and Fostering of GovernmentFunded Research Institutions and its Enforcement Decree.
15.03 Inauguration of Kim Yeong-jin as the 1st chairman of the
KRCHS.
01.10.2000 Inauguration of Hwang Yoon-won as the 5th president of
KIPA.
14.07.2001 Designation as a Specialized Research Institute for the
appraisal of government performance.
15.03.2002 Inauguration of Kim In-su as the 2nd chairman of the KRCHS.
17.04 Designation as a Specialized Legislation Research Institute.
01.04.2003 Inauguration of Choi Song-wha as the 3rd chairman of the
KRCHS.
01.10 Inauguration of Kim Joong-yang as the 6th president of KIPA.
04.11.2006 Inauguration of Jung Yong-duck as the 7th president of KIPA.
05.09.2007 Designation as the Specialized Conflict Management
Research Institute.
24.03.2002 Signed MOU with The American Society for Public
Administration
03.04.2006 Signed MOU with The Hope Institute
10.05 Signed MOU with Chung-Ang University
23.03.2007 Signed MOU with NAPA, USA
09.10 Signed MOU with USC SPPD
01.09.2008 Signed MOU with Department of Public Administration,
National Chengchi University in Taiwan
09.03.2009 Signed MOU with American Society for Public
Administration (ASPA)
20.04 Signed MOU with Chinese Culture University
27.05.2010 Signed MOU with The Institute of State Organizational
Sciences, Ministry Vietnam (ISOS)
06.09 Signed MOU with Academy of Public Administration in
Belarus
08.04.2011 Signed MOU with Ministry of Public Administration and
Security
03.12 Signed MOU with Yunnan Public Administration College
07.09.2012 Signed MOU with Government Employees Pension
Service
26.09 Signed MOU with Nomura Research Institute in Japan
08.02.2013 Signed MOU with Korea International Cooperation
Agency (KOICA)
13.02 Signed MOU with Statistics Korea
27.02 Signed MOU with Administrative Affairs Center, Ministry
of Public Service and Labour in Rwanda
04.04 Signed MOU with Changwon City Hall
06.17 Signed MOU with Ministry of Patriots and Veterans
Affairs
25.07 Signed MOU with North-West Institute of Management,
Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy
and Public Administration
29.07 Signed MOU with University of Birmingham in England
08.11 Signed MOU with Presidential Committee for National
Cohesion
22.11 Signed MOU with University of York in England
10.03.2014 Signed MOU with Presidential Committee for National
Cohesion
01.04 Signed MOU with National School of Administration
(SNA)
23.04 Signed MOU with Electronic Government System
Development Center in Uzbekistan
10.06 Signed MOU with OECD Korea Policy Centre
10.07 Signed MOU with Science Council of Japan (SCJ)
30.07 Signed MOU with Department of Public Administration
Reform in Cote d’lvoire
24.09 Signed MOU with National University of Public Service
in Hungary
29.01.2015 Signed MOU with Gachon University
29.04 Signed MOU with Ministry of Personnel Management
07.05 Signed MOU with Ministry of the Interior
21.05 Signed MOU with Civil Service University in Ethiopia
VISION AND MISSION
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Driving Strategies of KIPA
Vision and Mission
‘Administration’ refers to all activities that are performed by the government with the aim of enabling
the population to lead convenient and affluent lives. The Korea Institute of Public Administration(KIPA)
studies administration in order to create a better environment in which people can lead happier lives and also
to advance Korea as a country. To properly implement administration while keeping up with the changes of
the time, KIPA strives to serve as a creative research institute that leads to the growth of administration.
Vision
To serve as a national policy research institute that leads the growth of administration
through cohesion and globalization
Management Objectives
• To vitalize interdisciplinary research by promoting wider cooperation
• To establish an organizational culture capable of coping with changes in the administrative environment
• To serve as a research institute that is trusted by its customers
Purpose of KIPA’s Establishment
To collect,
manage and
support
administration-related
data and
information
To conduct
research on ways
of improving and
implementing
administrative
policies
Driving Strategies(9 Strategic Projects)
• Interdisciplinary research with the aim of proposing strategies for state affairs
• Research through domestic and international communication and cooperation
• Improvement of applicability of research output
• Rationalization of research organizations to improve research efficiency
• Vitalization of research support through communication and cooperation
• Establishment of an organizational culture in which all members are happy
Development
of National
Administration
• Reinforcement of communication with and response to strategic customers
• Reinforcement of participatory cooperation and exchange with strategic customers
• Provision of services tailored to strategic customers
To pursue
joint projects and
exchanges with
domestic and
international research
institutes
25 Assignments Pursued by KIPA
01 Expansion of interdisciplinary research in various areas
02 Vitalization of base research on historic self-examination
13 Vitalization of communication and cooperation among
departments
03 Expansion of future-oriented base research
14 Operation of transparent personnel management
04 Discovery of demand-centered strategic research
15 Advancement of labor-management relations
05 Construction and operation of a research database
16 Research support service
06 Vitalization of research cooperation and exchange
domestically and internationally
17 Encouragement of the members
07 Expansion of field-centered policy case studies
19 Preparation of a PR system for improving public awareness
08 Development and operation of the KIPA Index
20 Strengthening of the external PR of research results
09 Improvement of reliability of the research institute
10 Improvement of the level of contribution to policies
21 Expansion and consolidation of the network of domestic strategic
customers
11 Restructuring of the organization to cope with changes in
the internal and external environments
22 Expansion and consolidation of the network of international
strategic customers
12 Strengthening of the executive management system led by
the department leader
23 Provision of services tailored to research customers
18 Improvement of strategic customers’ satisfaction
24 Provision of services tailored to domestic strategic customers
25 Provision of services tailored to international strategic customers
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
KEY FUNCTION
Headquarters of Administration Research
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Headquarters of Administration Research
KIPA supports the administrative management and policies of various government agencies
including the Office for Government Policy Coordination, the Ministry of Strategy & Finance,
the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Personnel Management, and Ministry of Public Safety & Security.
To efficiently respond to policy demands in various areas, KIPA operates three professional research teams and
three centers, performing research in a systematic way.
Role as an agency that conducts research on
state affairs evaluation
Role as an agency that conducts research on
finance and budgets
• Research on government’s performance review
• Research on financial affairs and accounting systems
• Research on the evaluation system and its operation
• Research on the budget system
• Research on performance management in the public sector
• Research on the pension and fund system
• Research on investigative work regarding evaluations
• Research on public agencies’ management diagnosis
• Research on analyses and performance evaluation
• Research on state-or public-owned properties and assets
• Research on social welfare in general
Headquarters of administration research on
HR, organization, e-Government and administrative advancement
• Research on ways of developing administration to cope with changes in domestic
and international politics and the social environment
• Research on the public governance system for increasing national competitiveness
• Research on the public official system and policies
• Research on the management of human resources in the public sector
• Research on job analyses and performance evaluation
• Research on systems of government organization management, such as organizational diagnosis
• Research on reform of government functions and restructuring of government organizations
• Research on national informatization and e-Government
• Research on administrative reform and advancement
• Research on policies for governmental public relations
• Research on future strategies and promotion system
• Investigative research on corruption
Role as an agency that conducts
research on international
administrative cooperation
• Research on national
competitiveness and cooperation on
international development
• Research on the assessment of
ODA business
• Research on the fostering of experts
in international cooperation
• Research on the administrative
systems of recipient nations
• Research on the development of
ODA contents and programs
tailored to recipient nations
Role as an agency that conducts
research on future administrative
strategies
Role as an agency dedicated to
research on regulatory reform
• Research on future administration
and government reform theories
• Research on regulation theories
and systems
• Research on social risks and
disaster management
• Research on RIA
(Regulatory Impact Analysis)
• Research on organizational
management systems, including
organizational diagnosis, and
research on adjustment and
analysis of government functions
• Functions of educational training
related to regulations
• Investigation of and research on
corruption
• Research on regulatory reform
and policies
• Provision of support for the
Regulatory Reform Committee and
other administrative agencies on all
work related to regulation
• Functions as a professional research
agency on regulation
Role as a center of administrative
information
Role as a center of international
exchange and cooperation dedicated
to research on administration
• Collection, management and
support of domestic and
international data and information
related to administration
• International exchanges of
administrative information and data,
external PR of Korean administration
• Publication of magazines and
academic journals focused on
administration
• Exchange and joint-utilization of data
among relevant research agencies
• Investigation and analysis of public
opinion on projects related to policy
and administration
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
• Joint research with renowned
international research centers,
promotion of exchanges on global
administration by hosting seminars,
etc.
• Invitation of globally distinguished
scholars and persons to public
lectures and discussions on the
growth of research
Role as a professional investigation
center in the public sector
• Investigation business of current
issues of the state
• Investigation business of areas of
social conflict
• Investigation business of awareness
of the general public and public
officials regarding current social
issues
• Production/compilation,
management and utilization of
statistical data
• Academic events and education
related to social investigations, etc.
KIPA’s Achievements in Numbers
The only national research institute
in the area of public administration
in Korea.
As the only national research institute in Korea in the field of
public administration, KIPA conducts research on various
policies and proposes improvements to the country’s
public services.
It also seeks to realize social integration through reviewing
the validity of regulations and implementing conflict
resolution training for public sector employees.
Celebrating its 25th
anniversary this year,
KIPA vows to make
continuous efforts for
further significant
development in its service.
Executed MOUs with 21 countries.
EXCELLENCE
KIPA is also an organization that makes policy proposals
based on concrete evidence gathered by various statistics
and survey activities in different areas of the society and
communicates with international organizations, such as
the UNDP and World Bank as well as developing countries in
Africa and Asia to pass down Korea’s experience with public
administration services.
In 2016, KIPA, which just welcomed its 25th anniversary
along with the opening of an independent headquarters,
hopes to march forward based on its accumulated
competency while implementing innovative ideas.
Ranked 2nd among
“Korea’s Top 100 Think Tanks in Politics/
Social Affairs 2015”
by the Korea Economic Daily.
KIPA has provided conflict management training to
1,105 personnel in charge of conflict management
in the central government and the country’s public institutions.
The Survey on the State of Social
Cohesion conducted by KIPA received
the highest evaluation
by Statistics Korea for the quality of
the statistical data presented
in the survey for two years in a row.
KIPA has completed 454 legislation cost
analyss and impact analysis review.
PERFORMANCE
Leading the growth of administration through cohesion and globalization
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Leading the growth of administration through
cohesion and globalization
As the sole national policy research institution in the field of administration, KIPA has provided theoretical and
practical foundations for the government’s administrative operations over the past 25 years. It efficiently
analyzes the national administrative system, actively responds to current policy issues, and conducts
comprehensive research from the customer’s point of view. KIPA’s core research competency, owned by each
research department and center, has brought positive changes to Korean administration and achieved tangible
results through “cooperation and cohesion research”.
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A research agency specializing in administration
The helper of administration in general
Enhanced reputation as a professional research agency that supports
government policies
Since 2001, KIPA has consistently carried out its activities as a “professional research agency dedicated to the evaluation of government performance,” performing
a variety of research projects and support work including public satisfaction surveys,
reviews of performance indices, and an evaluation database construction project.
Actively responding to Korean society’s latest policy issues and agendas
Since 2008, KIPA has been contributing to the establishment of policies on disaster safety management by carrying out the “national disaster safety management
research project” and seeking cooperation among government agencies and academic circles.
KIPA contributes to the establishment of policies on disaster safety
management for various departments including the Ministry of Public Safety & Security
KIPA oversees surveys on public satisfaction
with the central government agencies’ projects and agendas
KIPA conducts policy research through academic cooperation with research agencies
under the National Research Council for Economics, Humanities & Social Science
KIPA inspects central administrative agencies’ methods of internal assessment
KIPA reviews performance objectives and manages project performance
indices for each department and agency
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KIPA is building a government performance evaluation system database
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KIPA International Seminar on Legislative
Reforms 2014,
Seeking a new paradigm of legislative reforms
and the resolution of social conflicts
(12.11.2014)
Designated as a specialized legislation cost analysis institute
Ever since its designation as a “specialized legislation cost analysis institute in the
field of public administration and social affairs” in July 2014, KIPA has been conducting diverse business and research projects related to regulation, including
regulatory effect analysis, verification of regulatory costs, support for regulatory
effect analysis and educational training, comparative analysis of regulatory systems around the world, and establishment of an international cooperation network of regulatory experts.
KIPA hosted regulatory reform education for 21 government agencies
including the Ministry of the Interior
KIPA reviewed regulatory effect analysis reports of diverse administrative and
social departments and agencies
(438 reports in total [based on regulatory work], as of 12/31/2015)
KIPA prepared its opinions on cost verification for 16 representative regulatory
cost analysis reports written by various demonstrating departments as a part of
the 2nd total regulatory cost system (as of 12/31/2015)
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The Korea Institute of Public Administration
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ADR Expert Training Course
(24.07.2015)
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A joint launch ceremony for
the Department of Regulatory Research
(18.06.2014)
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The 2015 KIPA Academic Conference on
Conflict Management,
Achievements and Challenges in
the Resolution of Public Conflicts
(09.12.2015)
Designated as a professional research and education institute for conflict
management
Since 2007, KIPA has been conducting research and education necessary to reinforce the public sector’s competency in conflict management under its remit as a
“professional research and education institute for government conflict management,” as designated by the Office for Government Policy Coordination.
KIPA conducts research on the prevention and solution of public conflicts as well as
theories, systems and policies regarding social capital, based on cooperative governance
among the government, the private sector, and civil society
In 2015, KIPA hosted education sessions for 291 people in
the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) General Course,
131 people in the ADR Expert Training Course, and 93 people in the Personalized Theme
Course through internal education (conflict arbitration program)
KIPA hosted education sessions (rolling and themed education) commissioned by
the Office for Government Policy Coordination, completed 16 educational sessions for
1,105 employees of central government and public agencies,
as well as representatives in charge of conflict management
PERFORMANCE
A hub for the dissemination of advanced administration
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A hub for the dissemination of advanced administration
At KIPA, all research results are not only utilized in the policy reports of government and public agencies,
but are also reflected in various national policies and relevant laws. Such results can be accessed by
the general public through an internally constructed database website, enabling anyone to browse articles and
materials published by KIPA researchers in an instant. In addition to opening up its research to different entities,
KIPA aims to go beyond these research activities and establish a strong network with relevant agencies
worldwide based on continuous exchange. By spreading Korea’s advanced administration paradigm to
developing nations and analyzing the administration models of other developed countries,
KIPA has transformed itself into a national policy research institute that leads growth in administration.
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Leading to the world
The home of the administrative database
Responding to the global demand for
Korea’s successful governance model, such as ODA
In response to the demand for international development cooperation related to the
rise of the administrative Korean Wave, KIPA founded the Center for International
Public Cooperation in 2014. Notably, KIPA focuses on improving the effectiveness of
international development cooperation projects by actually performing many projects not only with domestic agencies, such as KOICA and the Ministry of the Interior,
but also with global organizations, including the UNDP and the World Bank.
The home of the administrative statistics database for evidence-based
policies, including integrated society-wide surveys
KIPA has established itself as the leading data hub in the field of administration under
its remit as a professional administration research institute. The Center for Social
Survey, designated as a statistics preparation agency by Statistics Korea in 2013,
was approved to prepare statistics for the “integrated society -wide survey” on July 9,
2013 (nationally approved statistic, No. 41701), and a survey is being conducted annually. KIPA ensures that anyone can utilize the resources by sharing the original data
of various survey results as well as academic theses and reports for government officials, professors and experts.
Abroad : Performance of various international cooperation projects with
different international organizations such as the UNDP and the World Bank,
as well as developing countries (Africa, Southeast Asia and other regions)
“Integrated society -wide survey”, a survey project now in its 6th year, acquired the highest
grade 「Outstanding」 in a statistical quality diagnosis and was internally evaluated by
Statistics Korea for two consecutive years from 2014 to 2015
KIPA·UNDP : (Ethiopia)Consultancy Service for Advanced Leadership Training for Senior
Officials of the Government of Ethiopia
KIPA·World Bank : (Philippines, Laos and etc)Strengthening Civil Registration and Vital
Statistics
Opened to the general public all original data, reports and academic
theses acquired through the surveys
Domestic : ODA cooperation with government agencies including the Ministry of
the Interior and KOICA
KIPA·KOICA : (Rwanda)Human Resource Development for Civil Service Capacity Building
(Vietnam)Capacity Building for Senior Public Executive Officials
(Cote d’Ivoire)Capacity Building for Public Administration
KIPA·KDI : (Bolivia)Knowledge Sharing Program with Bolivia : Strategy Planning and
Capacity Development
(Egypt)Knowledge Sharing Program with Egypt : Policy Consultation to
Strengthen Egyptian Economy’s Capacity
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Training of Vietnam’s future leaders to
enhance their competency
(17.11.2015)
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Launch ceremony of
the “PA competency enhancement project” for
public officials in Rwanda
(04.06.2015).
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The 2015 academic conference hosted by
the Center for Social Surveys,
The Realization of a Trust-based Society and
the Establishment of Cooperative Governance
(26.02.2016)
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Award ceremony as an outstanding public
institute in integrated national statistical
DB management
(08.12.2015)
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Visit to the Saemaul (‘New Village’)
Project Zone in Rwanda
(27.05.2015)
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Selected as an outstanding agency for its performance of integrated
database work on national statistics in 2015
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
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PERFORMANCE
Independent space for policy research
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Independent space for policy research
Upon its relocation to Bulgwang-dong, Seoul in October 2015, KIPA finally acquired
an independent headquarters, ushering in a new era and enabling it to significantly improve
its research facilities and support quality research within a better environment.
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The independent KIPA headquarters
The signboard hanging ceremony held for
the new KIPA headquarters
The signboard for the new KIPA office
building
Inside of Main Hall
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Possesses a strong foundation for research
Relocation to an independent headquarters
to improve the research infrastructure in terms of hardware
Situated in its brand new headquarters, KIPA will become the center of a virtuous
cycle in many aspects, thanks to its solid research foundation and stable research
environment. The research conducted at KIPA will contribute to strengthening national policies and improving strategic customers’ satisfaction more than ever before. In addition, KIPA plans to become a venue for cohesion and cooperation as “an
independent space for policy research” at the new headquarters, and aims to lead
the way in research, discussion, cooperation and informational exchange by opening
up its headquarters to any related organizations, including government agencies and
various societies, and hosting diverse domestic and international academic events.
The 1st floor of the new headquarters operates the Gangbuk Smart Work Center,
which is equipped with many large and small meeting rooms. Remote work for the
National Research Council for Economics, Humanities & Social Science and other
relevant research agencies is supported in these meeting spaces.
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Organization Chart
President
Vice President
Research Advisory
Council
Office of Auditing
Headquarters for
Planning &
Coordination
Department of
Public Management
Research
Department of
Evaluation
Research
Center for Social
Survey
Research Unit for
Government 3.0
Office of
Strategic Planning
Office of
Administrative
Support
Budget Team
General Affairs &
Personnel Team
Finance &
Accounting Team
General
Maintenance Team
Office of
Public Relations
Office of
Information & Data
Department of
Public Safety & Social
Cohesion Research
Regulatory
Research Center
Research Unit for
Social Cohesion
Research
Division
Analysis &
Evaluation Division
Center for
International Public
Cooperation
INTRODUCTION OF KIPA ORGANIZATION
Headquarters for Planning & Coordination
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suppportiing variious
busiinesssess withh the aim of
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ressearcch in
nfraastructure
Headquarters for
Planning & Coordination
The Headquarters for Planning & Coordination is responsible for drawing
up research project plans according to the purpose of the establishment,
vision, and mission of the Korean Institute of Public Administration(KIPA),
and for planning and adjusting various matters for the efficient performance of research projects and tasks. It comprises the Office of Strategic
Planning, which oversees the support and control of project quality management and the operation in general; the Office of Administrative Support, which is in charge of administrative and financial support work for
the smooth execution of research projects; the Office of Public Relations,
which is responsible for conducting comprehensive PR for researchers;
and the Office of Information & Data, which oversees internal informatization and data operation.
Office of Strategic Planning
Office of Public Relations
Primary Tasks
The Office of Public Relations performs strategic PR activities for the central government, public institutions, and the media, and prepares press releases on researchers’ research outcomes and internal academic events in general for distribution to
the press corps. It is also in charge of a wide variety of essential tasks, from the
production of KIPA brochures and videos to the management of member institutions
and individuals, as well as Korean, English and other foreign language website contents.
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Vice President
(concurrent Director of Headquarters for
Planning and Coordination)
Head
Establishment of management objectives.
Establishment of research project plans.
Management of project quality.
Provision of total support in the labor service business.
Assessment of agencies’ performance.
Work related to the National Assembly and external agencies.
Adjustment of the total budget for research projects.
Management of published materials.
Suh, Wonseok
T. 02-2007-0580
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Hur, Joon Young
T. 02-2007-0674
F. 02-564-2006
E. berlin1004[email protected]
Hong, Sung woo
T. 02-2007-0655
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Lee, Sang Sung
T. 02-2007-0629
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Park, Yong Kyun
T. 02-2007-0519
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Hwang, Mi Young
T. 02-2007-0543
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Kim, Hwang Yeol
T. 02-2007-0627
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Kim, Dae Hoon
T. 02-2007-0515
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Kim, Yong Hoon
T. 02-2007-0567
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Primary Tasks
● Performance of external PR on behalf of researchers.
● Pursuit of cooperation with domestic and international agencies through,
for example, MOU signings.
● Management of contents of the English language website.
● Publication and distribution of administration focus magazines and other
published items.
Researcher
Leader of Budget Team
Head
Lee, Hwan Seong T. 02-2007-0691 F. 02-567-2281 E. [email protected]
Senior
Researcher Chang, Gee Weon T. 02-2007-0644 F. 02-2007-0660 E. [email protected]
Lee, Kyung Eun
T. 02-2007-0643 F. 02-2007-0660 E. [email protected]
Researcher
Associate Administrator
KIPA
Jeong, Jang Hoon
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
T. 02-2007-0633
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Jang, Kyoung Hae T. 02-2007-0688 F. 02-2007-0660 E. [email protected]
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Headquarters for Planning & Coordination
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Office of Information & Data
The Office of Information & Data is responsible for performing internal informatization and data operation, including the E-KIPA system, website construction and information security, all of which are essential to ensuring the smooth progress of research projects. It also collects and manages all research books and documents and
conducts tasks related to information exchange. Since its relocation, the Office of
etc. has striven to reinvent itself as a hub library by efficiently providing research data
and materials in the field of public administration and by conducting inspections etc.
for convenient reading and browsing.
Primary Tasks
Office of Administrative Support
Primary Tasks
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Organizational and personnel management.
Management of rules and regulations.
Salary and welfare.
Service and educational training.
General affairs, labor relations work.
Accounts settlement and asset management.
Work related to contracts and tax investigation.
Security, facility management and maintenance of government offices.
Organization and execution of labor costs and current cost.
● Introduction and management of computation equipment(servers, computers,
printers, monitors, networks, etc.).
● Promotion of the informatization project and management of the contents of
the official website.
● Enforcement of informational security, personal information protection, and
management of cyber security.
● Control of internal work systems(E-KIPA system, electronic approval system,
year-end tax adjustment, messenger, etc.).
● Collection and management of books and materials, tasks related to information
exchange.
● Tasks related to the maintenance and management of published documents.
● Other items related to computation expendables and tasks associated with
the library and books.
Head
Lee, Jae Ho
T. 02-2007-0566 F. 02-2007-0660 E. [email protected]
Song, Jeong Mi
T. 02-2007-0556 F. 02-2007-0660 E. [email protected]
Han, Yun Soo
T. 02-2007-0555 F. 02-2007-2158 E. [email protected]
Administrator
Head
Leader of
General Affairs&Personnel Team
Choi, Hoon Jang
T. 02-2007-0602
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Kim, Kil Su
T. 02-2007-0645
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Kim, So Young
T. 02-2007-0607
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Kim, Do Gyun
T. 02-2007-0535
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Jang, Sang Hwan
T. 02-2007-0603
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Cho, Jae-hyun
T. 02-2007-0501
F. 02-564-0664
E. [email protected]
Choi, Seung Man
T. 02-2007-0606
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Ko, Seung Bum
T. 02-2007-0646
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Jung, Hee Jin
T. 02-2007-0681
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Kim, Myoung Su
T. 02-2007-0525
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Shim, Seok Bo
T. 02-2007-0614
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Ryu, Jae Hyeock
T. 02-2007-0522
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Oh, Se Hyun
T. 02-2007-0608
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Kang, Hyun Chan
T. 02-2007-0699
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Lee, Hee Jun
T. 02-2007-0554 F. 02-2007-2158 E. [email protected]
Associate
Administrator Lim, Byeong Du T. 02-2007-0558 F. 02-2007-2158 E. [email protected]
Associate Administrator
Leader of
Finace&Accounting Team
Associate Administrator
Leader of
General Maintenance Team
Administrator
Associate Administrator
Lee, Myung Jae
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
T. 02-2007-0656
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Office of Auditing
The Office of Auditing performs tasks in association with the Board of Audit & Inspection of Korea, the Prime Minister’s Office, and the Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights
Commission, and oversees all tasks related to internal and external audits. As such
tasks are carried out to improve the performance and transparency of institutional
operations, the Office not only conducts various forms of audits, including daily audits, regular audits and special audit, but also performs feasibility reviews of budget
execution, revises final account reports, and reforms inefficient systems.
Head
Senior
Researcher
Park, Kyung Ho T. 02-2007-0605 F. 02-567-2013
E. [email protected]
Ji, Kyuwon
E. [email protected]
T. 02-2007-0662 F. 02-564-2013
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Department of Public Management Research
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Department of
Public Management Research
Thiss deparrtm
ment leads
the developm
men
nt of
natiional addministration
throoughh crreaativve research
Department of Public Management Research–Research Unit for
Government 3.0
1. Research on the Government 3.0 project throughout the government
Major Performance Achievements
The Department of Public Management Research proposes optimum ways
of administrative management that correspond to the rapidly changing
administrative environment and the ensuing administrative demands. It
not only performs creative research work in the field of organizational and
personnel management in the public sector, and administrative advancement and realization of e-Government and Government 3.0, all of which
form the core of national management, but also conducts research on finance and budget policies in order to secure healthy and sound national
finances, thereby leading the administrative growth of the country.
● Compilation and publication of the Korean version of 「The Korean Government :
Policies and Administration(Major Government Policies and Operation of Past
Korean Regimes)」 in 2014.
● Publication of the English version of 「The Korean Government : Policies and
Administration(Major Government Policies and Operation of Past Korean
Regimes)」 in 2015.
● Special lecture on Government 3.0 for officials of various public institutions.
● Diagnosis of the performance of Government 3.0 and proposal of methods of
improvement, publication of a research report.
● Dissemination of the research results obtained by hosting and participating in
joint academic conferences and seminars with the Ministry of Personnel
Management and the Korean Association for Public Administration.
Primary Tasks
Department of Public Management Research
1. Research on the development and management of human resources.
2. Research on the public official system and policies.
3. Research on job analyses and performance evaluation.
4. Research on other human resources systems in the public sector.
5. Research on awareness and behavior among public officials,
and the culture of public officials.
6. Investigation and research on corruption.
7. Research on the organizational management system including organizational
diagnosis.
8. Research on the adjustment and analysis of government functions.
9. Research on the restructuring of government organizations
and administrative reforms.
10. Research on national informatization.
11. Research on e-Government.
12. Research on the improvement of work methods including BPR.
13. Research on information resources management.
14. Research on “electronic democracy”.
15. Research on the sharing of administrative information.
16. Research on advancement in administration and state affairs.
17. Research on financial affairs and accounting systems.
18. Research on the budget system.
19. Research on the pension and fund system.
20. Research on management diagnosis in the public sector.
21. Research on state- and public-owned properties and assets.
Director
Park, Joonghoon
T. 02-2007-0590
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Senior Research Fellow
Yang, Hyun Mo
T. 02-2007-0510
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Kwon, O-sung
T. 02-2007-0516
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Choi, Soonyoung
T. 02-2007-0560
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Kim, Yunkwon
T. 02-2007-0650
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Lee, Jae Ho*
T. 02-2007-0566
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Yoon, Kwang Seok
T. 02-2007-0620
F. 02-567-2281
E. [email protected]
Kim, Young Rok
T. 02-2007-0679
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Lim, Sung Geun
T. 02-2007-0692
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Lim, In Sun(on leave)
T. 02-2007-0642
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Lee, Isaac
T. 02-2007-0513
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Associate Administrator
Jung, Soohyun
T. 02-2007-0684
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Head, Research
Unit of Government 3.0
Kim, Jung Hai
T. 02-2007-0537
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Kim, Myeong Jin(on leave) T. 02-2007-0542
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Research Fellow
Associate Research Fellow
Researcher
Researcher
* Concurrent research fellow
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
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Department of Public Safety & Social Cohesion Research
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Department of Public Safety &
Social Cohesion Research
A saafeer, more harmonious
sociiety is creaateed by
stuudyin
ng thhe features of
dissasterrs and conflicts
The Department of Public Safety & Social Cohesion Research formulates
comprehensive response plans to cope with the various risks and conflicts
currently facing our society. Through cooperation with diverse research
agencies under the National Research Council for Economics, Humanities
& Social Science, it leads interdisciplinary policy studies in the area of disaster safety, and was selected as a “professional research and education
institute for government conflict management” by the Prime Minister’s Office in 2007. It also performs research on policies for national disaster
safety management and participates in the establishment of the policies
for disaster safety management of various government agencies.
Primary Tasks
Department of Public Safety & Social Cohesion Research
1. Research on demand analysis and policy assignments of future administration.
2. Research on future response strategies and promotion systems, etc.
3. Research on national competitiveness and cooperation on
international development.
4. Research on relations between central government and local governments.
5. Research on policy development of local governments.
6. Comprehensive research on social risks and safety management.
Department of Public Safety &
Social Cohesion Research–
Research Unit for Social Cohesion
1. Research on conflict management.
2. Research on governance theories.
3. Research on the civil society and
social capital.
4. Performance as a professional research
agency for conflict management.
5. Establishment of basic directions and
strategies fir national integration, and
research on the vitalization of functions
to oversee and adjust policies.
6. Research on surveys and total index
management related to national
integration.
7. Research on dissemination of
the national integration culture and
the vitalization of public communication.
8. Educational training of public officials
and employees of public agencies to
foster specialists in conflict
management.
9. Support and cooperation with the
public sector and agencies related to
private educational training.
10. Research and development of
educational techniques and materials
for conflict management courses.
11. Educational training of international
public officials, etc.
Director
7. Research on the establishment of risk management strategies at the national
level.
8. Research on laws, systems and organizations related to disasters and safety.
9. Research on risk governance for the realization of a safe society.
10. Publication of materials on social risks and safety management.
11. General research on social welfare.
Major Performance Achievements
● Pursuit of research projects on national disaster safety management.
● Contribution to and participation in efforts to establish policies on disaster
safety management.
● Selection of a professional research and education agency specializing in
government conflict management, as specified by the Office for Government
Policy Coordination.
● Operation of an internal conflict arbitration program.
● Hosting of education sessions for 291 participants in the 2015 Alternative
Dispute Resolution(ADR) General Course, 131 people in the ADR Expert Training
Course, and 93 people in the Personalized Theme Course.
● Hosting of education commissioned by the Office for Government Policy
Coordination, completion of 16 educational sessions for 1,105 employees of
central government and public agencies, as well as representatives in charge of
conflict management.
● Dissemination of the research results obtained by hosting and participating in
joint academic conferences and seminars with the National Disaster
Management Institute and the Presidential Committee for National Cohesion.
Chung, Jibum
T. 02-2007-0585
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Eun, Jaeho
T. 02-2007-0538
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Lyu, Hyeon Suk
T. 02-2007-0685
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Choi, Ho Jin(on sabbatical)
T. 02-2007-0550
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Chae, Jong Hun(on sabbatical)
T. 02-2007-0536
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Hur, Joon Young*
T. 02-2007-0674
F. 02-564-2006
E. [email protected]
Yun, Jong Seol
T. 02-2007-0539
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Oh, Yoon Kyung
T. 02-2007-0652
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Pyo, Eun A
T. 02-2007-0682
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Lee, Dong Eun
T. 02-2007-0639
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Head, Research
Unit for Social Cohesion
Kim, Sung Geun
T. 02-2007-0654
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Researcher
Moon, Soo Jeong
T. 02-2007-0637
F. 02-564-2013
E. [email protected]
Research Fellow
Associate Research Fellow
Researcher
* Concurrent research fellow
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
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Department of Evaluation Research | Regulatory Research Center
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Department of Evaluation Research
Thiss deparrtm
ment supports
the accoompllisshment of
efffecctivve adm
ministration
baseed on thee accurate
nd
juudgment an
mprovemen
nt of issues
im
Since its designation as a research agency specializing in evaluations pursuant to The Framework Act on Public Service Evaluation in 2001, the Department of Evaluation Research has been performing various research
projects and investigations as requested for the evaluation of the government’s performance and the operation of a performance management system. It aims to achieve effective administration by operating various evaluation systems, including the evaluation of central government agencies,
local government and public institutions; the performance of research on
performance management and system improvement in the public sector;
research on evaluation theories and methodologies; and surveys on public
satisfaction.
Primary Tasks
Major Performance Achievements
1. Research on the evaluation system
and its operation.
2. Research of evaluation system
3. Esearch on performance
management in the public sector.
4. Research and investigation related
to evaluation.
5. Research on the adjustment of
policies between governments and
agencies.
● Public satisfaction with government projects and normalization projects.
● Performance of an inspection on the operation of internal evaluation systems of
central government agencies.
● Case studies on the government service evaluation systems of major
countries(United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Japan).
● Consulting on evaluation and performance management systems of the public
sector.
● Research on ways of improving the joint assessment index for local
governments; management evaluation of the Gyeonggi Research Institute; and
evaluation system for KOICA in 2015.
● Dissemination and application of the research results by hosting and
participating in joint academic conferences and seminars with the Korean
Association for Public Administration and the Korea Association for Policy
Analysis and Evaluation.
Regulatory Research Center
The ecoonom
my becomes
more dyynamicc as
unnecessaryy restrictions in
dailyy liffe aree eliiminated
Primary Tasks
Research Division
1. Research on regulatory theories
and systems.
2. Research on RIA
(Regulatory Impact Analysis).
3. Research on regulatory reform
and policies.
4. Consulting and education on
regulatory reforms in general.
5. Research on other regulations.
Regulation Research Center
(Concurrent Head of Research Division)
Research Fellow
Associate Research Fellow
Senior Researcher
Senior Research Fellow
Research Fellow
Associate Research Fellow
Researcher
Lee, Kwang Hee
T. 02-2007-0569
F. 02-567-2281
E. [email protected]
Kang, Jeong Seok*
T. 02-2007-0520
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Hwang, Hie Shin
T. 02-2007-0564
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Yoon, Su Jae
T. 02-2007-0634
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Cho, Se Hyun(on leave)
T. 02-2007-0661
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Lee, Hwan Seong*
T. 02-2007-0691
F. 02-565-6852
E. [email protected]
Kim, Yun Hee
T. 02-2007-0636
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Lee, Eun Jong
T. 02-2007-0524
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
*Concurrent research fellow
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
Major Performance Achievements
Analysis & Evaluation Division
1. Verification of cost analysis and review
of regulatory effect analysis.
2. Development of and education on
techniques and guidelines for cost
analysis and regulatory effect analysis.
3. Work related to the analysis of other
regulations.
Senior Research Fellow
Director
The Regulatory Research Center reviews and researches all areas related
to regulation. In order to modify and/or eliminate many unnecessary regulations, it conducts research and analysis of regulation-related systems
and policies, methods of regulatory reform and the extent of its influence,
and verifies the feasibility of the government’s regulatory cost analyses. In
doing so, it serves to support the government in carrying out effective
management of regulatory costs.
● Review of 438 regulatory effect analysis reports on administrative
and social departments(as of December 2015).
● Preparation of opinions on cost verification of 16 primary examples of regulatory
cost analysis reports(as of December 2015).
● Hosting if education on regulatory reform for 21 government agencies including
the Ministry of the Interior.
● Publication of 「Regulatory Trends」, a magazine dedicated to explanations
and comparisons of international regulatory systems.
● Construction of an international cooperation network of experts in regulation.
● Distribution and application of research results by hosting and participating in
joint academic conferences and seminars with the Office for Government Policy
Coordination, the Society for Regulatory Studies, and the OECD’s Korea Policy
Center.
Ahn, Hyug Keun
T. 02-2007-0621
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Choi, Yoo Sung
T. 02-2007-0530
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Kim, Shin*
T. 02-2007-0532
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Lee, Minho(Sabbatical)
T. 02-2007-0651
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Won, Soh Yeon
T. 02-2007-0649
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Hahm, Jong Seok
T. 02-2007-0583
F. 02-567-2221
E. hjongseo[email protected]
Associate Administrator
Jung, Sung Hee
T. 02-2007-0571
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Head of Analysis & Evaluation Division
Lee, Jong Han
T. 02-2007-0534
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Associate Research Fellow
Park, Jungwon
T. 02-2007-0653
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Kang, Daechang
T. 02-2007-0591
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Sau, Saung-Ah
T. 02-2007-0523
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Yu, Su-jin
T. 02-2007-0686
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Woo, So Hyun
T. 02-2007-0689
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Bae, Hani
T. 02-2007-0619
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Jeong, Yujin
T. 02-2007-0616
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Visiting Research Fellow
Senior Researcher
Researcher
* Concurrent research fellow
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Center for Social Survey | Center for International Public Cooperation
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Center for Social Survey
The Cen
nter for Social
Survvey con
ntribuutes to
the estaabliishhment of
policciess baseed on reliable
facctss and eviddence
colleecteed thhrough statistical
survveyss
The Center for Social Survey conducts investigations and research in the
areas of administration and policies related to the operation of state affairs. Through the “Integrated Society-wide Survey”, a nationally certified
statistical data, it aims to construct an administrative statistical database
for use as a reference material in the establishment of evidence-based
policies. In addition, by publishing the KIPA Survey Forum, it provides a
broad space for communication in which current political issues are discussed, and has established a database for the efficient management of
statistical data related to public policies and for the utilization and dissemination of the relevant research outcomes. Therefore, it seeks to provide creative, precise and optimum alternative policies in order to resolve
the urgent policy issues facing the country.
Center for
International Public Cooperation
Prom
mottioon of
the adminisstrrattive Korean
Wave by shharin
ng and
provviddin
ng edducation on
Koreea’ss admin
nistrative
expeerieencee
As the global demand for the successful Korean governance model increases, the Center for International Public Cooperation, opened in 2014,
carries out work on international cooperation related to ODA (Official Development Assistance), reinforcement of administrative competency, and
the sharing of experience and knowledge in the field of administrative development. It also performs a variety of projects with agencies, including
KOICA (Korea International Cooperation Agency), the Ministry of the Interior, and the Korea Development Institute, and has established continuous
networks with the Office for Government Policy Coordination, government
agencies, and academic and related institutions, as well as international
government agencies and other related organizations.
Primary Tasks
Primary Tasks
Major Performance Achievement
1. To perform an evidence based social research.
2. Investigation of current issues of the government.
3. Nvestigation of levels of awareness among the public and government officials
regarding current social issues.
4. Production, management and utilization of statistical data.
5. Academic events and education on social surveys, etc.
6. Operation of an administrative database committee.
7. Construction and management of an administrative database.
8. Publication of 「KIPA Survey Forum」.
1. To perform international
cooperation projects with various
international organization.
2. To perform studies of International
public cooperation project.
3. To train experts in International
public cooperation.
4. To perform cooperation work with
international agencies such as
signing MOU.
● Abroad : Performance of various international cooperation projects with
different international organizations such as the UNDP and the World Bank,
as well as developing countries (Africa, Southeast Asia and other regions).
- KIPA·UNDP : (Ethiopia)Consultancy Service for Advanced Leadership Training for
Senior Officials of the Government of Ethiopia
- KIPA·World Bank : (Philippines, Laos and etc)Strengthening Civil Registration and Vital
Statistics
● Domestic : ODA cooperation with government agencies including
the Ministry of the Interior and KOICA.
- KIPA·KOICA : (Rwanda)Human Resource Development for Civil Service Capacity Building
(Vietnam)Capacity Building for Senior Public Executive Officials
(Cote d’Ivoire)Capacity Building for Public Administration
- KIPA·KDI : (Bolivia)Knowledge Sharing Program with Bolivia : Strategy Planning and
Capacity Development
(Egypt)Knowledge Sharing Program with Egypt : Policy Consultation to
Strengthen Egyptian Economy’s Capacity
Major Performance Achievement
● Statistics production agency selected by Statistics Korea.
● Selection as an outstanding agency in the performance of integrated database
work on national statistics.
● Survey on general administrative management.
● Acquisition of ‘Outstanding’ grade in a statistical quality diagnosis conducted by
Statistics Korea.
● Establishment of a survey database.
● Integrated Society-wide Survey, a nationally certified statistical data.
● Survey of experts on current political issues.
Director
Kim, Shin
T. 02-2007-0532
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Seo, Yongseok
T. 02-2007-0517
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Park, Jung Ho
T. 02-2007-0625
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Lee, Do Suk
T. 02-2007-0582
F. 02-567-2281
E. [email protected]
Visiting Research Fellow
Kim, Hyojung
T. 02-2007-0617
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Senior Researcher
Lee, Hwa Jin
T. 02-2007-0587
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Chin, Sun Bak
T. 02-2007-0628
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Lee, Danbee
T. 02-2007-0698
F. 02-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Kim, Yu Bum
T. 02-2007-0533
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Research Fellow
Associate Research Fellow
Director
Associate
Research Fellow
Visiting Research Fellow
Researcher
KIPA
Kang, Jeong Seok
T. 02-2007-0520
F. 02-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Yoon, Kun
T. 02-2007-0693
F. 02-567-2281
E. [email protected]
Cho, Il Hyeong
T. 02-2007-0599
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Jin, Gyoung Ae
T. 02-2007-0663
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Park, Ji Yun
T. 02-2007-0664
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
Researcher
Associate Administrator
International Exchange and
Cooperation
America
China
The National Academy of Public
Chinese Academy of Governance
University of Southern California
School of Policy, Planning and
Development
Yunnan Public Administration
The American Society for Public
Administration
Russia
KIPA is active in its effortts to enhaance ex
xchanges and coop
peration with
related agencies in other countriess. It plaays a leadiing role in
n buildin
ng
internatiional nettworrks too make im
mprovvem
ments in public ad
dministraation
across th
he world..
Based on
n its wealth of exp
perience in ex
xch
hange and
d cooperaation with
h
advanced countries, KIPA
A carries out its in
nternatioonal coop
peration projects
to presen
nt desiraable direcctions for the improvemen
nt of pub
blic admin
nistratioon
to the deeveloped worrld.
It also seerves as a brridge of hope for man
ny develop
ping coun
ntries by sharingg
the coun
ntry’s acttual experience in
n deveelooping its public seervices oveer
several decades, a deevelop
pment th
hat baack
kedup Korrea’s rem
markably fast
economiic growth
h.
Taiwan
National Chengchi University,
Development of Public
Administration
Chinese Culture University
Russian Presidential Academy of
National Economy and Public
Administration, North-West Institute
of Management(NWIM)
Rwanda
Ministry of Public Service and Labor·
Rwanda Management Institute
Belarus
Academy of Public Administration
under the aegis of the President of
the Republic of Belarus
Japan
Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.
Italy
Science Council of Japan
National School of Public
Administration of Italy
Britain
KIPA
University of Birmingham
Cambodia
Ministry of Civil Service and
Administrative Reform
Mongolia
University of York
Uzbekistan
Belarus
‘Electronic Government’ System
Development Center
Italy
America
National Academy of Governance
The Institute of State Organizational
Sciences, Ministry of Home Affairs of
The Socialist Republic of Vietnam
The Ministry of Civil Service and
Administrative Reform of Cote
D’ivoire(MFPRA) Development
Center
Ho Chi MInh National Academy of
Politics
Hungary
Ethiopia
National University of Public Service
Administrative Reform of Cote
Ethiopian Civil Service University
Ministry of Public Service and
Human Resource Development
OECD
OECD-Korea Policy Centre
UN DESA
United Nations Department of
Economic and Social Affairs
UNDP
United Nations Development
Programme
Hungary
Mongolia
Cote D’ivoire
Vietnam
Uzbekistan
Britain
Russia
Japan
China
Taiwan
Vietnam
Cambodia
Ethiopia
Cote D’ivoire
Rwanda
OVERVIEW OF MAJOR PROJECTS
Research Projects | Publications | Academic Events
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Creating the blueprint for advanced administration
KIPA publishes a series of books compiled from collected research results in the field of administration and
public policy. As well as producing diverse reports, it hosts lectures by renowned individuals for the acquisition
of expertise, and policy forums and international academic seminars to which it invites domestic and global
professionals, thereby contributing to the growth of administration worldwide.
Overview of
Major Projects
KIPA has conducted research projects in various fields of public administration and made them public
through academic journals at home
and abroad. It regularly issues a quarterly magazine for the publication of
research papers and sponsors various
academic events related to research.
▒ Research Projects
▒ Publications
Basic Research Projects
As a specialized institute in the field of government administration, as well as a
government think tank that prepares for the future administration of the 21st
century and enhancing the government’s capacity and overall problem solving
capabilities in the midst of the shift in administrative environment, KIPA each year
selects about 36 projects from 7 to 8 areas that are either requested by government agencies such as the Office of the President, the Office for Government
Policy Coordination, the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, the Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs, etc., or are independently selected by
KIPA.
Publication Series
In order to secure the effective execution of administration strategies that are appropriate for a rapidly-changing society, natural environment changes, and interdisciplinary cooperation, the institute has been publishing a collection of book series on
future research, public services administrative ideologies, comparative and field
studies, and social risks and safety management since 2008.
Contract-Based Projects
KIPA conducts various research projects under contracts with government agencies,
public institutions, and private enterprises. The contract-based research projects are
related to general administration, policy regulations, evaluation of state policy execution, analysis of organizations, human resources management, international exchange and cooperation, and informatization. Based on the experiences and knowhow accumulated through about 641 research projects conducted since its founding,
KIPA gives policy recommendations and advices through extensive evaluation and
analysis of organizations.
The Korean Public Administration Journal
KIPA publishes The Korean Public Administration Journal (KPAJ), one of Korea’s major
academic journals. The KPAJ is a quarterly that publishes independent and special
feature articles dealing with major issues in public administration and policy studies.
The Journal has been classified as Grade A by the Ministry of Education, Science and
Technology.
Administration Focus
As a bi-monthly general information publication related to public administration that
contains trends in domestic and international policies as well as best practices cases, this publication includes expertise and future prospects of social issues from
specialists, recent research, and theories in public administration focusing on developed countries in OECD nations, the publication is distributed to academic specialists as well as students, civilians, public servants, and so on.
KIPA Survey Forum
By introducing survey results, social policy issues and other major issues related to
surveys conducted by the Social Survey Center, the KIPA Survey Forum aims to discover new social issues associated with current events and contribute to the development of effective policies through the collection of various opinions across the full
spectrum of Korean society.
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
OVERVIEW OF MAJOR PROJECTS
Research Projects | Publications | Academic Events
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4
Korea·China Policy Studies Seminar
(16.09.2015)
5
KIPA·UN DESA·Ministry of the Interior :
Governance, Public Administration,
and ICT for Implementing the UN Post-2015
Development Agenda
(20.05.2015)
1
▒ Academic Events
6
KIPA·the Korean Association for Public
Administration(KAPA) :
Government 3.0 Seminar
(23.11.2015)
Special lectures by renowned individuals
As activities related to administration vary greatly throughout the different areas
of our society, KIPA hosts lectures on leadership, humanities and future society in
relation to various fields including politics, history, management and education.
KIPA invites experts in each field with a view to acquiring more professional, indepth knowledge, with the ultimate aim of ensuring that research in each given
area can be performed more efficiently.
1
Park, Hyungjoon, the Secretary
General of the National Assembly
(19.03.2015)
2
Oh Joon, the Ambassador and Permanent
Representative of
Republic of Korea to the United Nations
(21.05.2015)
3
Park, Jaewan,
Professor of Sungkyunkwan University
(18.02.2016)
• KIPA-Ministry of Personnel Management Joint Academic Conference : Diagnosis of
Public Offices and Pursuit of Development Plan” (Feb. 23, 2015).
• Government 3.0 Planning Seminar jointly hosted by KIPA-Korean Association for Public
Administration: Ways of Achieving the Park Administration’s Government 3.0
(Nov. 23, 2015).
● Department of Public Safety & Social Cohesion Research
• The 6th Conflict Management Seminar for Public-Government–Military : Creative
Communication and Cooperation for Co-existence (Nov. 10, 2015).
• National Disaster Management Institute-KIPA Joint Academic Conference on Disaster
Safety: Scientific Technology in Disaster Safety Meets Government Policies
(Nov. 27, 2015).
• Academic Conference on Conflict Management: Outcomes and Tasks of Public Conflict
Management (Dec. 9, 2015).
● Department of Evaluation Research
• KIPA-the Korean Association for Public Administration(KAPA) :
New paradigm of public management for developing confidence of governance.
• Park, Hyungjoon, the Secretary General of the National Assembly
(Theme : What to change in Korea Society)
• Oh Joon, the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of
Republic of Korea to the United Nations (Theme : UN and the North Korea)
• Park, Jaewan, Professor of Sungkyunkwan University
(Theme : Korea Economy and Governace)
Policy forums, domestic and international academic seminars
In this era of globalization, decentralization and informatization, the administrative environment and demands change rapidly. To efficiently cope with such
changes and seek reasonable mid- to long-term national policy alternatives, KIPA
invites domestic and international experts, including professors, scholars and
government officials, to host policy forums and international academic seminars
once or twice each year. Passive adaptation to a rapidly changing environment is
not a viable option. KIPA stands tall as the spearhead of administrative research
and the leader of the new administration of the future.
Policy Seminars
● Department of Public Management Research
● Regulatory Research Center
• APG Forum on Regulatory Reform : Efficient and Effective Regulatory Reform for
Improved Constitution of Economy (Oct. 13-14, 2015).
• Forum for Strengthening the Competency of Regulatory Reform: Centered on the EU’s
Regulatory Reform System–Case of the United Kingdom
(Oct. 22, 2015).
• Korea Society for Regulatory Studies-KIPA joint academic event :
Political Economy with Pursuit of Regulatory Reform : Overcoming the Conflict of
Regulatory Reform (Dec. 4, 2015).
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5
● Center for Social Survey
• Office of Congressman Kim Sung-tae-KIPA joint academic event :
Countermeasures for Child Care Policies in the Era of Low Fertility
(Jul. 6, 2015).
● Center for International Public Cooperation
• KIPA-Ministry of the Interior Signing of MOU and Commemorative Seminar :
Pursuit of Overseas Dissemination of Administrative Korean Wave
(May 7, 2015).
• UN Post-2015 International Symposium on Governance and Public Administration
for Implementation of Development Agenda : International Symposium
for Implementation of the UN’s Sustainable Development Objectives (May 20, 2015).
2
KIPA
3
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
6
INFORMATION AND DATA UTILIZATION SYSTEM
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Information and Data Utilization System
The KIPA website provides an online reference service for its various publications, news on the country’s
administrative developments, and the many books it has collected. More than 35,000 books and publications in
the fields of public administration and social sciences, including many overseas academic journals, are now
available to the general public. KIPA presents diverse types of data to the general public via its own cutting-edge
computer-based information delivery system. KIPA strives to share the results of its research in the area of
public administration and build diverse research networks at home and abroad.
Internet Service
Library
KIPA Website(www.kipa.re.kr)
• Offers news about Research Center and center publications
• The KIPA’s library is stocked with over 35,000 books and 200 various periodicals,
and online databases
How to Access
Visit the KIPA Website(www.kipa.re.kr) → Publication → 「Basic Research」,
「Rolling Basis Research」, 「Issue paper」, 「Survey Report」, 「KIPA Survey Forum」,
「Other Reports」, 「Collection of Research」, 「Discover Korea in Public Administration」,
「Service Report or Administrative Focus」
Administrative DB Website(survey.kipa.re.kr/database)
• Offers various KIPA publications (「Basic Research」, 「Rolling Basis Research」,
「Survey Report」, 「Collection of Research」, 「KIPA Survey Forum」,
「Administrative Focus」, 「Discover Korea in Public」, 「Administration and
Regulation Trend Report」)
• You can also view data from your mobile phone
How to Access
Website : Visit the KIPA website(www.kipa.re.kr) → Administrative DB website
(survey.kipa.re.kr/database) → Click on Publication
Mobile : Enter the DB website address on the address window of your mobile internet →
Click on Publication
Provision of Administrative Trend Info
• Offers information pertaining to administrative trends such as quota,
employment, punishment, test, reward, wage and payment table for employees at
government organizations as well as civil servants, central government budget
statistics, local governing bodies statistics
• Also offers overseas administrative trends, administrative documents,
information on academic conferences and seminars
How to Access
Visit the KIPA website(www.kipa.re.kr) → Administrative DB website
(survey.kipa.re.kr/database) → Statistics, Administrative Trends, Issues, etc.
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
Exchange of Publications
• KIPA currently exchanges publications with approximately 100 institutions and
privatesector research organizations under publication-exchange agreements
Accessing research results
• Services available : Questionnaire DB and results of KIPA research projects
(www.KOSSDA.or.kr)
Operation of Foreign Language Website
• Operates website in English, Chinese, Japanese, French and Russian
• Operates separate website for ‘Administrative DB,’ ‘Conflict Resolution Training
Portal’ and ‘Social Survey Center’
How to Access
Visit the KIPA website(www.kipa.re.kr) → Click on the language of your choice
(ENGLISH, CHINESE, JAPANESE, FRENCH or RUSSIAN) on the upper right hand
corner of the website
HUMAN RESOURCES
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42
Senior Research Fellows
Research Fellows
Director, Center for Social Survey
Kang,
Jeong Seok
Ph.D., Yonsei University, Korea
T. 82-2-2007-0520
Major Field
Department of Public Management Research
Kwon,
O-sung
F. 82-2-564-2158
T. 82-2-2007-0516
Kim,
Yunkwon
F. 82-2-564-1046
Ph.D., Seoul National University
T. 82-2-2007-0650
Kim,
Jung Hai
F. 82-2-564-2158
E. [email protected]
E. [email protected]
E. [email protected]
Urban&Regional Administration, Government Innovation,
Governance
Public Budgeting & Finance, Local Finance,
Government Innovation
Institutionalism, Organization, HRM,
Chinese Public Administration & Public Policy
Major Field
Ph.D., The University of Akron, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0532
Major Field
Director, Department of Public Management Research
Director, Center for International Public Cooperation
Kim,
Shin
Ph.D., University of Georgia, U.S.A
Park,
Joong hoon
Head of Research Unit for Government 3.0 Research,
Department of Public Management Research
Department of Public Management Research
Ph.D., Ewha Womans University, Korea
T. 82-2-2007-0537
F. 82-2-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Major Field
Department of Public Safety & Social Cohesion Research
Organization Theory, Regulatory Policy,
Presidential Study
Center for International Public Cooperation
Ph.D., Public Administration, University of Georgia, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0590
F. 82-2-564-2158
Lyu,
Hyeon Suk
F. 82-2-564-1046
Ph.D., University of Manchester, U.K.
T. 82-2-2007-0685
Seo,
Yongseok
F. 82-2-564-1046
Ph.D., University of Hawaii, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0517
F. 82-2-567-2221
E. [email protected]
E. [email protected]
Major Field
E. [email protected]
Policy Analysis and Program Evaluation, Regulatory Policy,
Social Policy
Major Field
Vice President, Concurrent Director of
Headquarters of Planning and Coordination
Suh,
Wonseok
Ph.D., Yonsei University, Korea
T. 02-2007-0580
Policy Analysis and Evaluation(performance measures and
management system), Government Innovation and
Administrative Management, Public Corruption
Major Field
Director, Regulatory Research Center
Ahn,
Hyug Keun
F. 02-564-2006
Ph.D., University of Texas, Arlington, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0621
E. [email protected]
ICT policy, Government Reform, Governance,
Disaster·Conflict Management, Social Capital and Civil Society
Major Field
Department of Public Management Research
Department of Evaluation Research
Yoon,
Su Jae
F. 82-2-564-1046
Ph.D., Chung-Ang University, Korea
T. 82-2-2007-0634
Strategic Foresight, Governance, Social Change Theories
Yoon,
Kwang Seok
Ph.D., State Univ. of New York at Albany, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0620
F. 82-2-564-2013
F. 82-2-564-2158
E. [email protected]
E. [email protected]
Major Field
E. [email protected]
Public Personnel Administration, Labor Relations,
Government Reforms, Government Reform, Pension Policy
Major Field
Department of Public Management Research
Yang,
Hyun Mo
Ph.D., Bonn University, Germany
T. 82-2-2007-0510
Lee,
Kwang Hee
F. 82-2-564-2158
Korean Reunification, NGO,
Comparative Public Administration
Public and Urban Administration, Policy Evaluation,
Regulatory Policy
Major Field
Ph.D., Seoul National University, Korea
T. 82-2-2007-0569
Major Field
Policy Analysis and Evaluation, Performance Management,
Public Management, Public Budgeting, ODA Policy
Major Field
Department of Public Safety & Social Cohesion Research
Director, Department of Evaluation Research
E. [email protected]
Major Field
E. [email protected]
Eun,
Jae ho
Ph.D., Ecole Normale Suprieure (Cachen), Frances
T. 82-2-2007-0538
F. 82-2-567-2281
E. [email protected]
Policy Analysis·Evaluation, Performance Management,
Governance
Policy Change and Evaluation, Political Sociology,
French Studies
Major Field
Sabbatical Year
Lee,
Minho
F. 82-2-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Choi,
Yoo Sung
T. 82-2-2007-0530
Hwang,
Hie Shin
F. 82-2-564-2158
Ph.D., Seoul National University, Korea
Lee,
Jae Ho
Ph.D., Renmin University of China, China.
T. 82-2-2007-0566
T. 82-2-2007-0564
Major Field
Lee,
Jong Han
F. 82-2-564-1046
Regulatory Policy, Intergovernmental Relations
T. 82-2-2007-0534
Major Field
E. [email protected]
e-Government, Public Management, China Studies
Major Field
Public Management, Policy Evaluation, Public Finance
Chung,
Jibum
Ph.D., Yonsei University, Korea.
T. 82-2-2007-0585
Major Field
Chae,
Jong Hun
F. 82-2-564-1046
Disaster Management, Risk Communication,
Siting Conflicts, Creativity
Institutional Design, Regulatory Policy,
Regulatory Performance Evaluation
Sabbatical Year, Regulatory Research Center
Ph.D., Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea.
T. 82-2-2007-0536
E. [email protected]
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
F. 82-2-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Director, Department of Public Safety &
Social Cohesion Research
KIPA
Ph.D., University of Paris X Nanterre, France
F. 82-2-564-2158
Major Field
Major Field
Policy Evaluation, Regulatory Policy, Public Enterprise,
Nonprofit Organization
Head of Analysis&Evaluation Division,
Regulatory Research Center, Regulatory Research Center
E. [email protected]
E. [email protected]
F. 82-2-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Department of Evaluation Research
Ph.D., University of Tennessee, U.S.A.
Ph.D., The Seoul National University
T. 82-2-2007-0651
Department of Public Management Research
Regulatory Research Center
Information Policy, Information Management, Knowledge
Management, Information System, Information Technology,
e-Government
F. 82-2-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Major Field
Conflict Management & Negotiation, Social Economy,
Governance, Social Network, Behavioral Policy
HUMAN RESOURCES
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Sabbatical Year, Department of Public Safety &
Social Cohesion Research
Department of Public Management Research
Choi,
Soonyoung
Ph.D., Seoul National University, Korea
T. 82-2-2007-0560
Major Field
Choi,
Ho Jin
F. 82-2-564-2158
Ph.D., Myongji University, Korea
T. 82-2-2007-0550
Lee,
Do Suk
E. [email protected]
Personnel Administration, Public Finance,
Educational Finance
IT Policy, e-Government, Disaster Management,
Knowledge & Human Resource Management
Major Field
Ph.D., State University of New York at Albany, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0582
F. 82-2-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Head, Office of Public Relations /
Headquarters of Planning and Coordination
Center for International Public Cooperation
Lee,
Hwan Seong
F. 82-2-567-2281
T. 82-2-2007-0691
E. [email protected]
Major Field
Policy Decision Making, Risk Analysis, ODA
Ph.D., The University of Tokyo, Japan
T. 82-2-2007-0692
Major Field
Major Field
Head of Research Unit for Social Cohesion,
Department of Public Safety&Social Cohosion Research
Kim,
Sung Geun
Ph. D., University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
Cho,
Se Hyun
F. 82-2-564-2158
T. 02-2007-0654
T. 82-2-2007-0679
F. 02-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Major Field
T. 82-2-2007-0661
Social Policy, Poverty, Policy Analysis, Policy Evaluation
Major Field
Park,
Jung Ho
F. 82-2-564-2158
Public Policy Analysis, Health Care Management
Ph.D., University of Southern California, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0652
Major Field
Won,
Soh Yeon
F. 82-2-564-1046
Major Field
KIPA
Organizational Theory, Human Resource Management,
Comparative Public Management
Visiting Research Fellows
Regulatory Research Center
Ph.D., University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, Germany
Kang,
Daechang
F. 82-2-564-1046
Ph.D., Seoul National University, Korea
Yun,
Jong Seol
F. 82-2-567-2281
Public Management, Social Integration Policy, Disaster and
Safety Policy, Information and Communication Policy
Major Field
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
F. 82-2-567-2221
Ph.D., The University of Seoul, Korea
Cho,
Il Hyeong
F. 82-2-564-2158
T. 82-2-2007-0617
Crisis Management and Effect Analysis, Crisis Management,
Public Corruption, Regulatory Policy
Major Field
Public Finance
Ph.D., Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
T. 82-2-2007-0599
F. 82-2-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Major Field
Ph.D., Seoul National University, Korea
F. 82-2-567-2221
E. [email protected]
Center for Social Survey
E. [email protected]
Major Field
Kim,
Hyojung
E. [email protected]
Welfare Policy, Regulatory Policy, Local Autonomy
T. 82-2-2007-0539
Center for International Public Cooperation
Ph.D., Washington State University, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0591
Department of Public Safety & Social Cohesion Research
E. [email protected]
Major Field
Organization(Governance), HRM, Conflict & Disaster
Management, Unification Policy
F. 82-2-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Local Governance, Urban policy, Community Development
T. 82-2-2007-0693
F. 82-2-564-2006
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0649
Center for Social Survey
Yoon,
Kun
Major Field
Regulatory Research Center
E. [email protected]
Major Field
Ph.D., Free Univ. of Berlin, Germany
E. [email protected]
Department of Public Safety & Social Cohesion Research
Oh,
Yoon Kyung
Social Policy (Immigration, Gender), Public Organization
E. [email protected]
Financial Administration, Performance Management,
Education Policy
T. 82-2-2007-0625
E. [email protected]
Major Field
Major Field
Center for International Public Cooperation
Ph.D., Florida State University, U.S.A.
T. 82-2-2007-0653
F. 82-2-564-2158
E. [email protected]
Organizational Theory, HRM, Welfare Policy,
Japanese Public Administration
T. 82-2-2007-0674
F. 82-2-564-1046
E. [email protected]
Regulatory Research Center
Park,
Jungwon
Hur,
Joon Young
Ph.D., Yonsei University, Korea
Ph.D., University of California, San Diego(UCSD), U.S.A.
Head of Office of Strategic Planning,
Headquarters of Planning and Coordination
Department of Public Management Research
Kim,
Young Rok
Policy Evaluation, Science & Technology Policy,
Financial Administration
Administrative leave, Department of Evaluation Research
E. [email protected]
Associate Research Fellows
F. 82-2-565-5852
E. [email protected]
Department of Public Management Research
Lim,
Sung Geun
Ph.D., Seoul National University, Korea
Policy Evaluation, Policy Analysis, Criminal Policy
Social Policy, Welfare Spending, International Development,
Policy Evaluation
KIPA
The Korea Institute of Public Administration
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wee will coontinuee too reacch out to thhe world thhroughh cohesion andd cooperation.
We will leadd our ever-cchanngiing socieety throough ressearchh while
adherinng to ouur etterrnal valuues andd principples.
ming of a betteer addministratiion todday than yesterrday
Dream
Thhe Koorea Insstituutee of Publlic Adm
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