The adoption of state growth management regulation (SGMR): Regarding institutional analysis and development (IAD) framework and event history analysis

Title
The adoption of state growth management regulation (SGMR): Regarding institutional analysis and development (IAD) framework and event history analysis
Author(s)
박상철박정원[박정원]이건형[이건형]
Issue Date
201009
Citation
International Review of Public Administration, v.15, no.2, pp.43 - 58
Abstract
Growth management means specific regulatory policies aimed at influencing future growth so that it occurs in a more rational manner than would occur without any overall planning. Currently, thirteen U.S. states have adopted state growth management regulation (SGMR). The contemporary SGMR provides the statewide planning programs and goals that reduce negative externality and spillover effects and emphasize balanced sustainable development. The mediating role of SGMR is well matched with the explanatory framework of institutional analysis and development (IAD) in terms of solving social dilemmas in social contextual circumstances. This paper seeks to explain what factors account for the adoption of SGMR. By applying the IAD framework, the authors analyze the impact of political party ideology, community characteristics, and physical conditions. Through event history analysis, the authors found influencing important factors: political party ideology and citizen liberalism, real estate interest, and growth pressure. ? International Review of Public Administration.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/23627http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/12294659.2010.10805173
ISSN
1229-4659
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