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Integrated Coastal Management and the Advent of New Ocean Governance in Korea: Strategies for Increasing the Probability of Success

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Korea may be considered to be in the vanguard of the inexorable shift towards the integrated management of marine and coastal affairs. The Korean Government established the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MOMAF) on 8 August 1996, integrating the ocean-related functions from ten government authorities in order to ensure consistent and effective marine policy. The main objective of this paper is to delineate the current issues of marine policy in Korea within the context of the changing global environment, and to discuss the chances for success of Korea's emerging marine policy. Special emphasis will be placed on the rapidly changing framework within which Korea's marine policy is devised, due to the establishment of the new ocean-related ministry.

Affiliations: 1: Affairs and Fisheries, Korea; 2: Marine Policy Center, Korea Ocean Research and Development Institute


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