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Weekly Seminar
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  • Apr 2, 2015 ~
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  • Room 108, Building #57-1, GSPA
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  • centerforgc@gmail.com
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Agenda Setting Process of Immigration Policy using Cobb & Elder’s Agenda-setting theory: Focusing on Foreign Social Integration Education
Among various foreign social integration policies, education policy is among the most important. This includes the overall education system of providing information about language, law, history and culture to foreigners living in Korea for their adaptation.
Research questions:
1. Why and how was this education policy introduced?
2. Why has this education system failed?
3. How has this education system succeeded?
These issues are reviewed from the perspective of the policy streams model.

A Fixed Effects Analysis of Vietnam Economic Development
Using data about Vietnam’s economic development, the relationship between two measures of governance innovation (creativity and efficacy in working with central law) and logged industrial output growth is analyzed.
From this result, two questions are raised:
1. Why is creativity unassociated with economic growth in high-growth provinces?
2. Why is ICT penetration negatively associated with growth in all provinces, while insignificant in high-growth provinces?
The challenges of this research are acknowledged, including model specification, control variables, and validity of measurement indices.
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