水産經營論集 Vol 49 No 3 (p.67-83)

델파이 기법을 적용한 수산업・어촌 정책방향 연구

A Study on the Policy Directions of Korean Fisheries and Fishing Villages Applying Delphi Method
키워드 :
Megatrends,Fisheries and Fishing Villages,Policy directions,Delphi method,AHP,Analytic Hierarchy Process

목차

Abstract
I. 서 론
Ⅱ. 델파이 조사 개요 및 분석방법
  1. 델파이 조사 개요 및 수행체계
  2. 계층화 분석법(AHP)
Ⅲ. 델파이 조사 분석결과
  1. 수산업․어촌정책의 성과 평가
  2. 미래 메가트렌드와 수산환경 변화
  3. 미래 수산정책 수요 및 전략과제
Ⅳ. 결 론
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초록

This study is aimed at finding policy directions for Korean fisheries and fishing villages by using Delphi method for fisheries experts. Fisheries experts have highly evaluated the achievements of fostering aquaculture industry, seafood export support measures, and natural disasters relief and recovery arrangements among the policies promoted as so far. And it was recognized that policies such as fishery resources management, creation and recovery of fishery resources, improvement hygiene and seafood safety, and provision young fishermen with training and capacity building will be important.
Future megatrends, for example changes in food consumption pattern, climate change, and demographic structure changes are expected to have a significant impact on fisheries and fishing villages. The Delphi survey indicates that the most important policy objective is to secure a stable fisheries production. In other words, fisheries policy in the future should be aimed at suppling sustainable seafood for popular consumption. Finding strategies and action plans that can achieve this goal will be an important policy issue. In conclusion, it is necessary that a number of fundamental researches carry out in Korea, which can lead to finding out a multifunctionality of fisheries and fishing village.
In addition, it is important to expand the scope of fisheries policy, which can consider not only the fisheries producers but also seafood consumer’s and young fishermen perspectives. Furthermore, it recommends that fishery policy needs to include fishery related industry as well as application of 4th industrial revolution technology to fishery