농촌계획 Vol.25 No.1 (p.39-50)

지방분권 확대에 대응한 지방자치단체의 농촌정책 추진 여건 분석 - 일반농산어촌개발사업 추진 시‧군을 중심으로 -

Condition for Rural Development Led by Local Governments in the Era of Increasing Devolution
키워드 :
Rural Policy,Local Governance for Rural Development,CRDP,Comprehensive Rural Development Programme,Devolution,Intermediary Organization

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ABSTRACT
I. 서 론
II. 선행연구 및 시사점
  1. 주요 선행연구 동향
  2. 시사점 및 분석 과제
III. 시‧군 포괄보조사업 이후 농촌 변화
  1. 분석 개요
  2. 포괄보조금 사업 시행 이후 주요 변화
  3. 지자체의 농촌 지역개발 추진 기반 구축
IV. 분권적 농촌정책 추진 여건과 과제
  1. 지자체의 분권적 농촌정책 추진 여건 비교
  2. 정책 과제
V. 결 론
References

초록

The purpose of this study is to figure out the current condition of local governments (Si or Gun) to implement rural development policy in the face of the central government’s drive for increasing devolution. Since late 1990s or early 2000s when scope of rural policy began to expand quantitatively, there has been considerable increase in rural residents’ participation into community projects as a whole. Nevertheless, there exists regional differentiation in local governments’ efforts to systematically support rural development projects (CRDP: Comprehensive Rural Development Programme) and community activities by setting up intermediary organizations or hiring rural development professionals in a public office. According to this survey on local government officials, regions that have made such efforts to support rural policy at a local level, show more advanced level of institutional capacity than other regions in local decision making process for CRDP, role of strategic rural developmental plans, vitality of community actors, etc. In the era of increasing devolution, these differences can be expected to result in diverging performances of each area in regionalized rural policy. The central government needs to introduce EU’s LEADER-type rural development programmes to support community acitivities by various local actors and at the same time promote local governance building for rural policy, adopting institutional rewarding system such as rural planning contract.