The ADI encourages the faculty of the GSPA to find appropriate development policy fitting diverse cultures and societies, as there is no ideal 'one-size-fits-all' development model across many regions. The ADI regional case studies tackle discrepancies between the present development policy recommendations and the circumstances of the issue country. This study offers more practical policy implications for developing countries. Following is the list of ongoing studies in 2014 which will produce working papers and journal articles.


Public Policy Research
Topic Case studies on public policy and public administration in developing countries
Research Duration 2013 ~ 2014
Research Director Huck-ju Kwon (Professor, Graduate School of Public Administration, SNU)
Researchers Tobin Im (Professor, Graduate School of Public Administration, SNU)
Sooneun Kim (Professor, Graduate School of Public Administration, SNU)
Min Gyo Koo (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Public Administration, SNU)
SeokJin Eom (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Public Administration, SNU)
Kilkon Ko (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Public Administration, SNU)
Contents [1] A study on the role of function of government in developing countries
[2] A system of policy coordination in Uganda
[3] The local government and decentralization in Vietnam
[4] A study on the current status of anti-corruption in the public sector and its dynamics in the Philippines
[5] A case study on the decision making system of trade policy in Thailand
[6] Social protection and poverty reduction in Cambodia
[7] A case study on the development of e-government