Quantitative Effect Evaluation and Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis of Rural Development Projects

Year
2013
Type(s)
Author(s)
Jimin Lee, Yeonjeong Bae, Taegon Kim, Jeongjae Lee
Source
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning Vol.19 No.2, 2013, pp.107-120
Url
http://jksrp.or.kr/journal/article.php?code=12187

A lot of rural development projects have been planned and implemented for revitalizing rural areas in South Korea. However, it is not easy to properly evaluate and quantitatively analyze project outcomes. For this reason only selected regions have been evaluated for rural projects by government agencies. In this study, we analyzed the purpose and the contents of the Rural Village Development Project (RVDP) and Green Tourism Village Project (GTVP) to find indicators for evaluating results of rural projects using logistic regression analysis. Outputs of this study show that RVDPs increase regional population and GTVPs positively affect the sales of agricultural products. We also estimated the spatial distribution of project effects through spatial autocorrelation analysis and local-spatial autocorrelation analysis. Results show that the Moran’s I values for the proportion of farmers with avocational jobs, product sales changes, and population growth in Jeol-La province are positive and the biggest one is population growth. Especially, key areas of agricultural product sales are widely distributed.

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