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Spatial-Data-Based Analysis of Adequate Supply and Demand for Childcare Service Infrastructure
Attach Spatial-Data-Based Analysis of Adequate Supply and Demand for Childcare Service Infrastructure.pdfSpatial-Data-Based Analysis of Adequate Supply and Demand for Childcare Service Infrastructure.pdf Author Hyunsoo Choi Miae Oh Mikyung Cheon Date 2017/12/04
Summary
Ⅰ. Research Background & Purpose
Ⅱ. Literature Review
Ⅲ. Databases & Research Method
Ⅳ. Research Findings
V. Policy Implications and Recommendations

 

Contents

Ⅰ. Research Background & Purpose 1
Ⅱ. Literature Review 7
1. Literature Review 9
2. Departing from the Existing Literature 13
3. The Need for Future Research 17
Ⅲ. Databases & Research Method 21
1. Scope & Database of Accessibility Analysis 24
2. Accessibility Analysis: Method & Indicators 27
3. Clustering Analysis & Indicators Based on Spatial Data  30
Ⅳ. Research Findings 35
1. Analysis of the Distribution of National/Public Childcare
Facilities and Assessment of the Accessibility of Childcare
Services After Expansion of National & Public Childcare
Infrastructure in 2012 38
2. Distribution of Hourly Care Facilities & Forecasts on
Changes in Accessibility Based on Simulation of New
Hourly Care Facility Locations 45
3. Clustering Analysis on the Supply-Demand Indicators &
Characteristicsvyw of All Neighborhoods Nationwide 50
4. Clustering Analysis on Supply-Demand and Accessibility
Indicators & Characteristics of Neighborhoods in Seoul  61
V. Policy Implications and Recommendations 73
Bibliography 81 

 

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