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A Study on the Improvement of Standards for Evaluating Economic Efficiency of Pre-feasibility Study on Ports
Report No. 2016-14 Research Manager Geun Seob,Kim
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Summary
○ The efforts to improve the standard guidelines of prefeasibility study on ports have relatively fallen short.
   -The preliminary study conducted between the revision of 2001 and the 3rd edition of 2014 has been insufficient.
   -This is partly attributable to various methods of implementing port development ports, such as projects are conducted by non-governmental port authorities etc.

○ The reality has not been sufficiently reflected in the process of calculating economically beneficial items in ‘A Study on Standard Guidelines for Pre-feasibility Study on Ports (the 3rd edition).’
   -The 3rd edition has reflected the changes of conditions in port industry and greatly improved basic assumptions, which bears significant validity and meaning.
   -However, some elements are still not considered in a realistic perspective.
   -For instance, unclear distinction between purpose cargo and non-purpose cargo, unreasonable application of the smallest KRW unit in estimating benefits, exception of economically beneficial items which should have been applied, etc,.
   -In addition, the prefeasibility study on ports should necessarily include the benefits of reducing environmental cost following the reduction of land transportation volume.
○ So far, the benefits of reducing ship waiting cost were not analyzed due to the difficulty in its analysis. Once the analysis is considered available through basic statistical analysis by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, objective analysis should be conducted by reviewing various methodologies.
○ The following policy should be implemented to estimate economically beneficial items on ports in a realistic manner.
   -While the economically beneficial items applied to ports are diverse, the development of specific criteria and methodology cannot be conducted in short time. Therefore, it is necessary to develop an estimation methodology based on individual beneficial items.
   -For this, it is valid that the research should be conducted by relevant research organizations. Therefore, it is imperative to provide stable support.
   -Furthermore, O/D survey per ports and product items should be regularly conducted to prepare the standard of estimating correct economic benefits. It is also necessary to conduct a preemptive research on the methodology for economic efficiency in regards to development projects such as port hinterland, marina and port redevelopment which has not been covered in the current standard guideline of prefeasibility study.
   -Since many of the data in PORT-MIS and VTS concerning port operation should be supplemented, it is necessary to make improvement at the same time.
 
2) Policy contribution
○ The study contributes to stable implementation of port policy by efficiently and timely developing port facilities.
○ The study draws economically beneficial items reasonably and objectively applicable to prefeasibility studies for specific projects. In doing so, it preemptively prevents wasteful controversy related to the analysis of economic efficiency following projects and averts the waste of administrative costs.
○ The study serves as a basic data as a policy judge that is able to efficiently adjust excessive and reckless demands of developing port facilities. Also, it enables to establish and standardize the criteria of economic efficiency on an objective and fair port investment project.

Research Project Report 상세보기
A Study on the Improvement of Standards for Evaluating Economic Efficiency of Pre-feasibility Study on Ports
Report No. 2016-14 Research Manager Geun Seob,Kim
File

Summary
○ The efforts to improve the standard guidelines of prefeasibility study on ports have relatively fallen short.
   -The preliminary study conducted between the revision of 2001 and the 3rd edition of 2014 has been insufficient.
   -This is partly attributable to various methods of implementing port development ports, such as projects are conducted by non-governmental port authorities etc.

○ The reality has not been sufficiently reflected in the process of calculating economically beneficial items in ‘A Study on Standard Guidelines for Pre-feasibility Study on Ports (the 3rd edition).’
   -The 3rd edition has reflected the changes of conditions in port industry and greatly improved basic assumptions, which bears significant validity and meaning.
   -However, some elements are still not considered in a realistic perspective.
   -For instance, unclear distinction between purpose cargo and non-purpose cargo, unreasonable application of the smallest KRW unit in estimating benefits, exception of economically beneficial items which should have been applied, etc,.
   -In addition, the prefeasibility study on ports should necessarily include the benefits of reducing environmental cost following the reduction of land transportation volume.
○ So far, the benefits of reducing ship waiting cost were not analyzed due to the difficulty in its analysis. Once the analysis is considered available through basic statistical analysis by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, objective analysis should be conducted by reviewing various methodologies.
○ The following policy should be implemented to estimate economically beneficial items on ports in a realistic manner.
   -While the economically beneficial items applied to ports are diverse, the development of specific criteria and methodology cannot be conducted in short time. Therefore, it is necessary to develop an estimation methodology based on individual beneficial items.
   -For this, it is valid that the research should be conducted by relevant research organizations. Therefore, it is imperative to provide stable support.
   -Furthermore, O/D survey per ports and product items should be regularly conducted to prepare the standard of estimating correct economic benefits. It is also necessary to conduct a preemptive research on the methodology for economic efficiency in regards to development projects such as port hinterland, marina and port redevelopment which has not been covered in the current standard guideline of prefeasibility study.
   -Since many of the data in PORT-MIS and VTS concerning port operation should be supplemented, it is necessary to make improvement at the same time.
 
2) Policy contribution
○ The study contributes to stable implementation of port policy by efficiently and timely developing port facilities.
○ The study draws economically beneficial items reasonably and objectively applicable to prefeasibility studies for specific projects. In doing so, it preemptively prevents wasteful controversy related to the analysis of economic efficiency following projects and averts the waste of administrative costs.
○ The study serves as a basic data as a policy judge that is able to efficiently adjust excessive and reckless demands of developing port facilities. Also, it enables to establish and standardize the criteria of economic efficiency on an objective and fair port investment project.

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