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A Study on the Institutional Improvements in the Operation and Management of Underground Shopping Malls

융합경영연구 / The Journal of Economics, Marketing and Management, (E)2288-7709
2022, v.10 no.1, pp.15-26
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.20482/jemm.2022.10.1.15
KIM, Gi-Pyoung (Logistics and Commerce Department, Daejeon University)
SEO, Jung Hwa (Major in Design, Faculty of Design, Seoul Institute Of The Art)
LEE, Yong-Kyu (Department of management, Hoseo University)
LEE, Geun-Woo (Web planner co)
YOO, Chang-Kwon (Logistics and Commerce Department, Daejeon University)
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Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to analyze the method of calculating the usage fee, rent, and lease rights of public goods necessary for the operation and management of the underground shopping mall, and to suggest systematic improvement points for the operation of the underground shopping mall. Data and Methodology: First, ordinances and regulations related to common property were investigated. Second, previous studies were analyzed. A survey was conducted with five questions that conflict with the interests of underground shopping mall merchants among the ordinances and operating systems related to the current underground shopping malls' common property. Results: Underpass merchants wanted monthly payment for the use of common property, and merchant organizations wanted to limit the increase rate with the right to use. They asked for the property value due to donation to be excluded from the loan fee, they wanted to revise the Common Property Act on the transfer of lease rights, and they wanted to revise the loan contract renewal period. Conclusion: There is a need to improve the laws and systems for underground shopping malls, and it will have to be negotiated according to the opinions of the merchants gathered among them, and it will have to be implemented in stages in the long term.

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Underground Shopping Mall, Usage Fee, Public Property, Operation, Rent, Institution

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