Title An Analysis of Nationwide Commercial Gentrification Factors in Korea
Authors 박근송(Piao, Gen Song) ; 이태규(Lee, Tae Gyu) ; 김정우(Kim, Jung Woo) ; 박지은(Park, Jee Eun)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2020.36.10.63
Page pp.63-73
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Commercial Gentrification; National Unit Gentrification; Factors of Gentrification; Logistic regression;Predictive Model of Gentrification
Abstract This study investigates the areas where commercial gentrification occurred across the country. Dividing the area into metropolitan and non-metropolitan regions, this study analyzes the factors of gentrification in each area through logistic regression analysis. As a result, the ‘floor-area of newly opened restaurants difference' and the 'Ratio of Class 1 neighborhood living facilities’ were found to have a high correlation with whether or not gentrification occurred in the metropolitan area. In the case of the non-metropolitan area, the 'number of restaurants in operation difference’ and the 'average basement floor' indicators were found to have a high correlation with whether or not gentrification occurred. The significance of this study is that the gentrification cases and factors were selected on a nationwide scale using nationwide data, not in a limited area. By analyzing the metropolitan area and the non-metropolitan area, the difference between the factors of gentrification occurring in the two regions was revealed. Taking into account these results, we expect to develop a gentrification occurrence prediction model that suits for domestic gentrification in subsequent research.