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논문명(한글) [Vol.14, No.6] A Study on Development of Performing Arts Demand Index by Region
논문투고자 Woo Young Song
논문내용 In Korea, with the rapid growth, the size of the performing arts market has increased greatly. However, there are also problems such as growth biased to specific sectors and regional biases centered on the metropolitan area. Therefore, in the field of performing arts, there is a need for the appropriate supply of performance arts and facilities suitable for the demand level of each region. In this study, the regional performing arts demand index was developed in order to derive improvement measures for these problems. Also, this paper presented a method to utilize the developed performance art demand index. In order to calculate the demand index, the ratio of 20s and 30s in economically active population and income per capita were selected as input factors for performing arts demand. As the performance factor of performing arts demand, the average number of performance days and operation rate were selected. The selected factors were converted into standardized scores and applied to the index. Also, the structure of the integrated database system for periodic calculation of regional indexes is presented. As a result of index calculation based on 2017, the demand index of metropolitan area such as Seoul and local metropolitan city is higher than that of other regions. The comparison of the demand index by region and the number of seats per thousand people showed that the number of seats was relatively low compared to the demand in Ulsan and Incheon, and the number of seats in Gangwon-do and Jeollanam-do was higher than the demand. As a result of analyzing the three-year demand index by region, the demand index fell the most in Daegu compared to three years ago, and the index rose the most in Gwangju and Jeju.
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