ISSN : 1598-1487
The archival content listed arbitrarily makes it difficult for users to efficiently access the records of major economic policies, especially given that they use it without understanding the required period and context. Using the text mining techniques in the 30-year economic policy direction from 1991 to 2021, this paper derives economic-related keywords and changes that the government mainly dealt with. It collects and preprocesses major economic policies’ background, main content, and body text and conducts text frequency, term frequency–inverse document frequency (TF-IDF), network, and time series analyses. Based on these analyses, the following words are recorded in order of frequency: “job(일자리),” “competitive(경쟁력),” and “restructuring(구조조정).” In addition, the relative ratio of “job(일자리),” “real estate(부동산),” and “corporation(기업),” by year was analyzed in terms of chronological order while presenting major keywords mentioned by each government. Based on the results, this study presents implications for developing and broadening the area of archival information services related to economic policies.