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Korea’s New Economic Strategy In The Globalization Era

Korea’s New Economic Strategy In The Globalization Era

O. Y. Kwon , Sung-Hee Jwa , Kyung-Tae Lee

Edited by O. Yul Kwon, former Korea Foundation Chair in Korean Studies and Director, Australian Centre for Korean Studies, Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia and Adjunct Professor, Korea University Business School, Korea University, Korea, Sung-Hee Jwa, Gyeonggi Research Institute, South Korea and Kyung-Tae Lee, former Permanent Representative of Korea to the OECD, Paris, France and former President of the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, Seoul, Korea

2003 272 pp Hardback 978 1 84376 045 0

Hardback £94.00 on-line price £84.60

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‘This book does remarkable work in giving the audience a comprehensive look at a wide variety of issues concerning the Korean economy undergoing a dramatic transition from the past growth strategy.’
– Jungsoo Park, The Journal of the Korean Economy

This book presents Korea’s economic strategy to meet the emerging challenges, as it recovers from the 1997 financial crisis and moves on into the globalization and information era. For important policy areas, the authors evaluate existing policies, and offer proposals for new strategic direction that can achieve sustainable and equitable economic growth for Korea.

Contents
Contents: Preface Introduction: Korea’s Response to Globalization Part I: Korean Geopolitical Economy in the 21st Century Part II: Strategy for International Trade Part III: Strategy for Business, Finance and Investment Part IV: Strategy for Primary Industries Part V: Strategy for Labor Relations and Social Welfare Part VI: Strategy for an Information- and Knowledge-based Economy Index Contributors: C.-B. An, K.-Y. Bang, B. Bishop, S.-I. Chang, K. Choi, N. Choi, W.-J. Chung, G. Hahn, S.-H. Jwa, J.-G. Kang, J.-D. Kim, J.-I. Kim, O.Y. Kwon, B.-H. Lee, K.-T. Lee, W.-D. Lee, Y.-S. Lee, J.-C. Lim, K.S. Pai, K.-H. Park, J. Ro, S.-Y. Sonn, C.H. Yoo, C.-B. Yoon, D.R. Yoon

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‘This reviewer would encourage anyone interested in strategies for dealing with globalization and increasingly important information and knowledge based activities to read this book. . . They will find a wide-ranging exploration of current issues and generally thoughtful approach to the many practical and theoretical considerations posed by Korea’s new economic strategy.’
– Paul Kuznets, Comparative Economic Studies

‘This book does remarkable work in giving the audience a comprehensive look at a wide variety of issues concerning the Korean economy undergoing a dramatic transition from the past growth strategy.’
– Jungsoo Park, The Journal of the Korean Economy

This book presents Korea’s economic strategy to meet the emerging challenges, as it recovers from the 1997 financial crisis and moves on into the globalization and information era. For important policy areas, the authors evaluate existing policies, and offer proposals for new strategic direction that can achieve sustainable and equitable economic growth for Korea.

A considerable majority of the contributing authors are involved in formulating economic strategy as policy advisors to the Korean government, and they bring to their chapters extensive experience and insights regarding Korean government policies that are rarely available to readers in such a comprehensive form. The book therefore offers a timely, practical, and unique analysis of all aspects of the Korean economy.

Academics, policy practitioners, and others with interests in the Korean economy, Asian economies, development studies, and a broad sweep of other issues concerning structural reform will find in this volume a gold mine of detail and opinion.



 
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