Restructuring the national economy
Lee-Jay Cho, Yoon Hyung Kim, Chung H. Lee
Korea Development Institute, 2001 - Antiques & Collectibles - 423 pages
Increasing globalization in the twenty-first century will present South Korea with many new challenges. Most of its domestic markets will become increasingly integrated into world markets, and many of its firms will be competing with global players, both at home and abroad. How successful will Korea be in meeting these challenges of globalization? Will it need to restructure its economy with new institutions better suited for the world of globalization? If so, what are the "models" that Korea should follow? Contributors attempt to answer some of these questions relating to globalization.
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