Korea's New Economic Strategy in the Globalization Era

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O. Yul Kwon, Kyŏng-tʻae Yi
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 2003 - Political Science - 247 pages
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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. 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 and practical analysis of all aspects of the Korean economy. economy, Asian economics, development studies and a broad sweep of other issues concerning structural reform should find this volume useful.

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