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The Korean economy 1945-1995 : Performance and vision for the 21st century

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Title The Korean economy 1945-1995
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Performance and vision for the 21st century

Material Type Others
Author(English)

Cha, Dong-Se; Kim, Kwang Suk; Perkins, Dwight H.

Publisher

Seoul:Korea Development Institute

Date 1997
ISBN 89-8063-032-8
Pages 791
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Macroeconomics
Economy < Economic Conditions
Economy < Economic Administration
Holding Korea Development Institute

Abstract

A number of books and papers are available on Korean economic development. However, most of them are limited either in the time span covered or subject areas. This report covers all the sectors deemed important in Korea's economic development processes, and includes chapters on North Korea as well as the vision and strategies for the 21st century. Authors for each subject were carefully selected to successfully carry out this important task. A total of twenty0nine authors have been involved for seventeen papers including foreign scholars and many KDI fellows.
Part One comprises two papers and serves as the introduction to this book. Chapter 1 attempts a comprehensive historical review and evaluation of the past 50 years of Korean economic development. Dividing the half century into three distict periods, the authors present and assess the development strategies and patterns. Chapter 2 complements the first one by analyzing and discussing the sources of economic growth, the transformation of the economic structure, and the key factors contributing to Korea's economic success including the roles played by the government and the market in the process of structural transformation of the economy. (The rest is omitted)