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Think tanks of Korea : Contributions to economic development and their evolution

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Ministry of Strategy and Finance (MOSF), Republic of Korea Myongji University 	 uol Kim, Professor, Myongji University D Kwang-Ho Kim, Professor, Hanyang University
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Byungkoo Cho, Senior Fellow, Korea Development Institute Young-Ki Lee, Professor, KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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KDI School of Public Policy and Management 	 Ministry of Strategy and Finance (MOSF), Republic of Korea
Government Publications Registration Number 11-1051000-000594-01 ISBN 979-11-5545-117-5 94320 ISBN 979-11-5545-116-8 [SET 19] Copyright © 2014 by Ministry of Strategy and Finance, Republic of Korea
Government Publications Registration Number 11-1051000-000594-01
Knowledge Sharing Program
2014 Modularization of Korea’s Development Experience
Think Tanks of Korea: Contributions to Economic Development and Their Evolution
Preface
opportunity to better understand the factors that drive development. Within about one The study of Korea’s economic and social transformation offers a unique window of generation, Korea transformed itself from an aid-recipient basket-case to a donor country remarkable is that the fruits of Korea’s rapid growth were relatively widely shared. with fast-paced, sustained economic growth. What makes Korea’s experience even more In 2004, the Korean Ministry of Strategy and Finance (MOSF) and the Korea Development
Institute (KDI) launched the Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) to assist partner coun


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Title Think tanks of Korea
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Contributions to economic development and their evolution

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kim, Duol; Kim, Kwang-Ho

Publisher

Sejong:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2014-12
Series Title; No Knowledge Sharing Program: KSP Modularization
ISBN 979-11-5545-117-5 94320; 979-11-5545-116-8 [SET 19]
Pages 142
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
Supervisor KDI School of Public Policy and Management
Organizer Ministry of Strategy and Finance; MYONGJI UNIVERSITY
Sponsor Ministry of Strategy and Finance

Abstract

After World War II, the economic development process of developing countries incorporated an important factor, one that was different from the UK, which achieved the very first Industrial Revolution. That is, the pivotal role of the government. The Industrial Revolution in the UK was a product of modern economic growth that resulted from the natural occurrence of technological innovation by ordinary activities of economic players. However, developing countries that planned to achieve economic development after World War II, as well as industrial European countries following the UK, have benchmarked the UK or other developed countries as their role model, and the government actively led the way to achieve economic development. The case of Korea is often mentioned as the representative case of a government succeeding in leading the country’s economic development. (The rest omitted)

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Government Publications Registration Number 11-1051000-000594-01