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A Schumpeterian analysis of the Saemaul Undong movement in 1970s South Korea within the CDD framework

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Frame of Image he components of the SU movement. The goal of this paper is two-pronged: to identify elements of Community-Driven Development (CDD) in the SU movement, and to analyze the SU movement using Schumpeterian concepts in order to draw some implications from the SU model for the economic development in the developing world. While the movement was implemented prior to the conception of CDD as a framework, the elements of CDD of community participation, civic capacities and * Professorial & Research Chair of Samsung Korean Studies Program, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Asia & the Pacific, Pearl Drive, Ortigas Center, Pasig City 1605, Philippines. (E-mail): djunkil.kim@uap.asia, (Tel): +63 2 637 0912 to 26 loc. 287, (Fax): +63 2 637 0912 to 26 loc. 369. This paper reproduced through a Schumpeterian lens the Asia Development Bank report “The Saemaul Undong Movement in the Republic of Korea: Sharing Knowledge on Community-Driven Development” done by the author as a consultant to the ADB regional capacity development technical assistance project, Sharing Knowledge on CDD in Asia and the Pacific (RETA 7543) in 2010-11. Dr. Keun Lee, professor of economics at Seoul National University and editor of the SJE, encouraged him to rewrite the ADB report through a Schumpeterian analysis when the author opened in 2014 a seminar course “Catch-up Economic Development ― Korea Model” at a graduate class of Political Economy Program, School of Law & Governance, University of Asia & the Pacif


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Title A Schumpeterian analysis of the Saemaul Undong movement in 1970s South Korea within the CDD framework
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kim, Djun Kil

Publisher

Seoul Journal of Economics

Date 2015
Pages 40
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Government and Law < Public Administration