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Labor in Korea 1987-2002

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Frame of Image s not the only field that experienced the disintegration of the development-era model and had to search for a more befitting model for the future. As the wave of change swept across the country, national affairs and management were subjected to the same conditions. As a result, the 15 years was a period of ceaseless changes and reforms.
* President, Korea Labor Institute · President, Korea Industrial Relations Association / Ph.D. in Economics, University of Boston, USA / Main field of study and research: Labor policies (industrial relations, labor market, human resource management)/ Main research papers and publications: Industrial Relations and National Competitiveness, (2003), Nanam Press; The Future of Labor and New Paradigm (2003), co-authored, etc.
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Labor in Korea, 1987~2002
However, this particular period is described as a transitional phase in history because, despite the changes and reform efforts, no new paradigm or model emerged for either national affairs or in the labor sector. The labor movement that began in 1987 was a driving force for change. As it won its rightful place along with political democratization, the labor movement, despite the low unionization rate, was able to play an important role as an engine for social and economic changes. As a result, the restriction on basic labor rights, which had long been an axis of industrial relations in the development era, was lifted. However, the game rules for the new era’s industrial relations were yet to be est


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Title Labor in Korea 1987-2002
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Lee, Wonduck

Publisher

Korea Labor Institute

Date 2009
Pages 792
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < General
Social Development < Employment
Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding Korea Labor Institute