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A real time impact evaluation of the Dr. LEE Jong-wook—Seoul project in Lao PDR : Second-year interim report

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Title A real time impact evaluation of the Dr. LEE Jong-wook—Seoul project in Lao PDR
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Sub Title

Second-year interim report

Project Category Impact Evaluation
Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Cho, Won-Dong; Kim, Joon-Kyung; Kim, Jungho; Kim, K. S.; Kim, Taejong; Lee, Kye Woo

Publisher

[Sejong, South Korea] : KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2013
Project Impact Evaluation
Pages 140
Subject Country Laos(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Official Aid < Social Infrastructure
Official Aid < Others
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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Abstract

According to North Korea’s 2008 census, about 88% of the population aged 20-59 are officially employed in socialist sectors. However, the actual share of the employed population who can afford a decent living is estimated at 31%-62%. As for North Korea’s PPP-based per capita income-calculated using energy usage patterns-it is well in the range of the Bank of Korea’s estimates on the North’s per capita GNI for 2008, at $948-$1,361. On the contrary, Pyongyang has marked the official share of the employed population aged 20-59 at 85% and per capital income at a maximum of $2,715, implying that the capital is more affluent than the rest of the country.
Drawing on the data from the 2008 North Korea Census directly conducted on North Korean people, this study seeks certain implications on the real employment (unemployment) rate in official socialist sectors and the real income level. (The rest omitted)