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Infrastructure development for the economic development in developing countries : Lessons from Korea and Japan

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  • Infrastructure development for the economic development in developing countries
  • Kim, Byoungki
  • Kobe University(Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies)


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Title Infrastructure development for the economic development in developing countries
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Lessons from Korea and Japan

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Kim, Byoungki

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[London]:Kobe University(Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies)

Date 1993
Series Title; No GSICS working paper series / 11
Pages 26
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Holding Kobe University

Abstract

Infrastructure is indispensable to achieve the main development targets in developing countries, such as urbanization, industrialization, export promotion, equitable income distribution, and sustainable economic development. Late developing countries can benefit from previous development experience provided they choose the right model. However, the relationship between infrastructure and economic growth is still frequently debated. This paper will examine the experience of Korea and Japan in infrastructure development for economic growth to acquire some valuable lessons that infrastructure development contributes to economic development in developing countries.