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Individuals, firms, and the government in the paths of globalization : Korea and Japan

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  • Individuals, firms, and the government in the paths of globalization
  • Kim, Sangjoon; Kim, Yee Seul
  • International Political Science Association


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Title Individuals, firms, and the government in the paths of globalization
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Korea and Japan

Material Type Articles
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Kim, Sangjoon; Kim, Yee Seul

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[Madrid]:International Political Science Association

Date 2013
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic System
Government and Law < International Politics
Holding International Political Science Association

Abstract

This study focuses on how government approaches toward competitions in economy as an alternative understanding of a country’s political economy to the conventional dichotomies of state vs. market, or developmental vs. regulative state. It proposes three distinctive positions of government toward competition; “to maintain competition,” “to control competition,” and “foster competition.” This study shows important differences not only between market oriented economy (i.e. US) and state-oriented economy (Japan and Korea), but between Japan and Korea. If the United State us a good example of a state in which the maintaining competition predominated, Japan is a good example of a state in which the controlling competition predominated. South Korea was a good example of a state in which the promoting competition predominated. This study highlights the variation of governmental intervention of the developmental state. (The rest omitted)