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The 1997 financial crisis and the changing role of the state in Korea: The Korean experience : The developmental state and the financial system

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  • The 1997 financial crisis and the changing role of the state in Korea: The Korean experience
  • Song, Wonseop
  • University of York


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Title The 1997 financial crisis and the changing role of the state in Korea: The Korean experience
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The developmental state and the financial system

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Song, Wonseop

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[York, U.K.]:University of York

Date 2014-09
Pages 296
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Financial Policy
Economy < Economic Conditions
Economy < Economic Administration
Holding University of York

Abstract

The major aim of this research is to investigate the changing role of the state in South Korea (henceforth Korea) after the financial crisis of 1997. Considering the complexity of Korean dynamics in this period, the change in financial systems and the country‘s developmental state will be the main points of focus. In order to analyse the main focus of thesis, the research will be simply the process of answering to the questions of, ―What has been essential to both state definition and finance in Korea?‖ and, therefore, ―How essential is the state‘s definition and the role of the state in finance when examining how far Korean state has changed in the aftermath of the 1997 financial crisis?‖ In this thesis the core question is this: ―How has the Korean developmental state changed since the 1997 financial crisis? (The rest omitted)