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Judicial independence and legal infrastructure: Essential partners for economic development: participatory governance in South Korea : Legal infrastructure, economic development, and dispute resolution

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  • Judicial independence and legal infrastructure: Essential partners for economic development: participatory governance in South Korea
  • Amsler, Lisa Blomgren; Lee, Sun Woo; Chang, Won Kyung
  • Indiana University


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Title Judicial independence and legal infrastructure: Essential partners for economic development: participatory governance in South Korea
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Legal infrastructure, economic development, and dispute resolution

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Amsler, Lisa Blomgren; Lee, Sun Woo; Chang, Won Kyung

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[Bloomington, U.S.]:Indiana University

Date 2007
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal:vol. 19
Pages 29
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
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Abstract

South Korea, an established industrial economy, has quietly broadened and deepened its democracy, and is presently building new, innovative governance processes into its institutions. This article examines South Korea's implementation of new governance processes, specifically, its growing use of conflict resolution and civic engagement. First, this article discusses definitions of legal infrastructure. Second, it addresses control over dispute-system design as a lens through which to examine new governance processes. Third, it discusses recent developments in the Korean Judicial and Executive branches. Lastly, it will address the connections between new governance processes and economic development in Korea.