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Caparing Japan(Keirestu) and Korea(Chaebol) economic efficiency on their financial structures

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  • D.B.A., Rossano V. Gerald
  • European Journal of Economics, Law and Politics


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Title Caparing Japan(Keirestu) and Korea(Chaebol) economic efficiency on their financial structures
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D.B.A., Rossano V. Gerald

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[Kocani],[Republic of Macedonia] : European Journal of Economics, Law and Politics

Date 2014
Journal Title; Vol./Issue European Journal of Contermporary Economics and Management:vol.1(no.2)
Pages 11
Subject Country Japan(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Economy < Economic Administration
Economy < Economic System
Holding European Journal of Economics, Law and Politics
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Abstract

In this constantly changing global environment, Japan and Korea have shown impressive economic growth by creating formidable industrial powerhouse in the past two decades that carved out markets shares in the Asia, Europe, Latin and North America regions. They are known as Asia’s second and third biggest economies with a real gross domestic product (GDP) in the trillions. Their economic development strategies strongly mirror each other because of an industrial group system which was foster from zaibatsu (prewar) a family owned organization that dominated the both economic activities by controlling industrial and financial policies through single parent intervention concept. After the postwar (WWII) this organization was broken up by the United States (occupier) and transformed into zeirestu and chaebol conglomerates system which were suppose to promote a more free independent enterprise system. This research paper will address how these two inter-corporate group alliances systems influence their economies strategic decision-making processes.