Korea's New Economic Strategy in the Globalization ERAby Griffith University, Australian Centre for Korean Studies Biennial Conference Staff (Contribution by), O. Yul Kwon (Editor), Saeung-Haeui Chwa, Kyaeong-Tae Yi, Sung-Hui Chwa
Korean economists explore how South Korea is adopting a new economic strategy to serve it during the globalization and information era as the country recovers from its financial crisis. They consider such issues as recent developments in Korean geopolitical economy; economic relations between North and South Korea; the basic overall policy framework; and specific strategies for key areas such as the international trade of commodities and services, business, finance and investment, primary industries, labor and social welfare, and preparing for an economy based on information and knowledge. The 14 essays were selected from the presentations and revised in light of discussion and further reflection. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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