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Korea's Economic Prospects
From Financial Crisis to Prosperity
This book examines the major issues arising from the Korean financial crisis of 1997. It considers the strong prospects for rapid economic recovery and the emerging changes in Korea's international economic relations and business environment. The authors investigate the causes of the financial crisis and provide an evaluation of remedial measures and reforms currently being introduced in both private and public sectors of the Korean economy. The book identifies a paradigm shift in Korean economic policy and discusses Korea's new role in both the regional and global economy. It also examines the major developments reshaping Korea's international business environment through fundamental policy shifts in trade, foreign direct investment, labor relations, management practices and the emerging trends in e-commerce. Korea's Economic Prospects will be of interest not only to academics and policy advisors but also to individuals and corporations attempting to capitalize on emerging business opportunities in Korea.
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'... very well presented academic book... in Korea's Economic Prospects a valuable source of research material on the economy and its prospects. It will help one to understand the factors leading to the Korean recovery which has recently been recognised by the credit rating agency...' -- Marie-Aimee Tourres, The Journal of Development Studies