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The Resource Economic Miracle Market South Korea : A Blueprint for Economic Growth in Developing Nations

Economic Miracle Market South Korea : A Blueprint for Economic Growth in Developing Nations

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Economic Miracle Market South Korea : A Blueprint for Economic Growth in Developing Nations
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Economic Miracle Market South Korea
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A Blueprint for Economic Growth in Developing Nations
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Economic Miracle Market South Korea : A Blueprint for Economic Growth in Developing Nations
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Economic Miracle Market South Korea : A Blueprint for Economic Growth in Developing Nations
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  • Register of a Few Korean Expressions -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Author -- 1 Introduction and Previous Visits to Seoul -- 1.1 Preliminary Remarks -- 1.2 Notes on the Transcription of the Written Korean Language -- 1.3 The Fate of the Danseuse Choi Seung-hee -- 1.4 Earlier Visits to Seoul -- Literature -- 2 The Historical Development of Korea -- 2.1 Prehistory -- 2.2 The Kingdom of Goguryeo -- 2.3 The Southern Kingdoms of Baekche and Shilla -- 2.4 The Kingdom of Goryeo -- 2.5 The Founding of the Yi Dynasty and the Kingdom of Joseon -- 2.6 King Sejong the Great -- 2.7 Aggressions of the Manchu and the Japanese -- 2.8 The Self-isolation of Joseon -- 2.9 The Arrival of Aliens -- 2.10 The Opening of the Ports to Foreign Powers -- 2.11 Chinese, Japanese, and Russian Interests in Conflict -- 2.12 Japan Settles in Korea -- 2.13 Paving the Way for the Division of Korea -- 2.14 The First Republic (1948-1960) -- 2.15 The Korean War -- 2.16 The Second Republic (1969-1961) -- 2.17 The Third Republic (1961-1972) -- 2.18 The Fourth Republic (1972-1980) -- 2.19 The Fifth Republic (1980-1987) -- 2.20 The Sixth Republic (from February 1988) -- 2.21 The Financial Crisis as a Turning Point -- 2.22 Consolidation Under President Lee Myung-bak -- Literature -- 3 The Country and Its People -- 3.1 South Korea-Geography and Climate -- 3.2 Architectural Features -- 3.3 Country of Tunnels -- 3.4 Nutritional Basis -- 3.5 Western Clothing -- 3.6 Traditional Manual Skills -- 3.7 Linguistic Challenges and Attitudes Toward Foreign Countries -- 3.8 The Exceptional Position of the South -- 3.9 Modern Trends and Changes -- 3.10 Development into a Social Welfare State -- 3.11 The Family -- 3.12 The Development of the Status of Women -- 3.13 Liberal Education and Formal Vocational Training -- 3.14 Physical and Mental Recreation
  • 3.15 Some Sociopsychological and Sociocultural Aspects -- 3.16 Religions in Korea -- 3.17 Philosophical Approaches -- 3.18 The Roots of a Sociocultural Behavior -- 3.19 Spirit of Seonbi -- 3.20 Government and Administration -- 3.21 Legislation -- 3.22 Judiciary -- 3.23 Parties and Elections -- 3.24 Criminality -- 3.25 The Real Estate Business -- 3.26 Internet Platform (Taekgeul) -- 3.27 Cultural Aspects -- 3.28 Sports -- Literature -- 4 State and Economy-Essential Development Principles -- 4.1 Falling Victim to Rapacious Neighbors -- 4.2 Internal Discordances -- 4.3 Resistance to Changes for Conservative and Structural Reasons -- 4.4 Insecurities in the Postwar Years (1945-1960) -- 4.5 The Era of Pak Chung-hee and the Military -- 4.6 Economy Under the Auspices of Democracy -- 4.7 Dynamics Under Lee Myung-bak -- 4.8 Liberalization and Increasing Standards of Life -- 4.9 Determinants of the Economic Development and Planning -- 4.10 The Vitality of Koreans -- 4.11 Educational Will and Aspirations -- 4.12 Dedication to Prestige-The Importance of Face -- 4.13 Primacy of Implementation Versus Planning and Decision -- 4.14 The Change of Awareness Among Citizens -- 4.15 Dispatching Coal Miners and Nurses to Germany -- Literature -- 5 Powerful Conglomerations-The Chaebol -- 5.1 Development of the Chaebol -- 5.2 Leading Chaebol -- 5.2.1 Samsung -- 5.2.2 Hyundai -- 5.2.3 SK -- 5.2.4 LG -- 5.2.5 GS Group -- 5.2.6 The Amazing Lotte Group -- 5.2.7 Daewoo-An Example of a Drastic Failure -- 5.3 Actual Ranking of the Chaebol -- 5.3.1 Posco (Pohang Iron & Steel Co.) -- 5.3.2 Kepco (Korea Electric Power) -- 5.3.3 Hyundai Heavy Industries -- 5.3.4 Hanwha -- 5.3.5 S Oil -- 5.3.6 KT -- 5.3.7 LS -- 5.3.8 Hanjin -- 5.3.9 Dongbu -- 5.3.10 CJ -- 5.3.11 KumhoAsiana -- 5.3.12 Shinsegae -- 5.3.13 Doosan -- 5.3.14 DSME -- 5.4 Financial InstitutesBanks
  • 5.5 Founding Characteristics of the Chaebol -- 5.6 Transformation of the Chaebol -- 5.7 The Future of the Chaebol -- Literature -- 6 Challenges of the Business Leadership -- 6.1 International Approximations of Leadership Processes -- 6.2 Different Styles of Personnel Management -- 6.3 The Employees -- 6.4 The Management Level -- 6.5 The Korean Trade Unions -- 6.6 Treatment and Position of Employees -- 6.7 Notes to Management -- 6.8 In Pursuit of the Ideal of Harmony -- 6.9 Finance and Accounting -- 6.10 Taxation -- 6.11 Decision Making -- 6.12 Common Business Behaviors -- 6.13 Negotiations -- 6.14 The Service Sector -- 6.15 Logistic Structures and Logistic Systems -- 6.16 Organization of Labor -- Literature -- 7 Markets and Marketing in Korea -- 7.1 Cultural and Societal Change -- 7.2 Ancient Markets -- 7.3 Structures of Distribution -- 7.4 Payment Practices in Trade -- 7.5 The Consumers -- 7.6 Modern Distribution Patterns -- 7.7 Structures of Demand -- 7.8 The Ever-Increasing Importance of Brands -- 7.9 Marketing Tools -- 7.10 The Media -- 7.11 Market Access for Foreign Competitors -- 7.12 Stimulating Seoul -- Literature -- 8 Final Observations-Future Developments -- 8.1 Korea in-Between Powerful States -- 8.2 Reunification: A Far Distant Goal -- 8.3 The KIC-Project of Gaeseong -- 8.4 North Korea in Isolation -- 8.5 Possible Strategic Interests of the USA and ChinaInternational Influences -- 8.6 Prospects of Further Enhancements of the Republic of Korea -- 8.7 Disappointments and Expectations of Korea -- Literature -- CV Shin Ho Kang -- Literature on Korea -- Index
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