Role of the State in Korean Economic Development

While Japan has probably been the major focus of research and commentary regarding the role of the state in economic development, Korea’s experience as a “developmental state” is also an important illustration of the role that governments sometimes choose to play in directing the public and private sectors toward specific economic and social goals.  This report provides a brief introduction to the role of the state in Korean economic development.  Beginning with this post, we are shifting to a new monthly publication schedule that will transition to a newsletter format, although special posts will still be made as necessary for development that we believe merit the immediate attention of our visitors.

Written by agutterman

Founding Director of the Sustainable Entrepreneurship Project


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