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Bureaucrats and Entrepreneurs: Korean Studies Series No. 38
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Author: Yun Tae Kim
Publisher: Jimoondang
Pub. Date: Sep. 2008
Pages: 304
Cover: Hardcover
Dimensions (in inches): 9.09 x 5.98 x 0.83
ISBN: 9788988095324
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This book is a sociological study of capitalist development, the state and big business in Korea. It seeks to contribute to the theory of the state and corporate society through an analysis of the internal and external relations of Korea’s business group. Historically, it traces the overall effect of the state and foreign capital on big business in Korea. The geopolitical environment and the expansion of the military and bureaucracy are of great significance in understanding the state structure and capacity, the authoritarian political system, and the government‐business relationship. The Korean state sustained structural relations with big business to implement its developmental goals, and big business became the leading agent of national economic development. The state also played an important part in shaping the ownership patterns, managerial system, and social networks of big business. The ultimate conclusions are that the Korean economic class has become a social class through increasingly dense social networks with other elite groups, and it now acts as an integral part of the upper class.

Preface
List of Tables
List of Abbreviations
Note on Romanization of Korean Names and Words

Chapter 1
Introduction

Chapter
Late Development, the State and Big Business

Chapter 3
Authoritarian Corporatism and the Origins of Entrepreneurs

Chapter 4
The Making of the Chaebol

Chapter 5
Family and Manager

Chapter 6
The Decline of the Developmental State

Chapter 7
Social Networks and Power

Chapter 8
Globalization, Governance and the Nation State

Chapter 9
Financial Crisis and the Emergence of the Market-Oriented State

Chapter 10
Conclusion

Notes
Bibliography
Index

 
 

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