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Newly Industrialising Economies And International Competitiveness: Market Power And Korean…

byD. Kim

Hardcover | July 21, 2006

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The advent of the international trade regime has compelled many East Asian governments to retreat from strategic trade policy. This book examines how, and to what extent, the nature of industry and international trade regimes, including EU trade policies, have impacted on their market power and transformed Korean state-corporate power relations.
DOO-JIN KIM gained his first PhD from Korea University in 1992. This was followed by a second doctoral degree from the University of Sussex, UK, in Contemporary European Studies. He has held various memberships and appointments, and was Executive Secretary of the Korean Association of International Studies. He has carried out several r...
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Title:Newly Industrialising Economies And International Competitiveness: Market Power And Korean…Format:HardcoverDimensions:281 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.69 inPublished:July 21, 2006Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230002048

ISBN - 13:9780230002043

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements List of Figures and Tables List of Abbreviations Introduction International Trade Regime, Big Business as 'Market-makers' and the Wealth of Nations International Competitiveness and the Shifting Contours between State and Corporate Power The Political Economy of Technology in global Markets and Transforming of Korean Chaebol European Integration, National Champions and the Politics of EU Industrial Policy EU Trade Policies, Korean FDI in the EU and the Emergence of Korean Electronics Multinationals Conclusion and Policy Implications Notes Bibliography Index