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Two Koreas in Development

A Comparative Study of Principles and Strategies of Capitalist and Communist Third World Development

by Byoung Kim

  • 332 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Transaction Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Capitalist or free market economies,
  • Development economics,
  • Planned or state-controlled economies,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Communism,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Social conditions,
  • History: World,
  • North Korea,
  • South Korea,
  • Asia - General,
  • Development - Economic Development,
  • History / Asia,
  • Capitalism,
  • Economic Development,
  • Korea (North),
  • Korea (South)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8198499M
    ISBN 100887384374
    ISBN 109780887384370

    While North Korea has experienced severe economic deterioration and increasing international isolation, South Korea has undergone democratization and witnessed the emergence of a vibrant consumer culture. Paradoxically, this growing gap in ideologies and material standards has led to improved relations between the two countries. Among the list of criteria, South Korea dominates in the ease to start a business and enforcing contracts. All of them play a significant role in encouraging investment, production, communication and, eventually, economic growth. Second, South Korea has devoted extra attention to technology development and innovation to promote growth.   For 50 years, South Korea’s economy has grown by an average of seven percent annually, contracting in only two of those years. In , South Korea joined the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the club of rich industrialized countries, and in , it became the first Asian country and the first non-G-7 member to host a G Cited by: 4.


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"Self-reliant" North Korea achieved successful growth during its first fifteen years, but has since been faced with numerous structural limitations on sustained development, including severe restrictions on political freedom and civil the author's view, the experience of the two Koreas suggests that the solution to underdevelopment must be based on the realization that exclusionary theories need Cited by: 8.

Don Oberdorfer's "The Two Koreas: A Contemporary History" is the perfect first book for anyone interested in the history and trauma in Korea over the last 50 years.

This text was required reading in a graduate-level course on the Government and Security in Korea. Oberdorfer knows by: Focused on systemic issues, this book is the first study to attempt a comprehensive analysis of social and economic development in modem Korea as a whole.

As a homogeneous nation artificially divided by the competing ideologies of the Cold War, Korea provides a unique laboratory for comparing divergent development processes undertaken by conflicting social systems.

This book goes into great depth on the modern history of the two Koreas in a more unbiased way than most western books Two Koreas in Development book to do. It shows the rational thought of presumed crazy and irrational dictators and how neither side is perfect.4/5.

Two Koreas in development: a comparative study of principles and strategies of capitalist and communist Third World development. [Pyŏng-no Kim] -- The startling revolutions of recent years have had as great an impact on Northeast Asia as on Eastern Europe. As Korea enters a hopeful new chapter in its history, this timely book, with contributions by distinguished experts in the field, addresses the fragility of the political, economic, and military balance within the two Koreas and in Northeast Asia.

The main story line begins inwith the origins of communications between the two Koreas, and continues up through Although the focus is political developments in the conflict between the two Koreas, economic and social elements are added to contrast their respective development over by: While the Cold War is over in the rest of the world, a potentially deadly confrontation continues on the bitterly divided peninsula of Korea, where two of the world's largest armies - along w U.S.

troops - face each other across the misnamed "demilitarized zone", ready to resume fighting on a moment's notice. Here the United States would be instantly involved in any new outbreak of 3/5(2). Don Oberdorfer's "The Two Koreas: A Contemporary History" is the perfect first book for anyone interested in the history and trauma in Korea over the last 50 years.

This text was required reading in a graduate-level course on the Government and Security in Korea. Oberdorfer knows Korea/5(40). The development of the postwar Koreas is highly divergent. Although initially the North had some developmental advantages, the South Korean economy grew tremendously starting in the s.

Show students this comparison of the two Koreas’ income per person from to. Following a review of Korean diplomatic history and competing theoretical approaches, along with a synthetic national-identity theory as an alternative approach, one chapter each is devoted to how Korea relates to the four powers in turn, and the book concludes with a consideration of inter-Korean relations and potential by:   Don Oberdorfer's "The Two Koreas: A Contemporary History" is the perfect first book for anyone interested in the history Two Koreas in Development book trauma in Korea over the last 50 years.

This text was required reading in a graduate-level course on the Government and Security in Korea/5(47). "A most timely book to understand what could happen if North Korea implodes or attacks South Korea." St.

Louis Post-Dispatch "What emerges from The Two Koreas is a portrait of precisely why the peninsula is so volatile: two rivals competing for national legitimacy in a culture where compromise is tantamount to defeat.

Oberdorfer refrains Brand: Basic Books. Don Oberdorfer's "The Two Koreas: A Contemporary History" is the perfect first book for anyone interested in the history and trauma in Korea over the last 50 years.

This text was required reading in a graduate-level course on the Government and Security in Korea. Oberdorfer knows Korea/5(40). Mark Tran: South Korea, the host of this week's fourth high-level forum on aid effectiveness, believes other countries could learn from its development experience.

As Korea enters a hopeful new chapter in its history, this timely book, with contributions by distinguished experts in the field, addresses the fragility of the political, economic, and military balance within the two Koreas and in Northeast : Wonmo Dong.

when Korea was divided and the two Korean states were launched on their very different trajectories. I picked up "The Two Koreas" before leaving for my first visit to Seoul and Busan hoping to get a full picture of political and economic developments on the peninsula since the end of the Korean.

Get this from a library. The two Koreas a contemporary history. [Don Oberdorfer; Robert L Carlin] -- "A new edition of the definitive overview of contemporary Korean history, updated with new material to account for recent, dramatic events". Two Koreas in Development: A Comparative Study of Principles and Strategies of Capitalist and Communist Third World Development.

By Byoung-Lo Philo Kim. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction publishers, xix, pp. - Volume 53 Issue 1 - Chang Yun-ShikCited by: 8. Despite their shared heritage, North and South Korea bear little resemblance today. Why Was Korea Divided. In Augustthe two allies “in name only” (as Robinson puts it) divided control over the Korean : Sarah Pruitt.

Korean summit in Octoberthe two Koreas signed a ‘Declaration on the Advancement of South-North Korean Relations, Peace and Prosperity’ and many planned and funded cooperative projects were scheduled.4 That same year, more thanSouth Korean tourists visited Mount Kumgang and inter-Korean trade reached billion dollars, rising.

In FebruarySouth Korea decided to close the inter-Korean Kaesong Industrial Complex in protest against North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile tests. Previously, it had not framed denuclearisation as a prerequisite for collaboration between the two Koreas – a change of course that may prove ill advised.

The election of opposition candidate Moon Jae-in last May has triggered the Author: Antoine Bondaz. The Two Koreas: A Contemporary History by Don Oberdorfer and a great selection of remainder mark, sticker/residue, and/or other minor aesthetic flaws.

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North Korea's Steep Decline: The Passage of Hwang Jang Yop: The Two Koreas in Time of Trouble: Turn Toward Engagement: Into the Heavens, Under the Earth: Toward an Aid-Based State: Perry to the Rescue: Toward the June Summit: Summit in Pyongyang: Engaging the United States: Afterword: Price: $   If you want to read only one book, but get a well-rounded view of the Korean Peninsula, this is the book for you.

This book goes into great depth on the modern history of the two Koreas in a more unbiased way than most western books tend to do. It shows the rational thought of presumed crazy and irrational dictators and how neither side is perfect.4/5(30). This book focuses on South Korea, and discusses every aspect of the country’s rise from a destitute post-war state to a tech-obsessed powerhouse.

What sets this book apart is the inclusion of several interviews with important Korean pioneers, including the mayor of Seoul, actor Choi Min-sik, and Soyeon Yi, Korea’s first astronaut.

Though this book is somewhat outdated, particularly concerning North Korean leadership changes, it is still a useful scholarly resource to obtain an understanding of twentieth century Korean history, regardless of which Korea one is interested in.

()/5(3). An old Asia hand offers a briefing that's more notable for the breadth than for the depth with which it addresses the issues still dividing North from South Korea. Oberdorfer (The Turn,etc.) starts his narrative inthe first time that Pyongyang representatives had openly visited Seoul since the peninsular country was partitioned in the wake of WW II, and then reviews the ongoing.

Inafter years of mutual hostilities, North Korea invaded South Korea in attempt to unify the peninsula under its communist rule. The subsequent Korean War, which lasted from toended with a stalemate and has left the two Koreas separated by the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) up to the present day.

In China’s Rise and the Two Koreas, Scott Snyder argues increased ties between China and the Republic of Korea have had only limited impact. The Two Koreas: A Contemporary History by Don Oberdorfer, Robert Carlin PDF, ePub eBook D0wnl0ad Ever since Korea was first divided at the end of World War II, the tension between its northern and southern halves has riveted—and threatened to embroil—the rest of the world.

A Tale of Two Koreas: Breaking the Vicious Circle Dr. Mark B. Suh. Octo Since there have existed two Koreas on the divided Korean Peninsula: North and South Korea. Both were recognized as sovereign states by the UN inand most countries of the world have normal relations with bothKorean states.

Korea is a region in East Asia; since it has been divided into what are now two distinct sovereign states: North Korea (officially the "Democratic People's Republic of Korea") and South Korea (officially the "Republic of Korea").

Korea consists of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island, and several minor islands near the is bordered by China to the northwest and Russia to the Calling code: + (North Korea), +82 (South Korea).

The Korean Peninsula is divided in two by the DMZ. North Korea is a Communist dictatorship with a low standard of living and absolutely no civil rights. South Korea is a capitalist democracy with a high standard of living and a free-market economy.

North Korea is. "e development of the postwar Koreas is highly divergent. Although initially the North had some developmental advantages, the South Korean economy grew tremendously starting in the s. Show students this comparison of the two Koreas’ income per person from to. Find books like The Two Koreas: A Contemporary History (Revised and Updated Edition) from the world’s largest community of readers.

Don Oberdorfer The Two Koreas Similar books. Books similar to The Two Koreas: A Contemporary History (Revised and Updated Edition) The Two Koreas places the tensions between North and South within a.

Asia North and South Korea: how different are they. As Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in held their landmark meeting, the world's attention turns to the Korean Peninsula — a region with deep. Don Oberdorfer has written a gripping narrative history of Korea's travails and triumphs over the past three decades.

The Two Koreas places the tensions between North and South within a historical context, with a special emphasis on the involvement of outside powers. "synopsis" may belong to 4/5(). North Korean vs. South Korean Economies: An Overview Although they may share a border and were once united, there is a big difference between the economies of North and South Korea.This book is quite simply the best assessment of the changing contemporary relationship between China and the two Koreas A work of deep analytic insight and detailed empirical observations.

“The Two Koreas,” Don Oberdorfer’s fine book covering the last quarter-century of Korean history, contains the only detailed account of the frightening crisis over North Korea’s Author: BRUCE CUMINGS.