Table of contents for Marxist perspectives on South Korea in the global economy / edited by Martin Hart-Landsberg, Seongjin Jeong and Richard Westra.

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 Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface and Acknowledgements
Introduction: Marxist Perspectives on South Korea 
in the Global Economy
Martin Hart-Landsberg, Seongjin Jeong and
Richard Westra
Part 1 Marxian Method and South Korean Capitalism
Introduction 
1 Trend of Marxian Ratios in Korea: 1970-2003
 Seongjin Jeong
2 Estimating Sectoral Rates of Surplus Value: 
 Methodological Issues
 Rieu Dong-Min
3 State, Market, and Stages of Capitalism in 
 South Korean Development
 Richard Westra
Part 2 The South Korean Economy in Global Perspective
Introduction
4 China and the Dynamics of Transnational Capital Accumulation
 Martin Hart-Landsberg and Paul Burkett
5 Changing Patterns of Accumulation and Realization in East Asia 
 since the1990s
 Joseph Halevi and Peter Kriesler 
Part 3 The South Korean Economy in Historical Perspectives
Introduction
6 Land Reform and Capitalist Development in Korea
 Sang-Hwan Jang
7 A Critical Appraisal of Economic Achievements under the 
 Park Chung Hee System 
 Soohaeng Kim and Seung-Ho Park
Part 4 The South Korean Economy into the Future
Introduction
8 The South Korean Economy: Problems and Prospects
 Martin Hart-Landsberg
9 When Capital Becomes Society: The Re-composition of 
 Capitalist Work and New Labor Activism in Korea"
 Dae-oup Chang
Appendix: Major Political and Economic Events in Korea, 1945-2006
Notes on the Contributors
English Language References
Korean Language References
Japanese Language References
 
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Korea (South) -- Economic conditions -- 1960-.
Korea (South) -- Economic policy -- 1960-.