Table of contents for The Korean developmental state : from dirigisme to neo-liberalism / Iain Pirie.

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Contents
List of Abbreviations
1. Critical Introduction and Literature Review
1.1 Sketch of the Main Arguments
1.1.1 The Autonomy of a Miracle 
1.1.2 The Disintegration of the Korean Developmental State and the 1997-8
1.1.3 The New Korean Political Economy
1.1.4 Global Competition, Neo-Liberalism and Alternatives
1.2 The Shape of the Monograph 
2. Putting Korea in its Place
2.1 The National Industrial and Developmental States
2.2 Post-Fordism, Financialisation, Globalisation and Primitive 
Accumulation Redux
2.2.1 The Privatisation of Common Property and the Extension of the Global 
Proletariat
2.2.2 Restructuring Production
2.2.3 Financialisation and the Development of a Global Financial Market
3.Global Competition, Neo-Liberalism and Alternatives
3.1 The Neo-Liberal State
3.1.1 Monetary Policy
3.1.2 Financial Regulation
3.1.3 Corporate Governance
3.1.4 Regulatory Reform
3.1.5 Industrial Policy
3.1.6 The Organisation of Public Services
3.1.7 Labour Market Regulation
3.2 Neo-Liberal Convergence and Alternatives
3.3 Conclusion
4. The Ontology of a Miracle
	4.1 The Birth of a Tiger: Japanese Imperialism, Syungman Rhee and US Power
	4.2 The Vietnam War, Japanese Capital and Korean Industrialisation
	4.3 Political Repression, Finance and the Dynamics of State-Led 
Development
 4.4 Conclusion
5. The Disintegration of the Development State
 and the Failure of Economic Liberalisation 
 in Korea 
4.1 Economic Reform 1980 ?1993: Saying a
 Long Goodbye to the Leviathan State
 4.1.1 Financial ?liberalisation?
 4.1.2 Restructuring the Korean corporate sector
 4.2 The Economic Consequences of Kim Young-Sam:
Racing Towards The Abyss
 4.2.1 Institutional reform
4.2.2 Financial reform
4.2.3 Restructuring the Korean corporate sector
4.3 Conclusion
6. Building Institutions for Markets 
6.1 Institutional and Procedural Reform 
 6.1.1 Central bank independence
6.1.2 The creation of an independent financial 
 regulator
6.1.3 The new regulatory framework 
6.1.4 The institutional structures of 
telecommunications and electricity sector 
 regulation
 6.2 Financial Regulation
 6.3 Corporate Governance
 6.4 Enhancing Economic Openness
6.5 Privatization and the Marketisation of the State 
 
5.6 Conclusion
7. Corporate and Financial Restructuring in 
Post-Crisis Korea 
 7.1 Financial Restructuring
 7.1.1 Commercial banks
 7.1.2 Non-bank financial institutions
 7.1.2.1 Merchant banks 
 7.1.2.2 Insurance firms 
 7.1.2.3 Investment trust companies 
 7.1.3 Overall assessment of the post-crisis financial 
 restructuring process 
7.2 Corporate Restructuring
 7.2.1 The Top Five chaebol
 7.2.2 Smaller conglomerates
 7.2.3 Small and medium sized enterprises
 7.2.4 Overall assessment of the post-crisis corporate 
 restructuring process 
 7.3 Conclusion
8. The Social Impact of Crisis Neo-Liberal Restructuring 
8.1 The Immediate Impact of the Crisis 
 8.1.1 Core workers
8.1.3 Unprotected workers 
8.2 Labour Market Restructuring
8.2.1 Extending the ?periphery? and intensifying exploitation
8.2.2 Restructuring the core worker-capital relationship
7.3 Welfare Reform
7.4 Conclusion 
9. Conclusion 
 
References 	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Korea (South) -- Economic policy.
Free enterprise -- Korea (South).
Neoliberalism -- Korea (South).
Democracy -- Korea (South).