Table of contents for Korea's developmental alliance : state, capital and the politics of rapid development / David Hundt.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
List of figures	
Abbreviations
	Introduction: The developmental alliance and Korean development
	Prologue: A new beginning?
	Power and political economy in Korea
	The dynamics of the developmental alliance
	Overview of the book
1 	Korea in the political economy literature
	Appraising the neo-classical approach
	The developmental state and Korea
	The structural power of business
	Conclusions
2	The dynamics of the developmental alliance
	From developmental state to developmental alliance
	Conclusions: a new understanding of Korean development
3 	Priming for takeoff
	Learning the lessons of Japan
	Geopolitics and the imperatives of the cold war
	The Rhee interregnum
	Conclusions
4	Forming the developmental alliance
	In quest of infrastructural power
	The view from Washington
	An unruly alliance
	The limits of state power
	Containing the backlash
	Conclusions
5	The developmental alliance in flux
	Retrenching the state?
	The democratic interlude
	Kim Young-sam and globalisation
	No way out?
	
6	Re-aligning the alliance
	The paradox of neoliberal reform
	Learning to love the IMF
	Repositioning the state
	The taming of the two: Daewoo and Samsung
	The politics of chaebol discipline
	Widening the alliance?
	From crisis to recovery
	Conclusions
	
7	The alliance in retrospect
	Bureaucracy
	Social pressures
	National security
	Economic conditions
	Globalisation
	Patterns of change
	Understanding change
	Still the developmental alliance?
	The alliance and the market
Notes
Appendix One: Key personages in Korean developmental alliance
Appendix Two: Glossary of Korean terms used in the text	
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Business and politics -- Korea (South).
Korea (South) -- Economic policy.
Economic development -- Korea (South).
Korea (South) -- Economic conditions.
Korea (South) -- Politics and government.