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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.