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Aid Dependence and The Structure Of Corruption The Case of PostKorean War South Korea

Aid Dependence and The Structure Of Corruption The Case of PostKorean War South Korea From 1953 to 1961, the South Korean economy grew slowly the average per capita GNP growth was a mere percent, amounting to less than 100 in 1961. Few people, therefore, look for the sources of later dynamism in this period. As Kyung Cho Chung 1956225 wrote in the mid1950s South Korea faces grave economic difficulties. The limitations imposed by the Japanese have been succeeded by the division of the country, the general destruction incurred by the Korean War, and the attendant dislocation of the population, which has further disorganized the economy see also McCune 1956191192. T.R. Fehrenbach 196337, in his widely read book on the Korean War, prognosticated By themselves, the two halves of Korea might possibly build a viable economy by the year 2000, certainly not sooner. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy Emerald Publishing

Aid Dependence and The Structure Of Corruption The Case of PostKorean War South Korea

International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy , Volume 17 (11/12): 42 – Nov 1, 1997

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Emerald Publishing
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0144-333X
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Abstract

From 1953 to 1961, the South Korean economy grew slowly the average per capita GNP growth was a mere percent, amounting to less than 100 in 1961. Few people, therefore, look for the sources of later dynamism in this period. As Kyung Cho Chung 1956225 wrote in the mid1950s South Korea faces grave economic difficulties. The limitations imposed by the Japanese have been succeeded by the division of the country, the general destruction incurred by the Korean War, and the attendant dislocation of the population, which has further disorganized the economy see also McCune 1956191192. T.R. Fehrenbach 196337, in his widely read book on the Korean War, prognosticated By themselves, the two halves of Korea might possibly build a viable economy by the year 2000, certainly not sooner.

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International Journal of Sociology and Social PolicyEmerald Publishing

Published: Nov 1, 1997

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