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Penerapan Capitalist Developmental State di Korea Selatan pada Masa Pemerintahan Kim Young Sam (1993-1998)

Title Penerapan Capitalist Developmental State di Korea Selatan pada Masa Pemerintahan Kim Young Sam (1993-1998)
Author(s) Adelinda Nurfitriani
Dr. Poppy Sulistyaning Winanti, M.P.P., M.Sc.
Areas of Interest International Political Economy and Development
Publisher Departemen Ilmu Hubungan Internasional Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Gadjah Mada
Publishing Year 2015
Publishing Place Yogyakarta
Abstract/Notes This thesis examines the transformation of the South Korean developmental state during Kim Young Sam government as the implication of government’s reformation in economic and politics. South Korea had a long history of state involvement in the process of state development through its policies focused on the economic growth under authoritarian regime. However, its very success of industrialization strengthened various class force, such as labor and chaebol, whose demands undermined the autonomy of the state. More importantly, since democratization in 1987 and strategy of market liberalization was introduced in the 1990s, state involvement to intervene the economic development had been decreasing. Thus, that condition then affected the implementation of developmental state during Kim Young Sam period, specifically in term of the role of state and its policy that was significantly different from developmental state model during the early industrialization period.
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