The South Korean economy was a spectacularly successful twentieth century story. This book, first published in 1987, examines many important aspects of the Korean way of doing business, and provides a valuable guide not only to the business practices of South Korea, but also to the attitudes of western potential business partners.
1. Doing Business with Koreans 2. Koreans: Who Are They? 3. Banking and Finance 4. Trade Policy 5. Labour and Employment 6. Laws Governing Business 7. Government, Entrepreneurs and Competition 8. Economic Policy 9. Korean-American Economic Relations
This collection of out-of-print books brings together research on the key aspects of Korea: its business world; its religious world; its society; and its language. It is an essential reference collection.