The Korean Government and Public Policies in a Development Nexus : Sustaining Development and Tackling Policy Changes - Volume 2.

By: Choi, JongwonContributor(s): Kwon, Huck-ju | Koo, Min GyoMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandThe Political Economy of the Asia Pacific: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (149 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319524733Subject(s): Asia-Politics and governmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Korean Government and Public Policies in a Development Nexus : Sustaining Development and Tackling Policy Changes – Volume 2DDC classification: 320 LOC classification: JA1-92Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 The Goal of the Book -- 1.2 An Overview of the Book -- References -- Policy Environment and Governance -- 2 Changes in the Political, Social and Economic Environment of Public Policy in South Korea After the 1980s -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Overview of the Contemporary History of South Korea -- 2.2.1 Political Environment During the Developmental Era -- 2.2.2 6/29 Declaration and Revision of Constitution: A Critical Juncture for Democratization -- 2.2.3 Financial Crisis and Kim Dae-Jung Administration Reforms: Another Critical Juncture -- 2.3 Changes in the Policy Environment -- 2.3.1 Political Change -- 2.3.1.1 Legislative Power and Divided Government -- 2.3.1.2 Crisis of Representative Democracy -- 2.3.2 Social Change -- 2.3.2.1 Rise of the Pluralistic Civil Society -- 2.3.2.2 Increased Social Instability -- 2.3.3 Economic Change -- 2.3.3.1 Globalization and Global Standards -- 2.3.3.2 Labor Market Flexibility -- 2.4 Challenges to Key Policy Actors -- 2.4.1 The Presidency -- 2.4.2 The Legislature -- 2.4.3 State Bureaucracy -- 2.4.4 Summary -- 2.5 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Leaving Behind the Developmental State: The Changing Rationale of Governance in Korean Governments -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Rationale of Governance and the Developmental State -- 3.3 The 'Civilian' Government and Market Liberalization -- 3.4 State-Led Economic Reform and Social Protection -- 3.5 Participatory Democracy and Innovations in the Public Sector -- 3.6 Back to the Developmental State? -- 3.7 Conclusion -- References -- 4 The State-Civil Society Relationship in Korea -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Theoretical Discussions -- 4.3 Government-NPO Relationships Under Progressive Governments -- 4.4 Government-NPO Relationships Under Conservative Governments.
4.5 The State-Society Relationship from the Perspective of the Government and Non-profit Civic Organization Relationship -- References -- Public Policies Beyond the Developmental State Paradigm -- 5 The National Innovation System (NIS) for the Catch-up and Post-catch-up Stages in South Korea -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Methodology for Analyzing the NIS of Countries -- 5.3 The NIS During the Catch-up Stages in Korea -- 5.4 Transition to NIS for the Post-catch-up Stage -- 5.5 Policy Implication: Reforming the NIS in Korea -- References -- 6 From the Developmental to the Universal Welfare State: Lost in Transition? -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Reform of the Developmental Welfare State -- 6.3 Social and Economic Changes and New Social Risks -- 6.4 Searching for the Universal Welfare State -- 6.5 Lost in Transition? -- 6.6 Conclusion -- References -- 7 South Korea's Policy Responses to the Changing Trade Environment in the Post-Uruguay Round Period -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Patterns of South Korean Trade -- 7.3 Institutional Landscape in the Post-UR Period -- 7.4 South Korean Policy Responses -- 7.4.1 Changing Policy Preferences and Strategies -- 7.4.2 Major Players and Their Goals -- 7.5 Conclusion and Policy Implications -- References -- 8 The Challenges of Foreign Policy and Suggestions for Future Responses -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Challenges for Korean Foreign Policy -- 8.2.1 Demands from Democratized Domestic Politics -- 8.2.2 Korea's Security Posture in Transition -- 8.2.3 North Korean Security Threat -- 8.2.4 Public and Middle Power Diplomacy in Great Demand -- 8.3 Suggestions for Korean Foreign Policy -- 8.3.1 Pursuing Principled Foreign Policy -- 8.3.2 Seeking Domestic Consensus for Effective Foreign Policy -- 8.3.3 Searching for a Sustainable Diplomatic Path in Northeast Asia -- 8.3.4 Dealing with North Korean Provocation.
8.3.5 Investing More in Public and Middle Power Diplomacy -- 8.4 Conclusion -- References -- 9 Conclusion -- 9.1 Korea as a Model of Growth: Old and New -- 9.2 From a Middle Income Country to a Mature Post-industrial Society -- 9.3 Two Steps Back for One Step Forward -- 9.4 What Lies Ahead -- References.
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Foreword -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 The Goal of the Book -- 1.2 An Overview of the Book -- References -- Policy Environment and Governance -- 2 Changes in the Political, Social and Economic Environment of Public Policy in South Korea After the 1980s -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Overview of the Contemporary History of South Korea -- 2.2.1 Political Environment During the Developmental Era -- 2.2.2 6/29 Declaration and Revision of Constitution: A Critical Juncture for Democratization -- 2.2.3 Financial Crisis and Kim Dae-Jung Administration Reforms: Another Critical Juncture -- 2.3 Changes in the Policy Environment -- 2.3.1 Political Change -- 2.3.1.1 Legislative Power and Divided Government -- 2.3.1.2 Crisis of Representative Democracy -- 2.3.2 Social Change -- 2.3.2.1 Rise of the Pluralistic Civil Society -- 2.3.2.2 Increased Social Instability -- 2.3.3 Economic Change -- 2.3.3.1 Globalization and Global Standards -- 2.3.3.2 Labor Market Flexibility -- 2.4 Challenges to Key Policy Actors -- 2.4.1 The Presidency -- 2.4.2 The Legislature -- 2.4.3 State Bureaucracy -- 2.4.4 Summary -- 2.5 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Leaving Behind the Developmental State: The Changing Rationale of Governance in Korean Governments -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Rationale of Governance and the Developmental State -- 3.3 The 'Civilian' Government and Market Liberalization -- 3.4 State-Led Economic Reform and Social Protection -- 3.5 Participatory Democracy and Innovations in the Public Sector -- 3.6 Back to the Developmental State? -- 3.7 Conclusion -- References -- 4 The State-Civil Society Relationship in Korea -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Theoretical Discussions -- 4.3 Government-NPO Relationships Under Progressive Governments -- 4.4 Government-NPO Relationships Under Conservative Governments.

4.5 The State-Society Relationship from the Perspective of the Government and Non-profit Civic Organization Relationship -- References -- Public Policies Beyond the Developmental State Paradigm -- 5 The National Innovation System (NIS) for the Catch-up and Post-catch-up Stages in South Korea -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Methodology for Analyzing the NIS of Countries -- 5.3 The NIS During the Catch-up Stages in Korea -- 5.4 Transition to NIS for the Post-catch-up Stage -- 5.5 Policy Implication: Reforming the NIS in Korea -- References -- 6 From the Developmental to the Universal Welfare State: Lost in Transition? -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Reform of the Developmental Welfare State -- 6.3 Social and Economic Changes and New Social Risks -- 6.4 Searching for the Universal Welfare State -- 6.5 Lost in Transition? -- 6.6 Conclusion -- References -- 7 South Korea's Policy Responses to the Changing Trade Environment in the Post-Uruguay Round Period -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Patterns of South Korean Trade -- 7.3 Institutional Landscape in the Post-UR Period -- 7.4 South Korean Policy Responses -- 7.4.1 Changing Policy Preferences and Strategies -- 7.4.2 Major Players and Their Goals -- 7.5 Conclusion and Policy Implications -- References -- 8 The Challenges of Foreign Policy and Suggestions for Future Responses -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Challenges for Korean Foreign Policy -- 8.2.1 Demands from Democratized Domestic Politics -- 8.2.2 Korea's Security Posture in Transition -- 8.2.3 North Korean Security Threat -- 8.2.4 Public and Middle Power Diplomacy in Great Demand -- 8.3 Suggestions for Korean Foreign Policy -- 8.3.1 Pursuing Principled Foreign Policy -- 8.3.2 Seeking Domestic Consensus for Effective Foreign Policy -- 8.3.3 Searching for a Sustainable Diplomatic Path in Northeast Asia -- 8.3.4 Dealing with North Korean Provocation.

8.3.5 Investing More in Public and Middle Power Diplomacy -- 8.4 Conclusion -- References -- 9 Conclusion -- 9.1 Korea as a Model of Growth: Old and New -- 9.2 From a Middle Income Country to a Mature Post-industrial Society -- 9.3 Two Steps Back for One Step Forward -- 9.4 What Lies Ahead -- References.

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