Korea, South

  • Nick Heath-Brown
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


Korean Peninsula Democratic Liberal Party Military Coup Music Festival Deputy Prime Minister 
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Further Reading

  1. National Bureau of Statistics. Korea Statistical Yearbook Bank of Korea. Economic Statistics Yearbook Google Scholar
  2. Castley, R., Korea’s Economic Miracle. 1997CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Cumings, B., Korea’s Place in the Sun: A Modern History. 1997Google Scholar
  4. Jager, Sheila Miyoshi, Brothers at War: The Unending Conflict in Korea. 2013Google Scholar
  5. Kang, M.-H., The Korean Business Conglomerate: Chaebol Then and Now. 1996Google Scholar
  6. Kim, D.-H. and Tat, Y.-K. (eds.) The Korean Peninsula in Transition. 1997Google Scholar
  7. Kim, Myung Oak and Jaffe, Sam, The New Korea: An Inside Look at South Korea’s Economic Rise. 2010Google Scholar
  8. Lie, John, Han Unbound: The Political Economy of South Korea. 2000Google Scholar
  9. Simons, G., Korea: the Search for Sovereignty. 1995CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Smith, H., Industry Policy in Taiwan and Korea in the 1980s. 2000Google Scholar
  11. Song, P.-N., The Rise of the Korean Economy. 3rd ed. 2003Google Scholar
  12. Tennant, R., A History of Korea. 1996Google Scholar
  13. Uttam, Jitendra, The Political Economy of Korea: Transition, Transformation and Turnaround. 2014CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  14. National Statistical Office: Statistics Korea, Government Complex Daejeon, 139 Seonsaro, Seo-gu, Daejeon 302–701. Website:

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