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Korea under Siege, 1876-1945

Capital Formation and Economic Transformation

by Young-Iob Chung

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages406
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ISBN 100195178300
ISBN 109780195178302


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Korea Under Siege, claims that Japanese imperialism triggered an industrial revolution in Korea, highlighting capital accumulation as a key force driving the transition. Following a brief introduction, Young-Iob Chung, Professor Emeritus of Economics at Eastern Michigan University, begins by describing poverty persisting in traditional Korea (Chapter 2).

This book examines the transformation of the independent and isolated Korean economy into a dependent colonial economy during the period between andfocusing on capital formation, economic development, and structural changes. This book is a study of transformation of the Korean economy from the time of the opening of the hermit kingdom in to the end of Japanese rule infocusing on capital formation, economic growth, and structural changes.

During the year period, the country under siege of foreign powers transformed from a static, and agrarian economy.

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For centuries, before North and South were divided, Korea had been a unified and mostly independent country, until the late of the s, when Japanese navy forced the hermit kingdom to open its ports to international trade.Korea Under Siege, – Capital Formation and Economic Transformation.

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