2016 Past Events and Activities (July-19~)
Lecture by Invited Professor: Comparative Studies on East Asian Economic Development
“Comparative Studies on East Asian Economic Development”
This lecture aims to analyze the transformation processes as well as economic growth and crisis
of the East Asian development model focused on the three leading countries of the East Asia: Japan, Korea, and China.
Similarity and difference in the original models and their transformations among three countries will be clarified.
Moreover, this lecture will suggest the preconditions for sustainability of the East Asian development model
prevailed in these countries. Policy agenda for sustainable East Asian development model will be discussed.
Prof. Hyungkee KIM,
Kyungpook National University, South KOREA
Time: 10:30-12:00 (2nd period)
Date : July 19-28 (Monday-Friday)
Day1: East Asian Miracle Revisited
Day2: Prototype and variants of East Asian Development Model
Day3: Transformation I: Marketization and Privatization
Day4: Transformation II: Liberalization of Financial Market
Day5: Transformation III: Changesin Corporate System
Day6: Transformation IV: Flexbilization of Labor Market
Day7: Growth and Crisis o fEast Asian Development Model
Day8: Towards Sustainable East Asian Development Model
Faculty of Law and Faculty of Economics East Bldg.
For more details → Lecture’s Poster&Syllabus