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Development of Dynamic Industrial Systems in Northeast Asia

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Authors
Park, SamOck
Issue Date
1994
Publisher
서울대학교 한국정치연구소
Citation
한국정치연구, Vol.4, pp. 9-35
Abstract
During the last two decades, development of dynamic business organizations, production systems and new technologies have contributed to the evolution of dynamic industrial systems and emergence of new industrial spaces.
Traditionally, industrial spaces were considered only within the national context. However, with relatively easy international movement of capital and technology transfer there has been a trend towards the evolution of industrial spaces beyond the national boundary. Considering recent dominant trends of international politics, the development of industrial spaces beyond the national boundary seems to continue to progress in the rest of the 1990s and at the dawn of the 21st contury.
According to Scalapino(1992: 22-25), there exist three broad trends of international politics today. That is, first, to achieve rapid economic growth, or to ensure steady growth in the case of advanced industrialized societies, is the primary goal of all states, irrespective of political system. Second, there is a general movement toward greater political openness in connection with the priority given economics. Finally, the third broad trend relates to changing relationships between and among countries and the complex configuration of international politics.
ISSN
1738-7477
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/89917
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College of Social Sciences (사회과학대학)Institute of Korean Political Studies (한국정치연구소)한국정치연구 (Journal of Korean Politics)한국정치연구 Volume 04 (1994)
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