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Institutional Structures and Dynamics in the Policy-making Process: Hyundai and the Canadian Anti-dumping Case

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Authors

Kwon, Gi-Heon

Issue Date
1994
Publisher
Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University
Citation
Korean Journal of Policy Studies, Vol.9, pp. 51-66
Abstract
This article presents a case which involves interesting conflicts between
Gened Motors of Canada Ltd. and Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ud. on one side,
and Hyundai on the other in the Canadian auto market. The case also involves
the trade and diplomatic relationships between South Korea and Canada. It
shows how the cleavages within a liberal government can be strategically
exploited by a small corporation; Hyundai was successful in using the various
cleavages within the Canadian government. Information also plays an important
role. In the joint and interactive decision-making processes, information helps to
correct a potential market failure which may occur if private actors act solely
based on their own perceptions. Without the information from the public sector,
Hyundai could not have mapped out its active strategy.
ISSN
1225-5017
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/70339
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