Brings together two theoretical chapters on Asian and Korean corporatism, case studies of agriculture, industry, and industrial relations, an introductory chapter on comparative corporatism, and a conclusion on the future of corporatist interest exchange on the peninsula, in an effort to delineate patterns of state and society that have defined Korean capitalism. Contributors combine goals of a better understanding of the democratic transition in South Korea and extension of the corporatist thesis to the Korean experience of polity and market.
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