Presenting a study of the transformation of the Korean economy from the time of the opening of the Hermit kingdom in 1876 to the end of Japanese rule in 1945, this text focuses on capital formation, economic growth, and other structural changes during this period.
Preface; Contents; Abbreviations; Weights and Measures; 1. Introduction; 2. The Traditional Economy; 3. The Transitional Economy, 1876-1904; 4. Economic Reforms and Investment under Japan; 5. Sectoral Investment; 6. Sources and Policies for Investment; 7. Mobilization of Savings for Investment; 8. Economic Growth and Structural Changes; 9. Income Distribution, Consumption, and Saving; 10. Summary and Conclusions; Notes; Bibliography; Index
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