Growth and Structural Transformation
by Kwang Suk Kim and Michael Roemer
Harvard University Press, 1979
Cloth: 978-0-674-36475-2
Library of Congress Classification HC467.K512
Dewey Decimal Classification 330.951904

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This study provides a comprehensive overview of Korea’s macroeconomic growth and structural change since World War II, and traces some of the roots of development to the colonial period. The authors explore in detail colonial development, changing national income patterns, relative price shifts, sources of aggregate growth, and sources of sectoral structural change, comparing them with other countries.

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