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chaebol and labour in Korea

Sŭng-ho Kwŏn

chaebol and labour in Korea

the development of management strategy in Hyundai

by Sŭng-ho Kwŏn

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hyŏndae Chonghap Sangsa (Korea) -- Management.,
  • Industrial management -- Korea (South) -- Case studies.,
  • Industrial relations -- Korea (South) -- Case studies.,
  • Conglomerate corporations -- Korea (South) -- Case studies.,
  • Big business -- Korea (South) -- Case studies.,
  • Capitalism -- Korea (South) -- Case studies.,
  • Labor -- Korea (South) -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSeung-Ho Kwon and Michael O"Donnell.
    GenreCase studies.
    ContributionsO"Donnell, Michael, 1965-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD2908.Z75 H966 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 217 p. :
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18006600M
    ISBN 100415221692
    LC Control Number00050993

    Introduction. South Korea’s rise from one of the poorest countries in the world in the early s with a gross domestic product (GDP) of US$ billion to US$1, billion in is an expansion of economic magnitude rarely seen in world history (World Bank ).More impressive is the rise in gross national product (GNP) per capita from US$82 in to US$25, in , which Author: Eun Mee Kim.   According to World Economic Forum, South Korea is ranked in top 20 countries with the least job flexibility. Though it is also not so beneficial for Chaebol firms. While earning more profits backed by the government, Chaebol companies should crawl to the government not to make policies which may restrict their business.

      South Korea’s corporate model of tightly knit companies that act in concert under family control is under scrutiny after Hyundai’s $10bn purchase of a plot of land in Seoul’s Gangnam district.   of a Korean Service Economy and the Dynamics of Self-Employment and Wage Work, Journal of Contemporary Asia, DOI: / To .

    The Politics of Market Reforms: Korea's Path from Chaebol Republic to Market Democracy and Back markets and contribute to exporting an oppressive chaebol-led transnational labour regime Author: Thomas Kalinowski.   chaebol Chung Tae-young Chung Yong-jin humanities hyundai card Shinsaegae South Korea Designed with a Ghibliesque imagination and backed by ample funding in every step of its construction, Starfield Library in Gangnam, Seoul, instantly became a requisite tourist attraction when it opened to great fanfare in


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The chaebol completely dominate the Korean economy, with Samsung accounting for one-fifth of Korea’s exports, and the 30 biggest chaebol for over four-fifths of exports.

The chaebol’s penchant for empire-building is symbolised by Samsung’s 70 subsidiaries, which cover a vast array of unrelated industries like electronics, insurance.

Chunnohyeob (), White Book of Suppression on Labour Movement in Korea, Yiwut, Seoul (in Korean). Google Scholar Deery, S. and Michell, R. (eds) (), Law and Practice of Industrial Relations in East and South East Asia, Longman Cheshire, by: Cutting down the chaebol.

South Korea’s giant conglomerates need to slim. The best diet would be a throwing open of the country’s domestic market. "The Hyundai Business Group is the largest of the Korean conglomerates, or 'Chaebol', yet little is known about its labour-management strategies.

In this book, detailed case studies of Hyundai's three core subsidiaries in construction, shipbuilding and automobile manufacturing, provide the basis for an examination of the labour-management. South Korea’s family-run conglomerates are facing calls for a shakeup in their governance from a leading candidate in May's presidential election, following the ouster of former President Park.

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The won, South Korea's currency, depreciated -- the exchange rate doubling in [Korean]-- and the mighty Daewoo chaebol fell. At the depression's worst. But like many in South Korea, Mr. Eom, 66, has lost respect for the so-called chaebol – a term that combines the Korean words chae (wealth) and bol (clan).

He works for a small manufacturing.particular in Korea, the family conglomerates, the chaebol2 (Kwon, ; Kwon et al., ). Since the s, the chaebol have been the main vehicle for Korea’s rapid industrialisation under state-guided economic policies, and they have come to dominate the entire economy3 and employ a.

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