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Making Reform Happen: Comparative Perspectives and Analytical Approaches

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  • 저자 임영재(林暎宰) , 박헌주, 정기호(鄭起鎬) , 모종린, 조성욱(趙成旭) , 이영섭(李永燮)
  • 발행일 2009/12/31
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요약 Preface
Introduction

Part Ⅰ
Comparative Perspectives and Analytical Approaches

CHAPTER 1
Issues in the Political Economy of structural Reform (Val Koromzay)
 1. Introduction
 2. What makes structural reform difficult: some general observations
 3. Some Hypotheses about the Way the Reform Game is Played
 4. Historic opportunities for radical structural reform
 5. Making Structural Reform Happen in Normal Times
 6. Conclusions

Part Ⅱ
Cross-country Analyses of Reforms

CHAPTER 2
The Political Economy of Structural reform in the OECD: Empirical evidence and lessons from country studies(Jens HØ J and William Tompson)
 1. Introduction
 2. Econometric testing of political economy factors for domestic structural reform
 3. Summary of main conclusions
 4. Lessons from twenty case studies
 5. Scope, method and structure
 6. Case selection
 7. The political context
 8. The economic context
 9. Timing, scope and sequencing
 10. Communication, consultation and leadership
 11. Dealing with actual or potential opponents of reform
 12. Can reforming governments win re-election?
 13. Looking ahead: how does the crisis affect the prospects of reform
 References

CHAPTER 3
Reform from the Centre: The Case of Australia (David Parker)
 1. Overview
 2. Main themes and macroeconomic context of Australian reforms
 3. The Story National Competition Policy Reform
 4. Making Reform Happen
 References

CHAPTER 4
Political sustainability of liberal economic reforms in Central and Eastern Europe (Miroslav Beblavy)
 1. Introduction
 2. Compulsory private pension pillars, their introduction and sustainability
 3. Flat income tax and its evolution
 4. Conclusion
 References

CHAPTER 5
Political and Technical Barriers to Policy Reform: A Comparison of US and Argentine Tax Reform (Nicholas Weller and Melissa ziegler)
 1. Political Barriers to Reform: Motivation
 2. Implementation Barriers
 3. The Case Studies
 4. U.S. Income Tax
 5. Income Taxation in Argentina
 6. Lessons and Conclusion

Part Ⅲ
Reforms in Korea Ⅰ

CHAPTER 6
Health Reforms in Korea: cases and implications (Hyoung-Sun Jeong)
 1. Health care and health insurance system in Korea
 2. Four health reforms over the last three decades
 3. Analysis from the perspective of political economy
 4. Discussions and Conclusions
 References

CHAPTER 7
The Political Economy of Pharmaceutical Reform in Korea: Recasting the 2000 Dispute, Its Origins and Policy Implications (Hun Joo Park)
 1. Introduction
 2. Brief Background of the Reform
 3. The Puzzle
 4. The Politics of Health Care Reform Dirigiste-Style
 5. When Top-down Dirigisme Becomes Dysfunctional
 6. Explaining the Flaws in the Execution of Korea‘s Pharmaceutical Reform
 7. Conclusion and Policy Implications
 References

CHAPTER 8
Political Economy of Structural Reform: Implications for Making Reform Happen from two Cases of Korean Education Reform-Participatory Qualification System Development (Kioh Jeong)
 1. Introduction
 2. Vision: Authoritarian to Participatory Qualification System
 3. Logics: the Qualifications as Assets and Currencies
 4. Twelve Year(1996-2008) of Implementation for Reform
 5. MRH Case 1-Privatization of Qualifications
 6. MRH Case 2-Development of Professional Graduate Schools
 7. Conclusive Remarks and Reflections
 References

CHAPTER 9
The Politics of Free Economic Zone Policy in South Korea(Jongryn Mo)
 1. Introduction
 2. South Korea‘s Free Economic Zones: Policy and Current status
 3. The Phenomena to Be Explained
 4. One, Two and Three More FEZs
 5. Lack of Foreign Investment in FEZs
 6. FEZs as Real Estate Developments
 7. Salience to International Schools
 8. Conclusion: Lessons for Making Reform Happen
 References

Part Ⅳ
Reforms in Korea Ⅱ

CHAPTER 10
Examination of Success and Failure of Corporate Reform(Sung Wook Joh)
 1. Introduction
 2. What happened before the corporate sector reform?
 3. Introduction of Corporate Sector Reform
 4. Reform outcomes
 5. Chaebols specific reform
 6. Lessons for future reform
 References

CHAPTER 11
Political Economy of Financial Reform in Korea(Haeran Lim & Yeongseop Rhee)
 1. Introduction
 2. Political Economy of Financial Reform
 3. Case Studies: Financial Reform in Korea
 4. Implications for Future Financial Reform
 5. Conclusion
 References

CHAPTER 12
Good Public Sector Governance as Strategy toward Successful Reform:A Contrast between the Korean and the Australian Reform Experiences(Hong-Bum Kim)
 1. Introduction
 2. Public Sector Governance: A Primer
 3. Recent Reforms and Public Sector Governance:Korean Experiences
 4. Recent Reforms and Public Sector Governance:Australian Experience
 5. Conclusion
 References
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