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(2012) Modularization of Korea's development experience : Korean government procurement experience

2012 경제발전경험모듈화사업 : 조달행정 법제도

Choi, Tae Hee / Kim, Dae-Sik(Author)

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Issue Date
2013
Publisher
KDI School of Public Policy and Management
Keywords
Economic Policy; Public investments
Contents
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Summary

Introduction

Chapter 1 GP – General Theory

1. Definition and Content of GP

2. GP Process

3. GP Controversies

4. GP, Corruption, and Transparency

Chapter 2 Overview of Selected Procurement Methods

1. Tendering Procedures

2. Contracting Methods

Chapter 3 History

1. Early Foundation Period (1948-1961)

2. Period of Industrialization (1961-1979)

3. Pro-Democracy Movement Period (1980-1992)

4. Globalization and Localization Period (1993-Present)

Chapter 4 Transparency in Korean GP System

1. Legal Transparency

2. Transparency in Organizational Management

3. Lessons and Implications for Developing Countries

Chapter 5 Korean E-procurement System

1. Information Access and Protection

2. Procurement Monitoring System

3. E-Procurement Legal Framework

4. Lessons and Implications for Developing Countries

Chapter 6 GP Quality Management

1. GP Quality Management Tasks

2. Korean GP Quality Management Tools

3. Government Goods Management System

4. Lessons and Implications for Developing Countries

Chapter 7 Development of Korean Procurement Methods

1. Contracting Regimes

2. Multiple Award Schedule

3. Paradigm Shift towards Customer-Oriented Service

4. Lessons and Implications for Developing Countries

Chapter 8 Internationalization of Korean GP Market

1. WTO GPA

2. Legislative Changes

3. Current and Future Trends

4. FTA Negotiations and Government Procurement

5. Lessons and Implications for Developing Countries

Chapter 9 Conclusion
Pages
133 p.
Series Title
(KSP) Modularization of Korea's Development Experience ; v.2013-10
ISBN
9791155450420
Language
eng
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