Routledge Handbook of Korean Politics and Public Administration

Korean Public Finance

Liu, Cheol / Lee, Kang Koo(Author)

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dc.contributor.authorLiu, Cheol-
dc.contributor.authorLee, Kang Koo-
dc.description.abstractThis chapter provides an overview of the key characteristics of public finance in Korea, including a brief explanation of the country’s budgeting process and a fiscal condition analysis. Compared to the other OECD member countries, Korea has had a relatively healthy fiscal condition in that it has had a fiscal surplus for quite a long period of time until recently. However, it is possible that the fiscal health of Korea will deteriorate in the future. Challenges may come from multiple factors such as the aging population, sluggish economic growth, declining revenue, expenditure growth (especially social spending), and debt accumulation. All of these factors may undermine the fiscal sustainability of Korea, requiring the fiscal authorities of Korea to make preemptive efforts to overcome the possible challenges.-
dc.description.tableOfContents1. Introduction, Chung-in Moon and M. Jae Moon Part 1: Korean Politics 2. Political Institutions in Korea, Yoojin Lim and Jungho Roh 3. Political Culture and Behavior, Ji-yoon Kim 4. Political Process- elections, interest group politics, and mass media, Jong-sung You 5. Political Parties, Yoonkyung Lee 6. Political leadership, Sangyoung Rhyu 7. Political Polarization- regionalism, ideology, and generational changes, Wook Kim Part 2: Korean Foreign Policies and National Security 8. Korean Foreign Policy - A Historical Overview, Ki-jung Kim 9. Korean Foreign and National Security Policy- actors, structure, and process, Jong-Yun Bae 10. National Defense, Young-geun Kwon 11. Unification Policy, Sangkeun Lee and Chung-in Moon 12. National Intelligence, Chung-in Moon and Woong Chun 13. Managing North Korea, Yong-ho Kim 14. Managing Big Powers, John Delury 15. ROK and the Middle Power Diplomacy, Yul Sohn Part 3: Korean Public Administration and Governance 16. Korean Civil Service Systems from Recruitment to Retirement, Sungjoo Choi 17. Public Service Motivation in Korea, Chansu Jung and Seeun Ryu 18. Performance Management in Korea, Jungwook Lee 19. Citizen Participation in Korea, Younhee Kim 20. E-government and Digital Governance, M. Jae Moon and Jooho Lee 21. Korean Public Finance, Chul Liu and Kangkoo Lee 22. Public Trust and Transparency in Korea, Kwangho Jung 23. Public Corporations and Quasi-government Organizations in Korea, Sanghee Park Part 4: Korean Public Policies 24. Korean Economic Policies, Heonjoo Jung 25. Korean Social Welfare Policies, Jaejin Yang 26. Korean Environmental Policies, Kyungjun Yun and T.J. Lah 27. Korean Information and Communication Technology Policies, Samyoul Lee 28 Korean Science and Technology Policies, Eunjung Shin and Eric Welch 29 Korean Health Policies, Do Hyung Kim, Soojin Min and Hyoungah Kim-
dc.relation.isPartOfRoutledge Handbook of Korean Politics and Public Administration-
dc.titleKorean Public Finance-
dc.contributor.affiliatedAuthorLiu, Cheol-
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