Created by:  Yonsei University

  • Doo Won Lee

    Taught by:  Doo Won Lee, Professor

    School of Economics
Commitment5 weeks of study, 1-3 hours/week
Language
English, Subtitles: Korean, Spanish, Chinese (Simplified)
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
User Ratings
4.7 stars
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Trabalho
Trabalho

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Creators
Yonsei University
Yonsei University was established in 1885 and is the oldest private university in Korea. Yonsei’s main campus is situated minutes away from the economic, political, and cultural centers of Seoul’s metropolitan downtown. Yonsei has 3,500 eminent faculty members who are conducting cutting-edge research across all academic disciplines. There are 18 graduate schools, 22 colleges and 133 subsidiary institutions hosting a selective pool of students from around the world. Yonsei is proud of its history and reputation as a leading institution of higher education and research in Asia.
Ratings and Reviews
Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 71 ratings

A great course to understand korean economic development. Very good informative course and great teacher.

Informative course

good

This course offered a simple yet comprehensive overview of the South Korean Economic Development following World War II. From the very beginning, the professor and video series promised a non-biased perspective laying out what happened along with the popular scholarly thoughts from many viewpoints. The class was just about such. All of the assignments and videos demonstrated what the South Korean economy went through while critically asking whether such ideas were unique to South Korea or able to be copied! The professor gave a truthful view nicely explaining Park Chung Hee's economic reforms. He is often portrayed by revisionist scholars as a hard dictator when such wasn't necessarily the case. How such reforms set the pad for growth continuing into the 1990s is well-explained too. Important implications along with simple yet key facts about where South Korea stands are exp