The 'Success' of China, Japan and South Korea
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This paper reviews how China, Japan and Korea are often referred to as `leaders' in the world economy. The paper discusses how each country reflects a different kind of modernization and, mainly in the post-World War II period, an accelerated development success story, just as each country indicates its own kind of economic and political achievement. This paper argues that this view of the three powers in question is most problematic, especially in view of their respective defects.
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