RoutledgeCurzon advances in Korean studies ; 5.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -229) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction : the politics of legal reform in Korea / Tom Ginsburg 2. The Korean Constitutional Court, judicial activism, and social change / Lim Jibong 3. The paralysis of legal education in Korea / Yoon Dae-Kyu 4. The prosecution of corruption in South Korea : achievements, problems, and prospects / David T. Johnson 5. Korean criminal law and democratization / Cho Kuk 6. The emergence of formalized intermediate norms in Korea : the case of sexual harassment / Choi Dai-Kwon 7. A look at Korean corporate codes of conduct / Craig P. Ehrlich and Kang Dae-Seob 8. Epistemological conflicts and institutional impediments : the rocky road to corporate bankruptcy reforms in Korea / Terence C. Halliday and Bruce G. Carruthers 9. Korean labor law reform : evaluation and future prospects / Kim Soh-Yeong 10. Controlling foreign migrant workers in Korea / Lee Jae-Hyup 11. The unfulfilled promise of Korean telecommunications reform / Christopher S. Yoo 12. Negotiating values and law : environmental dispute resolution in Korea / Lee Jae-Hyup.