The elusive goal of the rule of law in South Korea / by Jongryn Mo
The constitution should not be tampered with / by Lee Hoi-Chang
Uneasy about rule of law : reconciling constitutionalism and "participatory democracy" / by Hahm Chaihark
The two tales of South Korean presidency : imperial but imperiled presidency / by Hoon Jaung
How does democracy reduce money politics? : competition versus the rule of law / by Jongryn Mo
The formulation of rule of law in corporate governance / by Joongi Kim
The rule of law and competition policy in Korea : transition from a developmental state to a market economy / by Wonhyuk Lim
Institutionalizing property rights in Korean capitalism : a case study on the listing of the Samsung life / by Sang-young Rhyu.
Expert contributors examine the challenges of fully implementing the rule of law in South Korea's fledgling democracy and market economy. The expert contributors detail the obstacles that must be overcome, such as corruption in politics and corporate governance and a deep-rooted cultural indifference to the rights of the individual, and offer suggestions on what can--and what should not--be done. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Rome, Italy : NATO Defense College, Research Division, c2009.
Book — 86 p. ; 21 cm.
This paper provides an analysis of the ongoing stabilization and state-building process in Afghanistan with a focus on rule of law. The paper situates rule of law reform within the framework of the broader stabilization and state-building effort in Afghanistan. The authors analyze if and how the internationally supported and implemented strategies for rule of law reform are contributing to the promotion of rule of law in Afghanistan.