Authors

Hye Tae Kim

Publication Date

Spring 2016

Faculty Supervisor

Jefer Vicek

Description

South Korea and China both have reputations for the countries’ economic development however in slightly different ways. South Korea is known for its rapid development that took place decades ago where as China is known for its massive development over the last few decades. With this paper I tried to examine the economic development statuses of both countries by using certain criteria such as GDP growth rate and attempted to analyze their similarities and differences.

Course

Economics 102

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