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Evolution of the Firms in Korea since 1945 vol. II...
 Price US$30
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Author name Keun Lee & others
 Publication Date 2008.07.30
 Language Korean
 Format hardcover
 Pages 256 pages
 ISBN 978-89-521-0909-5 (93320)
 Status Stocks Have in stock
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Ji Youn Kim



Evolution of the Firms in Korea since 1945 vol. II
(Seoul National University Press, 2008.07.30)
Evolution of the Firms in Korea since 1945, Vol. I
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.11.30) Except numbers
Keun Lee



Evolution of the Firms in Korea since 1945 vol. II
(Seoul National University Press, 2008.07.30)
Evolution of the Firms in Korea since 1945, Vol. I
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.11.30) Except numbers
Kineung Choo



Evolution of the Firms in Korea since 1945 vol. II
(Seoul National University Press, 2008.07.30)
Evolution of the Firms in Korea since 1945, Vol. I
(Seoul National University Press, 2007.11.30) Except numbers
 
This book complies a database of Korean firms listed on the stock market for the period 1956 to 1977. The Data avaliable in printed form in such books as stock Monthly and Review of the Listed Companies in Korea have been transferred into electronic data. Meant for academic research, this book describes the data, its sources, and how the variables are defined and constructed. It also provides some description of Korean firms of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s in terms of the following four aspects: overall features(size and employment), ownership structure, capital structure, and performance (stock prices, profitability, and growth).


This study finds a substantial disruption in the ranking of the top 30 chaebols over the two decades. It also finds that chaebol firms in the 1970s were recording a relatively good performance, compared to both non-chaebols in the 1970s and chaebols in 1990s, but that beginning in the late 1970s chaebols were beginning to experience increasing debt ratio, increasing separation of ownership and control, and some deterioration of performance. Overall, the results suggest the necessity of research using longer term data to assess firm performance in rapidly growing economies like Korea because any results from a specific data period are difficult to generalize and are not comprehensive. We believe this database makes such research possible.
 
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