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2020, Vol.63, No.3

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    Domestic demand under Neoliberalism: the US and Korean Economy

    Deokmin Kim | 2020, 63(3) | pp.5~30 | number of Cited : 0
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    This article explores long-term relationships between macroeconomic trajectories and wage inequality under neoliberalism in the US and S. Korea. The evolution of consumer debt during the neoliberal period is also considered in this study. Both countries suffered from economic crises such as the global crisis of 2008 or the Asian financial crisis in 1997-8. To capture these structural changes in both countries, we use some unit root tests with structural changes and a cointegration test with a single structural break. In this study, we found long-term patterns between domestic demand, wage inequality, and consumer debt that much of literature on neoliberalism has expected: a positive long-term relationship between consumption, wage inequality, and consumer debt; a negative long-term relationship between investment, wage inequality, consumer debt; however, if taking the structural changes in both countries, the result is quite different from the expectations in both countries.
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    A Study on the Human Resource Management of Chinese Public Organizations : Focusing on the Appointment and Promotion Process of Central Government Officials and State Owned Enterprise Manager of P. R. China

    SangYoun Lee | 2020, 63(3) | pp.31~76 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Chinese government has been operating the socialist market economy, and Chinese public organizations have been their typical human resource development and recruitment schemes for long periods of time. The human resource development and recruitment schemes of Chinese public organizations have been adopted by the Chinese government, CCP(Chinese Communist Party organization), public organizations, and SOEs(State Owned Enterprises) consistently and coherently. As China's economic and political influences over the world have been growing, the systematic research on the human resource management system of Chinese government and public organizations would be of great value, since not only the human resource development and recruitment system of Chinese SOEs could be understood through this study, but also this system of Chinese government and public organizations could be understood more clearly. This study has attempted to present the theoretical and practical suggestions to help us to understand how the cadres and senior managers are promoted and recruited.
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    Dasuk’s View on Religion

    Park, Junghwan | 2020, 63(3) | pp.77~91 | number of Cited : 0
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    Dasuk Ryu Youngmo (多夕 柳永模, 1890-1981) is assumed as an intellectual in early modern Korea, who had a Koreanized-Christian spirituality. He was a mainstream Christian in his youth. However, Ryu had attempted to convert Western Christianity into Korean context since he was 23 years old. His ideas were well presented in the doctrine of God and Christology, which were based on his personal spiritual experiences. He denied the personalized God of Christianity and the divinity of Christ. He believed that one can become the son of God if realizing the eol (soul) that was bestowed on human beings. This idea was originated from the teachings of Confucianism, Buddhism in Korea, which he studied throughout his entire life. Just as Korean religiosity is often considered the mixture of Korean religions, Dasuk ’s belief can be understood as a Koreanized Christianity. In this article, the author describes the religious ethos of Dasuk by tracing his creative interpretation of Christianity.