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How self-employed experiences influenced welfare attitudes after the 2007 economic crisis in South Korea

Young Jun Choi 1 이승준 2

1연세대학교
2고려대학교

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ABSTRACT

The early retirement from the primary job and the excessive entry to the self-employmenthas become one of the serious social problems. After the excessive entry,it is reported that many of them failed their business, which would lead to the economicinsecurity of their old-age. Much has been written about the entry and theexit of the self-employment, but there are few studies on how the vulnerability ofthe self-employed has influenced their welfare attitudes. Given that the politicalsustainability of the welfare state relies on people’s supports and many of middleand older people have experienced self-employment, it is important to research theeffect of self-employed experiences on welfare attitudes. In this context, this researchaims to analyze experiences of the new self-employed after the financial crisisin 2007 and to analyze how these experiences have affected their welfareattitudes. It will use the Korean Labor Panel and the Korea Welfare Panel for theanalysis. This study will discuss the vulnerability of the self-employed and will arguethat the experience of the self-employed tend to decrease welfare supportsrather than increase.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.