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South Korean Development Cooperation in Africa: The Legacy of a Developmental State

Title
South Korean Development Cooperation in Africa: The Legacy of a Developmental State
Authors
Kalinowski, ThomasPark, Min Joung
Ewha Authors
Thomas Kalinowski
SCOPUS Author ID
Thomas Kalinowskiscopus
Issue Date
2016
Journal Title
AFRICA SPECTRUM
ISSN
0002-0397JCR Link1868-6869JCR Link
Citation
vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 61 - 75
Keywords
MozambiqueRwandaSouth Koreaeconomic relations between countriesforeign and development aideffects of foreign aid
Publisher
GIGA INST AFRICAN AFFAIRS
Indexed
SSCI; SCOPUS WOS
Abstract
This paper investigates how the legacy of the South Korean developmental state influences the way the country conducts its development cooperation (DC) policies. We argue that institutions of the developmental state remain instrumental in structuring South Korea's cooperation with the developing world. Two country case studies of South Korean DC and investment projects in Mozambique and Rwanda show that state initiative and a strong state business partnership are defining elements of South Korean DC. At the same time, both cases show substantial differences when it comes to type of project, type of state business partnership in the South Korean approach, degree of project ownership by the recipient country, and quality of governance in the recipient countries.
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