[KS] Where to find the book: Unification Research and Strategy in Korea and Germany

Roland Wilson roland_wilson at hotmail.com
Thu Mar 8 10:42:28 EST 2007

Hi.  I have not been able to find the "Unification Research and Strategy in 
Korea and Germany" on-line.  Does anyone know where this book is being sold?

Thank you,

Roland Wilson

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Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2007 09:29:06 +0100 (CET)
From: Bernhard Seliger <bjseliger at yahoo.de>
Subject: [KS] New Book Announcement: Unification Research and Strategy
	in	Korea and Germany
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New Book Announcement

   Dear colleagues,

   the following new book might be interesting for you.

   The Unification Research and Strategy in Korea and Germany: Affinity and 

   Editors: Prof. Yean-Cheon Oh, Seoul National University, Prof. Dalgon 
Lee, Seoul National University, Dr. Bernhard Seliger, Hanns Seidel 
Foundation Seoul, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Sung-Jo Park, Free University Berlin

   Seoul: Hakrimsa, ISBN 89-89793-37-8.

   About this book

   In recent years, the Democratic People?s Republic of Korea (North Korea) 
has moved in two seemingly contradictory directions. By admittance of a 
nuclear weapons programme, its withdrawal from the non-proliferation treaty 
and finally the twin missile and nuclear tests of 2006 it has become more 
and more isolated ? even alienating its last ally, China, to a great extent. 
At the same time, North Korea attempted to catch up with the economic 
reality by legalizing certain market activities and thereby acknowledging 
the collapse of the centrally-planned economy. In this changing environment, 
a comparative look at unification issues is most helpful. This book, a joint 
effort of the Graduate School of Public Administration of Seoul National 
University and Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea Office in Seoul, hopefully 
contributes to the discussion of unification issues and, ultimately, to a 
peaceful process for overcoming division on the Korean Peninsula. The book 
has been printed with
  financial support from Hanns Seidel Foundation.

   From the Content

   Manfred Wilke, Free University Berlin: The Second Germany: Changes in 
Interpretation of the German Democratic Republic between 1945 and Today

   Tae Gyun Park, Seoul National University, What is ?German Experience? for 
Koreans? Research on Unification in South Korea

   Byong Seob Kim, Seoul National University, Benjamin Lunau, Free 
University Berlin, SNU-FUB Reunification Database: SNU-FUB Cooperation 

   Yean-Cheon Oh, Seoul National University, Irwin Collier, Free University 
Berlin, Economic, Cultural and Scientific Cooperation between Divided 

   Michael Schloms, Social Science Centre Berlin, Lessons to Learn from 
International Aid Operation in North Korea

   Bernhard Seliger, Hanns Seidel Foundation Seoul, Towards a North Korea 
Boom? Special Economic Zones in North Korea and their Effects on the North 
and South Korean Economies

   Yean-Cheon Oh, Seoul National University, A Study on the Privatization of 
North Korean Public Enterprises in the course of Korean Renunification

   Tobin Im, Seoul National University, The Reorganization of Government 
Structures to facilitate the Process of Reunification

   Joon-Hyung Hong, Seoul National University, Building Local Autonomy after 
Unification in Korea

   In-Young Chun, Seoul National University, South Korea?s Unification 
Policy toward North Korea

   Shin-Bok Kim, Seoul National University, Reunification and Integration of 
Vocational Education Systems: German Implications and Korean Strategy

   Sung-Jo Park, Free University Berlin, Renovation of Humanitarianism or 
Global Capitalism? Technology/ Science Transfer from Germany to North Korea

   Hartmut Koschyk, Member of the German Federal Parliament, Policy of 
D?tente in Divided Countries ? A Comparison of Germany and Korea

   Dalgon Lee, Seoul National University, A Shift of the Korean Unification 
Policy Perspective

   Yours sincerely,

   Bernhard Seliger

Dr. Bernhard Seliger

Hanns Seidel Stiftung - Seoul Office

Room 501, Soo Young Bldg., 64-1, Hannam 1 Dong, Yongsan-gu

Seoul, Republic of Korea

Tel.+ 82 2 790 5344

Fax. + 82 2 790 5346
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