Andrea Goldstein

South Korea. The World's Greenest Country?

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South Korea's growth story has been nothing short of exceptional. The same country that in the early 1960s was poor and dependent on American financial and military aid is now at the vanguard of technological development and a proud member of the exclusive club of donor countries. Yet accelerated growth was very dirty, as the environment was sacrified at the altar of catch-up. The author analyses the recent transformation that is turning South Korea into a global green power.


  • South Korea
  • Growth
  • Green Power


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