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The Future of Labor and New Paradigm
The Future of Labor and New Paradigm
  • Topic Industrial Relations & HRM
  • Author Wonduck Lee, Jangho Kim et al.
  • Language Korean
  • Publication Date March 20, 2003
  • Length 330 Pages
  • Publisher Korea Labor Institute
  • Download1 The Future of Labor and New Paradigm.pdf The Future of Labor and New Paradigm.pdf
  • SUMMARY
    We live in the age of transformation and reform. The last half a century since the founding of
    our
    nation can be described as the era of reconstruction and development, industrialization
    and quantitative growth, and political authoritarianism. However, with the next half a century
    before us, dawning is the period of knowledge and information, qualitative economic
    growth, and political democracy.

    The times of vast and rapid changes simultaneously call for reform. Strategies and policies
    of
    national development, laws and institutions, culture, mindset and practices must be
    reformed. At the center of these changes and reforms lies labor. With the mounting
    importance
    of knowledge and information, which define the new era, the sources of national and
    corporate
    competitiveness shifted from material resources to man and knowledge, in other words,
    human
    resources. Therefore, labor as a productive utilization of human resources, and laws and
    institutions regulating labor are undergoing seismic changes, and the new order of labor is
    rapidly taking shape.

    At this point labor scholars decided to forecast the future of labor and seek a new paradigm
    for
    the future labor society. The common characteristic of this group of scholars is that they are
    in
    their 50s and not only well-versed in theories of their respective field, but also have much
    understanding of the reality and policies of labor. However, 30 years into their career as
    labor
    specialists, it is also true that these authors differ greatly in their thoughts about the present
    and future of labor, and the new labor order.

    Rather than realigning the differences in perspectives among them, this book attempts to
    respect the diversity of their views on the reality and future and present them unfiltered. It
    does
    so in the hope that such manifold positions and issues will add depth and variety to the
    discussions, which would ultimately lead to a better future for labor.
Wonduck Lee's other publications : 4
{Research Series} posts
No Title Author Date Attach
4 Labor in Korea Edited by Wonduck Lee June 18, 2004 Labor in Korea
3 Labor in Korea : 1987-2002 Edited by Wonduck Lee September 18, 2003 Labor in Korea : 1987-2002
2 The Future of Labor and New Paradigm Wonduck Lee, Jangho Kim et al. March 20, 2003 The Future of Labor and New Paradigm
1 Labor in Korea edited by Wonduck Lee December 12, 2002 Labor in Korea
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