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Regional Ties And Discrimination: Political Change, Economic Crisis, And Job Displacements In South Korea, 1997-99

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  • Changhui KANG
  • Seungjoo LEE

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  • Changhui KANG & Seungjoo LEE, 2007. "Regional Ties And Discrimination: Political Change, Economic Crisis, And Job Displacements In South Korea, 1997-99," The Developing Economies, Institute of Developing Economies, vol. 45(1), pages 63-96.
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