The Arduous Winds of Economic Reform

In an in-depth year end study, Charles Park looks at North Korea's Prospects for becoming a Strong and Prosperous Nation
January 7th, 2013
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In an extensive year-end research piece, Charles K. Park (North Korea Economic Development Group) looks back at Kim Jong Un’s first year of power to assess the state of North Korea’s economy, the level of reforms that have taken place, and the prospects for improvements in 2013 and beyond. 

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  • The Winds of Change
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About the Author

Charles K. Park

Charles K. Park has a Bachelors degree in Political Economy of Industrial Societies (PEIS) from UC Berkeley and a Masters in Pacific and International Affairs (MPIA) degree from UC San Diego. He has also done some graduate work in Business Organization and Strategy at the University of Connecticut. On his spare time he maintains the Facebook page: North Korea Economic Development. [email protected]

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