Corpus ID: 168112967

Taking International Soft Law Seriously: Its Implications for Global Convergence in Corporate Governance

@article{Kim2001TakingIS,
  title={Taking International Soft Law Seriously: Its Implications for Global Convergence in Corporate Governance},
  author={Hwan-Jin Kim},
  journal={Corporate Law: Finance \& Corporate Governance Law eJournal},
  year={2001}
}
  • Hwan-Jin Kim
  • Published 2001
  • Business
  • Corporate Law: Finance & Corporate Governance Law eJournal
The normative power of international "soft law" has constantly increased through the activities of various international organizations and the reliance that state practice places on the new form of international legal prescription. The recent unprecedented pace of such development has been seen in such financially-troubled East Asian countries as Korea. This article describes the changes and developments within the Korean economy and industries since the end of 1997 with particular emphasis on… Expand
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