Law in Korea has historically been viewed as merely a tool of authoritarian rule, but since the transition to democracy in 1987 it has served a more important and visible role as a force for social change. With contributions from leading US and Korean scholars, Legal Reform in Korea explores this response to domestic and international pressures, applying a socio-legal perspective to both legal practices and the legal institutions themselves, which have become a major political issue throughout the developing world. An invaluable resource for students of Asian law and Korean studies.In addition, the MIC has attempted to curb SK Telecoma#39;s dominance by simultaneously changing the access code system employed by wireless players. ... with the mandate that all new mobile phone subscribers be assigned to the new 010 access code regardless of their choice of provider. ... SK Telecom has stuck with its campaign, notwithstanding strong criticism from KTF, LG Telecom, and the MIC.
|Title||:||Legal Reform in Korea|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2004-03-01|