A feasibility study of compulsory contributory retirement scheme in Korea by Yi, Sŭng-yun.

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Published by Research Institute for Economics and Business, Sogang University in Seoul .

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  • Korea.

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  • Pensions -- Korea,
  • Social security -- Korea

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Statement[by] Seung Yun Lee, Sung Hwan Jo [and] Il Chung Whang.
ContributionsJo, Sung Hwan, joint author., Hwang, Il-chʻŏng, joint author., Sŏgang Taehakkyo. Kyŏngje Kyŏngyŏng Munje Yŏnʼguso.
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LC ClassificationsHD7106.K6 Y5
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Pagination108 l.
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5468422M
LC Control Number73171383

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