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The influence of public dispute on trade/investment disputes: Case of SsangYong Motors
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The influence of public dispute on trade/investment disputes: Case of SsangYong Motors
Kim, Jong-Ho;
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 Abstract
This study explores the important causal relationship between the public (domestic) and trade (international) disputes of South Korea and China. To understand the relations between the domestic and international disputes, Putnam's study of the two-level game theory has been conducted in order to analyze the effect of complicated social and political frameworks on international trade disputes. Due to the social and political differences between South Korea and China, this study provides three findings based on negotiation, policy, and strategic approaches.
 Keywords
Public dispute;International dispute;Conflict Management and Resolution;
 Language
English
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