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Eosinophilic Enteritis in a Dairy Cow

  • Hur, Tai-Young;Kang, Seog-Jin;Lee, Je-In;Cho, Yong-Il;Jung, Young-Hun;Do, Yoon-Jung;Ryu, Il-Sun;Lee, Wang-Shik;Lee, Hyun-Jun;Kim, Sang-Bum;Ki, Kwang-Seok;Suh, Guk-Hyun
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics Conference
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    • pp.173-173
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    • 2007
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Congenital Bilateral Anophthalmia in a Holstein Calf

  • Hur, Tai-Young;Kang, Seog-Jin;Cho, Yong-Il;Jung, Young-Hun;Do, Yoon-Jung;Ryu, Il-Sun;Back, Kwang-Soo;Jeon, Byeong-Soon;Kim, Hyeon-Shup;Ahn, Byeong-Suk;Suh, Guk-Hyun
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics Conference
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    • pp.174-174
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    • 2007
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A Study on the Impact of China's Monetary Policy on South Korea's Exchange Rate

  • He, Yugang
    • The Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business
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    • v.9 no.6
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    • pp.15-24
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    • 2018
  • Purpose - The adjustment of one country's monetary policy can cause the macroeconomic change of other countries. Due to this, this paper attempts to analyze the impact of China's monetary policy on South Korea's exchange rate. Research design, data, and methodology - Based on the flexible-price monetary model, sets of annual time series from 1980 to 2017 are employed to perform an empirical estimation. The vector error correction model is also used to exploit the short-run relationship between both of them. Of course, the South Korea's real GDP, the China's real GDP, South Korea's interest rate, the South Korea's interest rate and the South Korea's monetary supply are treated as independent variables in this paper. Result - The long-run findings reveal that the China's money supply has a negative effect on South Korea's exchange rate. Respectively, the short-run findings depicts that the China's money supply has negative a effect on South Korea's exchange rate. Of course, other variables selected in this paper also have an effect on South Korea's exchange rate whatever positive or negative. Conclusions - As the empirical evidence shows, the China's monetary policy has a negative effect on South Korea's exchange rate whenever in the long run or in the short run.

Ovarian Tumor of a Holstein Cow in Korea

  • Hur, Tai-Young;Kang, Seog-Jin;Jang, Bae-Hong;Cho, Yong-Il;Jung, Young-Hun;Do, Yoon-Jung;Ryu, Il-Sun;Choe, Chang-Yong;Son, Dong-Su;Back, Kwang-Soo;Park, Sung-Jai;Park, Soo-Bong;Suh, Guk-Hyun
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics Conference
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    • pp.175-175
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    • 2007
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Study on Logistics Industry Cooperation between Shandong and South Korea

  • Li, Xiaopeng
    • The Journal of Industrial Distribution & Business
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    • v.3 no.2
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    • pp.23-27
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    • 2012
  • Purpose - The objective of the paper is to explain the economy and trade development between South Korea and Shandong, strengthening logistics Industry cooperation of both sides increasingly important. Research design, data, methodology - The study conducted a survey on Shandong is the earliest economy and trade exchanges with South Korea in China. Shandong and South Korea share the similar geopolitical, the same culture and long exchange history etc. Results - This study explores current situation and existing problems the logistics cooperation between Korea and Shandong, and recommendations so as to further trade between two sides. Conclusions - Logistics cooperation of China and South Korea is an important part of the international logistics cooperation in Northeast Asian Economic Circle, and the logistics cooperation between Shandong and South Korea occupies an important position in logistics cooperation of China and South Korea.

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A Study on Unification plan of field of industrial property right in the North and South Korea (남${\cdot}$북한 지적재산권법의 통일화 방안 연구)

  • Yun Sun-Hee
    • Journal of Arbitration Studies
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    • v.15 no.3
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    • pp.139-174
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    • 2005
  • Since a declaration between North and South Korea was adopted, North and South Korea has strengthened the interchange and cooperation between each other in many fields. Especially, the interchange and cooperation in the field of industrial property right, such as patent and trademark, are required to keep up with the age of the knowledge industry. But, until a recent date, there has been little interchange or cooperation in the field of industrial property right, and a few major companies were attempt to apply for the patent in North Korea through the Third country The system of industrial property laws in North and South Korea are very different because of time and political ideology barriers. To unify the system of industrial property laws in North and South Korea, firstly, North and South Korea must try to recognize and understand the dissimilarity between them. In this article, I compared the system of industrial property law of South Korea with that of North Korea to search commonalities and dissimilarities. Furthermore, it is needed to establish systematic devices for understanding of between North and South Korea, for instance, conducting a interdisciplinary seminar or dispatching a judge mutually. Finally, it is necessary to phase in a practical plan for unification. In the short run, mutual application and registration have to be authorized, and in the long view, unifying the practice of industrial property law service is needed. At the conclusion, the industrial property laws in North and South Korea can be unified systematically. In other words , to unify system of industrial property laws in North and South Korea, it is prerequisite that mutual understanding of industrial property laws and performance of the unify plan. The interchange and cooperation in this field will not only promote technical development but also create common interests of North and South Korea by expanding an opportunity for creating and utilizing industrial property.

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A Rusty but Provocative Knife? The Rationale behind China's Sanction Usage

  • Huang, Wei-Hao
    • Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.30-48
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    • 2019
  • China has initiated a series of "economic sanctions" against South Korea, affecting Korean pop stars visiting China and Korean investments in China. Sanctions were imposed on South Korea in response to the decision of South Korea to deploy Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) in 2016. Furthermore, the Global Daily assembled local population to boycott Korean products and investments in China. However, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has never positively confirmed these activities as economic sanctions to South Korea related to the THAAD installation. In other words, the Chinese government singled a relatively weak message via these sanctions to South Korea. As a result, the THADD implementation continued in South Korea. In the paper, I interpret China's rationale to impost puzzling economic sanctions, which have a weak resolution, to South Korea and Taiwan. As signaling theory argues, economic sanctions with insufficient resolution, which are more likely to fail, is a more provocative foreign policy. By reviewing China's sanctions usage to South Korea and Taiwan, I propose arguments of bureaucratic competition to answer why China launched such sanctions to other countries: those are caused by domestic institutions who are seeking reward from the Communist Party of China. By comparing shifts of leadership between domestic agencies, the paper provides evidence to support the proposed argument. I also include two alternative explanations to strengthen the proposed argument, albeit connecting the paper with other two larger streams of research, which address analyses of China's aggressive foreign policies as well as the domestic politics of economic sanctions.

A Survey on the Disposition of Ornament for the Traditional Costume - Focus on Women's Jegori and Chima in South and North Korea - (전통의상에 사용된 장식의 배치구도에 관한 연구 - 남북한 여성 저고리, 치마를 중심으로 -)

  • Chung, Hye-Gyung
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.9 no.5
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    • pp.478-485
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    • 2007
  • This survey is about the disposition of ornament for the traditional women's Jegori and Chima in North and South Korea. And the results are as follows: Disposition of part was used a lot in Jegori and Chima by both North and South Korea. In the existence of ornament, the number and range decorated part and a type of disposition, there were the differences between North and South Korea. There were not many Chimas with ornament in South Korea, which means that South Korea focused on decorating Jegori. The number and range of decorated part in South Korea were many. Disposition type of Jegori ornament in South Korea was various but in North Korea disposition of type of Chima ornament was various. Compared to the traditional disposition, South Korea's Jegori tended to follow the traditional disposition. In case of Chima in North and South Korea and Jegori in North Korea, the proportion of traditional disposition, altered traditional disposition and modern disposition was little different.