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Title: Comparatief publiekrechtelijke, internationaalrechtelijke en economische analyse van de toegangsvoorwaarden tot Noord-Koreaanse bedrijventerreinen door buitenlandse i.c. Belgische of Zuid-Koreaanse bedrijven
Authors: Malfait, Milka
Advisors: VEREECK, Lode
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: tUL
Abstract: SUMMARY. In my graduate thesis, an economic analysis can be found of the North Korean investment law in comparison with the Flemish investment law. More in particular, this thesis includes a regulatory impact assessment of the access conditions and settlement requirements for foreign companies in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (hereafter: North Korea). First of all, an introduction is given of the North Korean economy. The characteristics of this Marxist-driven economy are discussed together with the main economic sectors, and the bilateral and multilateral economic relations of North Korea. The paper makes an important distinguish between trade and investment in North Korea. That part forms the legal chapter. Subsequently follows the economic analysis. First an analysis is made of the present transaction and regulatory costs which exist in the North Korean investment policies. Hereafter, a regulatory impact assessment (RIA) is made of access conditions in North Korean industry zones such as the Rason Free Trade Zone, the Kaesong Industrial Complex and other special economic zones which are under construction. Keywords: economic analysis, regulatory costs, impact assessment, transaction costs, North-Korean investment law
Notes: master in de rechten-overheid en recht
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/17554
Category: T2
Type: Theses and Dissertations
Appears in Collections: Master theses

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