Dr. Hyung Hwan Joo on "Key Lessons from Korea's Economic Development"November 28, 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Crawford Hall Room 105, 2550 Campus Road, UH MÄnoa
The Dai Ho Chun Distinguished Chair in the Colleges of Arts & Sciences Presents
Dr. Hyung Hwan Joo on"Key Lessons from Korea's Economic Development."
Joo will present key features of Koreaâ€™s economic development, highlight critical factors behind Koreaâ€™s success and outline challenges ahead.
These events are made possible by the late Dr. Dai Ho Chun through his estate gift, which established The Dai Ho Chun Distinguished Chair Endowment in the Colleges of Arts & Sciences. Dr. Chun was a distinguished and visionary educator. The College of Social Sciences has helped to sponsor this event.
College of Social Sciences, Mānoa Campus
Cindy Scheopner, (808) 956-8999, email@example.com
Wednesday, November 28
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Dr. Hyung Hwan Joo on "Key Lessons from Korea's Economic Development"Mānoa Campus, Crawford Hall Room 105, 2550 Campus Road, UH MÄnoa
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