Since South Korea made a historic social pact in 1998 amid the Asian financial crisis, a newly established presidential committee, the Korea Tripartite Commission, has become a center of social concertation. The Korean case signifies the need to complement the theory of social concertation with a new set of hypotheses concerning structural factors, with particular attention to industrial structure and the mode of labor movement.

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