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[KIEP Newsletter Vol.8 No.22] China’s Economic Challenges beyond COVID-19

  • Date2020/10/30
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Changes in the North Korean Economy and
New Strategies of Inter-Korean Cooperation after UNSCR 2270

Jang Ho Choi and Yoojeong Choi /
World Economy Brief 20-28

North Korea’s economy faces difficulties as the overall economy changed to a “high-cost economy” after UNSCR 2270. If the current phase is prolonged, there is a possibility that the whole economy will lose its growth engine as the entire economy changes into...

   
 
 
 
 
 

The Improvement of Korea’s New Northern
Economic Cooperation Governance: Focusing on Russia

Joungho Park, Minhyeon Jeong, Boogyun Kang, Dongyeon Jeong, Chorong Kim, Sunghoon Jeh,
Sergey Lukonin and Ekaterina Zaklyazminskaya /
World Economy Brief 20-27

This study presents five policy proposals to improve Korea’s economic cooperation governance with Russia. 1) Reorganize the Korea-Russia...

   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

China’s Economic Challenges beyond COVID-19
/ Seung Shin Lee


Since 2020, the U.S.-China trade war, economic de-globalization, and global epidemic outbreak have exacerbated the instability of the external environment in China. In response, the Chinese government has put forward the dual circulation strategy...

 
       
 
 
 
 
 

Visit to KIEP by Mumtaz Zahra Baloch,
Pakistani Ambassador to Korea

 
 
   
 
 
 

International Seminar on
“Future of the New Southern Policy in the Post-COVID-19 Era”

 
 
     
 
 
 

2020 KIEP and Associations of Area Studies Conference

 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
- An Adverse Social Welfare Effect of Quadruply Gainful Trade
(Oded Stark · Grzegorz Kosiorowski)
- The Optimal Degree of Reciprocity in Tariff Reduction
(Pao-Li Chang)
- Minimum Wages and Wage Inequality in the
OECD Countries
(Dong-Hee Joe · Seongman Moon)
- Estimating State-Level Matching Efficiencies in the Indian Labor Market
(Woong Lee · Soon-Cheul Lee)
 
   
 
 
 

Call for Applications : Visiting Scholars Program for 2021

KIEP invites prominent researchers and academics to join its Visiting Scholars Program. Launched in 2009, the program aims to promote cross-border exchanges of knowledge, information, insights, and expertise among scholars from different backgrounds. Visiting scholars are encouraged to actively engage in research and networking activities during their time at KIEP. If you are interested in applying to the program for 2021, please find further information on eligible fields, qualifications, responsibilities and benefits, etc. on our website.
 
   
 
 
 
 

Call for Research Topics for KIEP

 
KIEP is seeking innovative, timely and essential topics for research. We sincerely hope to receive any suggestions you might have for research topics, which you believe KIEP should pursue. We would like to listen to opinion of experts from various areas and make significant contributions to the governments' decision-making process.
Your insightful ideas and suggestions will be carefully reflected in our planning of new research projects and contribute ultimately to formulating policies for a more open international economic order. Please send us your ideas and suggestions via email, fax, or post at your convenience.
 
   
 
 
 
         
 
 
       

 

 
 
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