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[KIEP Newsletter Vol.8 No.26] Demographic Change and Current Account / Asset Price and Inequality / African Continental FTA

  • Date2020/12/24
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The Effects of Demographic Change on Current Account and
Foreign Asset Accumulation

Hyo Sang Kim, Da Young Yang and Eunjung Kang /
World Economy Brief 20-36

The current account surplus of Korea mainly comes from its export-driven trade surplus. The current account surplus can be interpreted as foreign savings for future consumption, which is ultimately accumulated in a net foreign asset position...

   
 
 
 
 
 

Analysis of the Effects of Asset Price Changes on Economic
Inequality and External Economic Variables

Deok Ryong Yoon, Dong-Eun Rhee and Jinhee Lee /
World Economy Brief 20-37

The world economy has experienced rapid polarization and concentration of wealth that has progressed rapidly over the past 30 years. Wealth inequality has caused a variety of socio-economic changes, and economic inequality remains unresolved...

   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Will the AfCFTA accelerate inter-African economic integration? / Munsu Kang

As a result of efforts toward a single market, African countries are moving forward on the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) and preparing to become an integrated market from 2021...

 
       
 
 
 
 
 

International Conference on
“The Next U.S. Administration: the Future of the Global Economic Environment and South Korea’s Responses”

 
 
     
 
 
 

KIEP Seminar Presents Vision of Future Cooperation
between South Korea and Mongolia

 
 
   
 
 
 

Seminar on Sharing Korea’s Development
Experiences with Egypt

 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
- 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)
 
   
 
 
 

Visiting Scholars Program for 2021-2022

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 2021-2022, please find further information on eligible fields, qualifications, responsibilities and benefits, etc. on our website.
 
   
 
 
         
 
 
       

 

 
 
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