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[KIEP Newsletter Vol.9 No.1] Fifteen Years of Korea’s FTA / Won Appreciation and SMEs

  • Date2021/01/08
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Fifteen Years of Korea’s FTA: Achievements and
Policy Implications

Moonhee Cho, Young Gui Kim, Chankwon Bae, Hyeyoon Keum and Jun-Hyun Eom / World Economy Brief 20-38

Since signing the first free trade agreement (FTA) with Chile in 2004, Korea has established 16 FTAs with 57 countries including EFTA, ASEAN, EU, US, etc. In this study we examine whether Korea’s FTAs have achieved their original objectives in the following three aspects: FTA network, product market openness and foreign direct investment (FDI)....

   
 
 
 
 
 

The Value-added Creation Effect of Global Value Chain Participation: Industry-level Evidence from APEC Member Economies

Innwon Park and Soonchan Park /
APEC Study Series 20-01

We analyze the value-added creation effect of GVC participation by applying a standard fixed effects regression model analysis with economy-wide country-industry data....

   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Won appreciation: its disproportionate effects on SMEs and policy measures / Minsoo Han

In 2021, as the spread of COVID-19 subsides gradually, the global economic growth rate is expected to rebound due to the base effect and the current, aggressive economic stimulus measures...

 
       
 
 
 
 
 

President Heungchong Kim attends
the 27th PECC General Assembly

 
 
   
 
 
 

The 30th Anniversary Seminar of
Korea-Russia Diplomatic Relations

 
 
   
 
 
 

2020 IEFS-EAER Virtual Conference

 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
- The Global Economy after COVID-19: Challenges and
Policy Resolutions
(Alan Deardorff; Soyoung Kim; Chul Chung)
- Who Will Fill China’s Shoes?
The Global Evolution of Labor-Intensive Manufacturing
(Gordon Hanson)
- WTO Reform Priorities post-COVID-19 (Bernard Hoekman)
- How the United States Marched the Semiconductor
Industry into Its Trade War with China (Chad P. Bown)
- The Reorganization of Global Value Chains in East Asia
before and after COVID-19 (Sèbastien Miroudot)
- Financing COVID-19 Deficits in Fiscally Dominant Economies:
Is The Monetarist Arithmetic Unpleasant? (Martín Uribe)
- On the Role of Projected FDI Inflows in Shaping Institutions:
The Longer-Term Plan for Post-Pandemic
Investment Reboot
(Xiang Gao; Zhenhua Gu; Kees G. Koedijk)
- U.S. Macro Policies and Global Economic Challenges
(Joshua Aizenman; Hiro Ito)
 
 
 

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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