대외경제정책연구원은 1989년 정부출연 연구기관으로 발족한 이래 우리나라의 세계지역연구를 선도해 왔으며 세계 유수기관과의 협력을 강화하고 있습니다. 연구협력팀은 국내외의 연구자간 교류를 활성화하고 지역연구역량을 강화하고자 2009년도부터 「방문학자 프로그램」을 운영하고 있습니다. 이 프로그램은 세계 각국의 유수한 학자와 지역연구 전문가를 초청하여 세계 지역에 대한 연구 성과와 정보를 공유함으로써 긴밀한 네트워크를 구축하고 협력 증진을 도모하고자 하는 프로그램입니다. 2015 KIEP Visiting Fellows Program은 그의 일환으로 출간되는 성과물로, 이를 통하여 다양한 학자들의 연구 역량과 견해를 통찰하고자 합니다.
In 2009, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) launched “Visiting Fellows Program (VFP)” with the view of advancing cross-border exchanges of knowledge, information, insights and expertise.
Since its inception, the VFP has demonstrated that sharing thoughts and ideas through face-to-face contacts and dialogue works as a catalyst for enhancing mutual understanding among scholars and professionals with diverse background.
By successfully implementing the VFP for the past 8 years, KIEP has been motivated to assume the role as a hub for international economic research in the region. As a host of the program, KIEP has many mandates. One of those tasks is to let more people know what has been accomplished through the program and how valuable it is.
In an effort to do so, KIEP has published series of research every year. This volume, the 7th of its series, contains eight research papers contributed by 2015 Visiting Fellows.
Publication owes many debts. Here I acknowledge just a few of them. First of all, I must express my deepest gratitude to the 2015 visiting fellows for their outstanding performances. My special thanks also goes to Ms. RIM Jeewoon and the staffs of the KIEP Publishing Team who worked very hard for the publication of this volume.
The views expressed in this publication are the views of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of KIEP. KIEP does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in the publication.
Notes on the Contributors
1. Study on the Marine Development Cooperation between China and South Korea
2. Study on the Innovation Driven Industrial Upgrading in Korea
The Course of Industrial Upgrading Driven by Innovation and
the Main Measures of South Korea
Chinese case: The New Situation and New Characteristics of Innovation Driven Industrial Upgrading in China
3. Gravity, Borders, and the Potential for Economic Integration in the Asia Pacific: Evidence from Korea and Russia
Potential Determinants of the Border Effects
4. Korea’s FTA Strategy and its Implications to China
5. Are China’s Exports Crowding Out or Coexisting with Korea’s Exports in the Arab Region?
Nashwa Mostafa Ali Mohamed
The Performance of Arab Imports
Determinants of Arab Imports Demand Function
Relationship between Chinese and Korean Exports towards Arab Region
6. Free Trade between Korea and Mexico: Obstacles and Advantages
Adolfo Alberto Laborde Carranco
Mexico-South Korea Bilateral Relations (1960-2014)
Economic Relations between Mexico and South Korea
7. The Role of MIKTA: Understanding Korean and Turkish Perspectives
MIKTA: A New Global Initiative
8. China-US Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT)
The Interest Demands of the U.S. from the China-US BIT
The Interest Demands of China from China-US BIT
Negative List as the Core Issue and Sticking Point: from the Perspective of Reform and Opening Up
Suggestions on BIT Negotiation Strategy