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Meral Karasulu

  • Ten Years after the Korean Crisis: Crisis, Adjustment and Long-run Economic Gro..

    Most observers would consider the 1997 Asian crisis as the biggest challenge in the impressive economic development of Korea. The Korean economy went through a significant transformation to overcome the unprecedented shocks of the..

    Meral Karasulu 외 발간일 2008.12.30

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    Preface

    sessionxx I. THE KOREAN CRISIS AND ECONOMIC CHANGES

    1. Korea Ten Years after the Crisis: Collateral and Reserve Accumulation / Michael P. Dooley, Peter Garber, and David Folkerts-Landau
    Comments on “Korea Ten Years after the Crisis: Collateral and Reserve Accumulation”: Two Crises of International Economics / Naoyuki Yoshino

    2. Inflation Targeting in Korea: Success, Good Luck or Bad Luck? / Yung Chul Park and Charles Wyplosz
    Comments on “Inflation Targeting in Korea: Success, Good Luck or Bad Luck?” / Hans Genberg

    3. Ten Years after the Crisis: Financial System Transition in Korea / Joon Ho Hahm
    Comments on “Ten Years after the Crisis: Financial System Transition in Korea” / Shinji Takagi

    4. Corporate Sector Restructuring in Korea: Status and Challenges / Stijn Claessens and Dongsoo Kang
    Comments on “Corporate Sector Restructuring in Korea: Status and Challenges” / Youngjae Lim


    sessionxx II. CHANGES LOOKING FORWARD: TOWARDS LONG-TERM STABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH

    1. Achieving Long-Term Fiscal Sustainability in Korea / Tarhan Feyzioğlu, Michael Skaarup, and Murtaza Syed
    Comments on “Achieving Long-Term Fiscal Sustainability in Korea”: Should We Be Concerned by Korea's Exposure to the International Interbank Market? / Robert N. McCauley

    2. Household Debt in Korea and Macroeconomic Implications / Meral Karasulu and Jerald A. Schiff
    Comments on “Household Debt in Korea and Macroeconomic Implications” / Chang Seok Oh

    3. Productivity Growth and Structural Changes in Korean Economy before and after the Financial Crisis / Hak K. Pyo
    Comments on “Productivity Growth and Structural Changes in Korean Economy before and after the Financial Crisis” / Chin Hee Hahn


    sessionxx III. WHAT IS THE AGENDA FOR THE NEXT 10 YEARS?

    1. Changes in Labor Quality among New College Graduates in Korea / Dae Il Kim
    Comments on “Changes in Labor Quality among New College Graduates in Korea” / Yeongkwan Song

    2. Trade Structure, FTAs, and Economic Growth: Implications for East Asia / Chan-Hyun Sohn and Hongshik Lee
    Comments on “Trade Structure, FTAs, and Economic Growth: Implications for East Asia” / Hyun-Hoon Lee

    3. Crisis, Adjustment, and Long-run Economic Growth in Korea / Noh Sun Kwark, Changyong Rhee and Doo Yong Yang
    Comments on “Crisis, Adjustment, and Long-run Economic Growth in Korea” / Kwanho Shin


    Seminar Program

    List of Participants

    List of KIEP Publications
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    Most observers would consider the 1997 Asian crisis as the biggest challenge in the impressive economic development of Korea. The Korean economy went through a significant transformation to overcome the unprecedented shocks of the crisis. The resolution of the crisis acted as a catalyst to bring much needed structural change in the financial and corporate sectors. In the process Korea has adopted wide-ranging economic reforms, experienced substantial institutional change and significant improvements in its legal framework.(생략)
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