The Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) was founded in 1990 as a national policy research institute with the primary mission of studying, researching, and analyzing global economic matters. Its core objective is to contribute to the formulation of effective international economic policies for the nation.
KIEP has played a crucial role in shaping and carrying out South Korea's international economic strategies. Through meticulous research and in-depth analysis of the global economy, KIEP offers fresh insights and practical alternatives to address the challenges that the Korean economy faces.
Amidst various internal and external changes, including escalating competition between the US and China, the rise of protectionism, digital transformation, climate change, and regional conflicts, the medium- and long-term trade policy directions and alternatives presented by KIEP are gaining ever greater significance.
In a time of increased uncertainties within the global landscape, KIEP, comprised of leading international economic experts, is committed to fulfilling its role and meeting expectations. We aim to aid in solidifying South Korea's stature as a global hub nation. KIEP will persistently evolve to spearhead sustainable growth, innovation, and the formation of future economic paradigms.
We wholeheartedly seek your unwavering support and interest, as always.
President, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy