September 09, 2019(Mon)
Knowledge Sharing Program
The Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) is a knowledge-intensive development and economic cooperation program designed to share Korea’s development experience with partner countries. The Ministry of Economy and Finance (MOEF) of Republic of Korea has been overseeing KSP for partner countries for their policy capacity building and sustainable development since 2004. As of 2019, about 1,000 policy consultations have been conducted in 70 countries to promote sustainable socio-economic development. KSP has offered comprehensive policy consultations tailored to the needs of partner countries encompassing in-depth analysis, policy consultation, and training opportunities.
KSP is built upon knowledge-driven development, sharing Korea’s experiences of economic development enhancing capacities and confidence of policy makers. KSP believes in the principle of “Enabling” and “Sharing”, creating the foundation for ownership-driven and mid and long term economic growth.
KSP Dissemination Seminar
KSP Dissemination Conference is held annually to share experiences and the research outcomes of the KSP conducted throughout project year. The conference will invite high-ranking policy makers from partner countries, representatives from international organizations, as well as domestic private sector, academics and the media. Every year, 400~500 participants attend the conference to share KSP results and outcomes, and discuss insights on the future of KSP.
2019 KSP Dissemination Conference aims to introduce KSP outcomes and explore how they can be successfully linked to economic cooperation schemes, providing a forum for vision and mission of KSP.
The Department of Macroeconomics is conducting researches on the macro economy and macroeconomic policy, particularly focusing on suggesting the analysis of macroeconomic trends and current status of the economy at home and abroad, the economic forecast, and the policy direction of the macro economy. The Department is also in charge of establishing, sustaining and maintaining various econometric models, based on which it analyses policy effects and develops a long-term economic forecast.Main Tasks
Director, Division of Analysis and Evaluation82-044-550-4725
Director and Vice President, Department of North Korean Economy82-044-550-4725
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