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The G20 Global Financial Stability Conference 2019

November 05, 2019(Tue)

Greetings
Since its inception in 2013, the Global Financial Stability Conference has been an international forum for leading financial experts at home and abroad to examine risk factors and consider countermeasures for the global financial system.
 
We’ve reflected on the challenges and achievements during the two crises, the Asian Currency Crisis and the Global Financial Crisis. And we’ve been discussing preemptive measures against newly emerging risk factors that can pose a serious threat to financial stability, from cross-border capital flows to the digital economy.
 
Recently, uncertainties in the global financial market are further growing due to increasing volatility in capital flows, escalating trade tensions and rising geopolitical risks. In particular, trade conflicts and resulting disruptions in the global value chains are identified as the biggest risk factors to potential growth and financial stability of the global economy.
 
As financial crises strike us when problems combine in unpredictable and unforeseen ways, it will be meaningful for us to proactively examine and analyze the impact of various risk factors on global financial stability and discuss appropriate countermeasures.
 
The G20 Global Financial Stability Conference 2019, joined by policy makers at home and abroad, experts from academia and international organizations will discuss challenges to global financial stability and pool our wisdom on the role of the G20 and policy coordination for global financial stability.
 
We cordially invite you to share your insights with us at the Conference.
 
November 2019


Yongbeom Kim
1st Vice Minister,
Ministry of Economy and Finance

        


Jeongpyo Choi
President,
KDI

 
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Providing Economic Forecast and Macroeconomic Policy Direction, the Groundwork for a Brighter Future

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
  • Economic trend analysis, short- and long-term forecast
  • Policy study on macroeconomic management
  • Basic structural analysis on macroeconomic areas
  • Maintenance of multi-sectoral dynamic macroeconomic model
Department of Macroeconomic Policy
  • LEE. Tae Suk

    Director, Division of Analysis and Evaluation

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  • CHO, Byungkoo On leave

    Director and Vice President, Department of North Korean Economy

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  • LEE, Jongkyu

    Fellow

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  • WEE, Hyeseung Dispatched

    Research Associate

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  • NAM, Jinwook On leave

    Specialist

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  • KIM, Seulki

    Research Associate

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  • CHUN, Eunkyung

    Research Associate

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