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Seminar VOD

May 24 2018 VOD 23

[Keynote Speech 1] For a Better Life: Korea’s Growth as an Innovative and Inclusive Nation

[Keynote Speech 2] Towards a Korean New Deal

[1-0] Is there democracy without social Justice? Messaoud Romdhani

[1-1] The Candlelight Revolution and the Moon Jae-in Government’s Democracy Paradigm

[1-2] Democracy In and Beyond the Public Square: What Comparative Analysis Tells Us About the South Korean Case

[1-3] Conditions for Advancement of Korea’s Democracy: Results from the Investigation of People’s Perception after the 2016-17 Candlelight D

[2-1] How Korea Can Capitalize on the Next Production Revolution

[2-2] Korea’s Strategy for Inclusive Growth

[2-3] Shaping the Digital Transformation -Germanys Experiences with Technological and Societal Challenges

[3-1] Inclusive Korea in the the Anthropocene: Governing Environmental and Humanitarian Crises in a Global Age

[3-2] Strategies of Sustainable Development to Green Inclusive Society

[3-3] The CurrentState of Energy Transition in South Korea: Challenges & Opportunities

[4-1] Spreading the benefits of economic growth when AI robots do more work and earn more income

[4-2] The Role of Employment and Social Policy in Achieving an Equal Society

[4-3] Tasks and Directions for Inclusive Education to Cope with Uncertainty and Inequality

[5-0] Social Integration and Balanced National Development

[5-1] Local Extinction Crisis and Revitalization Policy

[5-2] Gender Equality Policy for Sustainable Democratic Society

[5-3] National Balanced Development and Inclusive Transport Policies

[6-1] Denuclearization and Roadmap for Peace on the Korean Peninsula

[6-2] Methods for the Vitalization and Institutionalization of Inter-Korean Cooperation

[6-3] Peace and Prosperity in Northeast Asia and the Moon Jae-in Administrations Regional Design

[Special Lecture] Leaving a Century of Trauma Behind, Looking Forward to a Century of Peace and Inclusive Society

November 19 2015 VOD 13

[5-2] Labor and Skill Sharing in Korea

[5-1] Labor Standards in Peer-to-Peer Service Platforms

[4-3] CROWDFUNDING: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS

[4-1] Crowdfunding: The Current State and Issues

[3-3] Accommodation Sharing in Korea: The Current State and Issues

[3-2] Measuring the Impacts of Accommodation Sharing on the Hospitality Industry: Evidence and Implications

[3-1]Airbnb’s Experience

[2-3] Car-Sharing: Emerging Trends and Best Practices

[2-2] The Dollars and Sense of Commercial Sharing: Appealing to Consumer Rationality

[2-1] Car Sharing in Korea: The Current State and Issues

[1-4] The Sharing Economy, Welfare Effects and Policy Implications: An Economic Perspective

[1-3] Dissemination of the SHARING ECONOMY: Issues and Solutions

[1-1] San Francisco and its role in the emerbence of the sharing economy: history and lessons

August 05 2013 VOD 9

[2-A-10] The Welfare Cost of Structural Uncertainty

[2-A-9]Quantifying the Speculative Component in the Real Price of Oil: The Role of Global Oil Inventories

[1-A] Did China Tire Safeguard Save U.S. Workers?

[1-A-5]Trade Liberalization, Growth, and Bi-Polarization in Korean Manufacturing: Evidence from Microdata

[2-2] Demographic Changes, Economic Growth, and Fiscal Rules in a General Equlibrium Model of Overlapping Generations

[2-1] Pension Reform, Fiscal Impact, and Savings

[1-2] Growth Slowdowns Redux

[1-1]Transmission Mechanisms of the Public Debt

[Keynote Speech] Inflation’s Role in Optimal Monetary-Fiscal Policy

February 05 2013 VOD 4

Primary Care in Korea: The Road Ahead

Moving from Hospitals to Primary Care for Chronic Disease

Combined Early Childhood Education and Care Measures to Ensure Social Cohesion

Improving Employability of the Marginal Groups in the Korean Labor market

May 27 2010 VOD 17

[6-3] The Dangers of integration: The European common market and the case of Iceland

[6-2] Foreign Exchange Rate Impacts on Korean Stock Markets: Quantitative analysis of the recent experiences

[6-1] Hoarding International Reserves versus a Pigovian Tax-cum-Subsidy scheme: Reflections on the deleveraging crisis of 2008-9, and a cost benefit analysis

[5-2] Managerial Compensation and Risk-Taking in Banks

[5-1] Capital Insurance and Managers Compensation

[4-2] Margin and Funding Liquidity: An empirical analysis on the covered interest parity in Korea

[4-1-2] Policy Responses to Foreign Currency Shortages

[4-1-1] Policy Responses to Foreign Currency Shortages

[3-2] Restoring the Role of CRAs as Gatekeepers

[3-1] Securitization without Risk Transfer

[2-3] Procyclicality of Bank Loans under Information Asymmetry

[2-2] Pro-Cyclical Bank Lending and Counter-Cyclical Financial Regulation

[2-1] Dynamic Provisioning: Some lessons from existing experiences

[1-2-2] EU and US Reforms for Preventing Future Systemic Crises

[1-2] Systemic Risk and Macro-Prudential Supervision

[1-1-2] Political Economy of Macro-Prudential Regulations in Korea

[1-1-1] Measuring Systemic Risk

February 25 2010 VOD 4

[5] The Debate on the International Monetary System

[4] Global Imbalances: in the Middle of the Stream?

[2] Rethinking the Macroeconomic Policy

[1] A Strategy for Renormalizing Fiscal and Monetary Policies in Advanced Economies

February 17 2010 VOD 10

[5-2] Protecting Indigenous Knowledge Through Geographical Indications:A Case Study of the Indian Textile Industry

[5-1] Propensity to Patent, Competition and China’s Foreign Patenting Surge

[4-3] Mexico Auto Parts Industry: The Interaction Between TransnationalCorporations and Their Supplier Networks

[4-2] Knowledge Flows and International Patenting Activity in LatinAmerican Countries

[4-1] Technology Transfer and the Economic Implications of theStrengthening of Intellectual Property Rights in DevelopingCountries

[3-2] The Effectiveness of Patent and the Determinants of PatentingActivities in Korea

[3-1] Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation in Economic Developmentin Korea

[2-2] Determinants and Influences of Patenting Activities in KoreanManufacturing

[2-1] Whether and How Does International Research Collaboration AffectInvention Quality?: Some Evidence from Triadic Patent Data

[1-2] University Patenting in Korea: Trends, Characteristics andImplications

 
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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.

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