Supporting Korea’s Successful Transition to a Knowledge-based Economy As Korea was successfully shifting toward an information based economy, this department was launched to set forth innovative approaches for policies in industry, labor, and finance. To that end, the department is now seeking approaches to replacing the traditional frameworks of the brick-and-mortar era.
Director and Vice President, Department of Knowledge Economy
Labor Market Analysis and Policy ResearchEducation / Professional Experience
International Economics (Trade and Finance), Economic Theory(Micro- & Macro-), Economic Growth and DevelomentEducation / Professional Experience
Innovation and Economic Development, International Trade, Applied EconometricsEducation / Professional Experience
Small and Medium Enterprises, Industrial OrganizationEducation / Professional Experience
International Economics, Economic Growth/Development, Technology & Innovation, Public Investment, ProductivityEducation / Professional Experience
Education, Labor Market (Empirical Microeconomics)
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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