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  • Investment Puzzle: Deeper Roots 

    Sujin, Kim (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2017-05-04)
    This paper investigates empirically the roots of the investment puzzle from the global megatrend perspective. The empirical model of this study augmented the uncertainty-finance accelerator investment model with megatrend variables of a transition to ...
  • Determinants and Consequences of Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from the Revision of the Company Act in India 

    Woong, Lee (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2017-04-28)
    India is the first country to introduce mandatory CSR spending for eligible firms, based on the revision of the Companies Act in 2013. In this paper, I explore the effects of the revision of the Companies Act in India on the likelihood of a firm's CSR ...
  • A New Measure of Inter-industry Distance and Its Application to the U.S. Regional Growth 

    Joon, YOON Yeo; Jung, WHANG Un (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2016-12-30)
    We propose a new measure of inter-industry ‘distance’. This is constructed à la Antras et al. (2012). While they measure the distance of an industry from its final use – what they call ‘downstreamness’ of an industry – we measure the distance between ...
  • Trade in Intermediate Goods: Implications for Productivity and Welfare in Korea 

    Gui, Kim Young; Hak, Pyo (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2016-12-30)
    Several studies focused on trade in intermediate goods as a key feature of recent global trade. In the case of Korea, about 50% of total exports and 70% of its total imports are intermediate goods trade. This paper contributes to the discussion about ...

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