KIEP World Economy Brief


  • Digitalization in Asia-Pacific Region: Ready for Growth, but Ready for Inclusion? 

    Jang, Yungshin (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2021-06-14)
    This article examines the progress of digitalization in the Asia-Pacific region, compares and analyzes the digital transformation policies of major economies in the region, demonstrates the effect of the digital gap on economic performance in the region, ...
  • Digital Platform Markets of ASEAN and India: Implications for Cooperation with Korea 

    Kim, Jeong Gon; Na, Seung Kwon; Lee, Jaeho; Yun, ChiHyun; Kim, Eunmi (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2021-06-11)
    Recently, the growth of digital platform markets in ASEAN and India (in other words, the New Southern Policy [NSP] region, based on Korea’s current policy) is prominent. With COVID-19, demands for economic and social activities centered on digital ...
  • The Crisis of the WTO and New Direction for Negotiation Strategies of Korea 

    Suh, Jin Kyo; Lee, Cheon-Kee; Lee, Jukwan; Kim, Jihyeon; Jung, Myeonghwa (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2021-06-01)
    The WTO is facing a historical crisis. Its main functions ‒ namely, providing a negotiating forum, administrating WTO trade agreements and monitoring national trade policies, and resolving trade disputes ‒ have been significantly paralyzed. Since ...
  • The Indian Startup Ecosystem and Policy Implications 

    Han, Hyoungmin; Kim, Jeong Gon; Kim, Doyeon; Lee, Sunghee; Pek, Jong Hun (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2021-06-01)
    Startup ecosystems are defined as a type of network within geographical areas that can influence the formation and outcome of startups, and are closely related to creation and growth of startups. The startup ecosystem consists of various factors such ...

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