KIEP World Economy Brief


  • Factors Influencing ASEAN FDI and the Policy Implications 

    Jeong, Hyung-Gon; Lee, Boram; Pek, Jong Hun (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2018-08-17)
    This study examines the characteristics of ASEAN FDI and doing business conditions by income level, and con-ducts an empirical analysis of the determinants of ASEAN FDI to draw policy implications for further economic cooperation between Korea and ASEAN.
  • Public and Social Services Employment in Europe and its Implications for Korea 

    Joe, Dong-Hee (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2018-08-10)
    Employment in the public and social services sector is on a rising trend in Korea, in terms not only of the number of jobs, but also of the share of these jobs within the whole economy, as Figure 1 displays. The latest data suggests that this sector ...
  • The Fourth Industrial Revolution in Major Countries and Its Implications of Korea: U.S., Germany and Japan Cases 

    Kim, Gyu-Pan; Lee, Hyong-Kun; Kim, Jonghyuk; Kwon, Hyuk Ju (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2018-07-23)
    In the 1990s the world witnessed the Information Technology (IT) revolution, which entirely changed the paradigm of the global economy. IT has since continued to develop and mobile platforms have become one of the most important markets, represented ...
  • China's Manufacturing Development and Korea's Countermeasures 

    Lee, Hyuntai; Choi, Jangho; Choi, Hyelin; Kim, Youngsun; Oh, Yunmi; Lee, Joonkoo (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, 2018-07-06)
    Since 2015, the Chinese government has been strongly promoting its “Made in China 2025” initiative, which aims to accelerate the transformation of China from a “big manufacturing country” into a “world manufacturing power” by boosting manufacturing ...

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