An International Conference of RCIE, AKES, and KDI

Korea and the World Economy, IV

Seattle, December 10-11, 2005   

Downloadable Papers


The followings are some of the papers scheduled to be presented in the conference. They are posted for the convenience of the participants and those who are interested in these papers. The first listed author is the one expected to present the paper.

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Fumiko Takeda and Katsumi Matsuura

Trade and Environment in East Asia: Examining the Linkages with Japan and the USA

Joshua Aizenman, Yeonho Lee, and Youngseop Rhee International reserves management and capital mobility in a volatile world: Policy considerations and a case study of Korea
Toru Kikuchi and Chiharu Kobayashi Network Externalities, Competition, and Trade: East Asian Perspectives
John P. Bonin and Masami Imai Soft Related Lending: A Tale of Two Korean Banks

Thomas W. Roehl and Soonkyoo Choe

What to Shed and What to Keep: the Divestiture and Consolidation Decisions of Korean Chaebol Groups after the Asian Crisis

Koji Shimomura, Elias Dinopoulos, and Kenji Fujiwara International Trade Patterns under Quasi-Linear Preferences

Thomas D. Willett and Yongbok Kim

Assessing Korea’s Post Crisis Managed Float

Tran Van Hoa

Impact of Economic Policy Reforms, Regional and Global Shocks on Trade and Growth in East Asia: The Case of Korea

Jong Won Lee and  Byoung Gyu Yu

An Endogenous Growth Model Approach to the Korean Economic Growth Factors

Slavi T. Slavov Should Small Open Economies in East Asia Keep All Their Eggs in One Basket: The Role of Balance Sheet Effects
Yaowu Song and Mingqi Chen Comparative Study on Hydrogen Economy Policy of China and Korea
B. Michael Gilroy and Elmar Lukas On the Dynamics of Innovative Strategic Alliances in Korea

Kiheung Kim

The Economic Effects of Forming Korea-ASEAN Free Trade Agreements: The Case of IT Industry
Jaerang Lee and Byung Chang Yi Industry Level Real Effective Exchange Rates for Korea
Eiji Ogawai and Kentaro Kawasaki Adopting a common currency basket arrangement into the “ASEAN plus three”
Dongkoo Chang and Youngjun Choi An analysis of Brisk Exports and Sluggish Domestic Demand Using a Nontradables Model: The Case of Korea
Kimie Harada Measuring the Efficiency of Banks: Successful Mergers in the Korean Banking Sector
Changkyu Choi and Shang-Jin Wei

Currency Blocs and Cross-Border Investment

Hangyong Lee The Impact of Uncertainty on Investment: Empirical Evidence from Manufacturing Firms in Korea
Insill Yi Market Structure and Business Diversification of the Financial Sector
SaangJoon Baak

The effect of the Chinese Renminbi on the Korean Exports to Japan

Kiyoun Sohn and Taek Dong Yeo Does the international trade help to enhance national security?
Chung Mo Koo Fiscal Performance, Public Debt and Fiscal Consolidation in Korea
Stephen P. Magee A Biological Model of Development and Democratization: Application to Korea

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