KDI Policy Studies, Korea Development Institute (KDI)

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 24
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2020 Korea's preference for redistribution and the policy decisionsHwang, Soo Kyeong
2018 The Evolution of Wage Inequality in KoreaKoh, Youngsun
2016 Economic Effect of Regulatory Reforms in KoreaKim, Jungwook
2015 Environmental Benefits of Green Space: Focusing on the Seoul Metropolitan AreaKim, Hyungtai; Carruthers, John I.
2015 Impact of Long Working Hours on Family Life in KoreaWang, Shun
2014 Status Race and Happiness: What Experimental Surveys Tell UsKim, Hisam; Ohtake, Fumio
2013 The Effects of Central Banks' Rate Change Patterns on Financial Market VariablesSohn, Wook; Sung, Byeongmook
2012 Family Background and Child HealthKim, Yeon Soo
2012 Work Flow and Its Cyclical Fluctuations in KoreaLee, Junsang
2010 Margin and Funding Liquidity: An Empirical Analysis on the Covered Interest Parity in KoreaJeong, Daehee
2003 Monetary Policy During and After the Crisis in KoreaCho, Dongchul
2003 Public Enterprise Reform and Privatization in Korea: Lessons for Developing CountriesLim, Wonhyuk
2003 The Impact of Lifting Liquidity Constraints on the Distributions of Consumption, Assets, and DebtsHur, Seok-Kyun; Sung, Taeyoon
2003 "Art and Science on" Nuancing Conflict: Theoretic Approach and Its ApplicationChung, Yun Ho
2002 Post-Crisis Growth and Bankruptcy Policy Reform in Korea: Empirical EvidenceHahn, Chin-hee; Lim, Youngjae
2002 Upgrading Higher Education in Korea: Context and Policy ResponsesWoo, Cheonsik
2001 The Yield Curve, Inflation Expectations, and Economic UncertaintyKang, In-bong
2001 Sources of Corporate Financing and Economic Crisis in Korea: A Micro-evidenceLim, Youngjae
2000 Managing Education Reform: Lessons from the Korean Experience 1995-97Park, Se-il
2000 Reforming Labor Management Relations: Lessons from the Korean Experience 1996-97Park, Se-il
Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 24
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