[Interview] K-Developedia and Knowledge Hubs Series 1
|Venue||World Bank Knowledge Hubs||Date||2015-02-07 ~ 2015-02-07|
|Host||The World Bank||Organizer||KDI School of Public Policy and Management|
K-Developedia and Knowledge Hubs Series 1:
KDI (Korea Development Institute)
□ Date: Feb 7th (Sat)
□ Interviewee: Dr.Lee Taihee, Director for Policy Consultation at CID(Center for International Development), KDI
□ Note: The full script of interview is attached below.
The Korea Development Institute School of Public Policy and Management, in collaboration with Knowledge Hubs, is proud to launch a series of peer-learning engagements with knowledge sharing champions from Korean Institutions, showcasing the Korean Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) experience.
Since its establishment in 1971, Korea Development Institute (KDI) has been recognized as Korea’s leading think tank, significantly contributing to Korea’s economic and social development. Over the past three decades, KDI has consistently provided policy consultations and guidance based on in-depth analyses of international and domestic economic conditions and projections, while conducting preemptive and empirical studies.
For the first section for K-Developedia Series, we had an interview with Lee Taihee, the Director for Policy Consultation at KDI’s Center for International Development. He shared his unique experience as a leading practitioner of knowledge sharing program (KSP Program).