Since the 1980s, Korea has been pursuing liberalization and internationalization of its financial markets and industry to encourage competition and stimulate market forces in order to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of its financial services industry. As the world financial markets and industries experience a rapid transformation of financial integration and globalization, Korea must also react and take new directives to open its financial sector.
In this pretext, the Fredrich Ebert Stiftung and Korea Development Institute held a joint conference on the monetary and financial policy issues faced by Korea and EC countries on May 27-28, 1992. The conference drew the participation of a umber of knowledgeable researchers, businessmen, and professors from Korea as well as EC countries.
- Monetary and Financial Policy Reforms
- 좌승희, 김윤수, 강문수, Peter Bofinger, 남상우, Daniel Gros, Jurgen Kioger, Alfred Steinherr, Charles Huveneers
- Korea Development Institute
Monetary and Financial Policy Reforms
European Experiences and Alternatives for Korea
Seoul:Korea Development Institute
|Subject||Economy < Financial Policy|
|Holding||Korea Development Institute|