페이스북에 공유 트위터에 공유 구글플러스에 공유 카카오톡에 공유 네이버밴드에 공유
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Writer 관리자 Date 2008-11-03
Subject with World Bank and GDN, ABCDE
Contents GDN (Global Development Network) is an independent international organization established by World Bank to support research on economic development of developing countries. Each year the organization arranges international research on various subject. In 2003, the organization made an open call for projects/papers "Understanding (Economic) Reform."
As Prof. Lee's proposal on "Understanding (Post-crisis) Reforms in Korea" accepted by GDN, and he was appointed as the principal investigator of the Korean team, made up of 4 economists. He has participated in the annual World Bank-GDN Annual Convention since then; the Cairo Convention in 2004 held in Egypt, the New Delhi Convention held in India, and the Petersburg Convention 2006 held in Russia.
The research outcome of the Korean team has been published as working papers of the World Bank while Prof. Lee was working as one-year consultant there. He was also asked to write a synthesis paper of the economic reform in 6 Asian countries--Korea as well as Indonesia, India, China, Nepal, and Bangladesh--summarized under the title, "Understanding reforms in Asia." The article was published in GDN's “Understanding Market Reform, vol. 2."
Keun has also presented his paper on "Big businesses and national economic growth, at the Bank's ABCDE conference, held in Stockholm, May 2011. He gave a talk in other World Bank organized conference,such as the one on innovation held in Rio, fall 2011, and industrial policy, in DC (may 2012).