The Korea Development Institute (KDI) is the one and only policy research institute specializing in research on socioeconomic issues including macroeconomics, banking, finance, social securities, labor, industry, trade, economic policies and North Korean economy, contributing to the establishment of rational policies and institutional reformation for the past 40 years. KDI reports provide a summary of research results that are relevant to the economy of Korea, and a chance for the readers to develop a comprehensive understanding of the current economic issues of Korea.

  • The Korean Economy in the Era of Trade Liberalization - Structural Changes and Policy Implications
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  • Policy proposal for stable social development and sound economic growth
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  • Directions for Social Policy in Changing Economic and Social Conditions
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  • Economical globalization and Capability of Crisis Response in the Korean Economy
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