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2011 Kiep Visiting Scholars’ Paper Series


  • Mao , Xiaojing

    (Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation (CAITEC))

  • Ivor , Agyeman-Duah

    (the Centre for Intellectual Renewal, a communication, culture and economic development policy organization in Ghana)

  • Palacios , Juan Jose

    (University of Guadalajara)

  • Rahman , Mohammad Masudur

    (United Nations University-Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS))

  • Madhur , Shrinivasa

    (Asian Development Bank)

  • Paladini , Stefania

    (Coventry University)

  • Pape , Wolfgang

    (Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS))

  • Shuleiko , Olga

    (National Academy of Sciences (Belarus))

  • Younes , Hossam

    (Arab Republic of Egypt - Ministry of Industry & Foreign Trade)

  • Yongsheng , Tan

    (National Development and Reform Commission)

  • An , Jiyoun

    (Kyung Hee University)

  • Ho , Kin‐Yip

    (Australian National University (ANU))

  • Zhou , Lanyue

    (University of International Business and Economics (UIBE))

  • Aibing , Xiang

    (National Development & Reform Commission (NDRC))


The Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) was founded in 1989 as a government-funded economic research institute. It is a leading institute focusing on international regional studies with strong cooperative relationship with the world’s leading research institutes. The Center for Emerging Economies Research (CEER) has been enforcing visiting fellows program since 2008 in an effort to vitalize exchange among internal and external institutions and enrich competence in regional studies. This program cultivates close network and promotes cooperation through sharing of research outcomes and information among eminent scholars and experts of regional studies. 'KIEP Visiting Scholars' Paper Series' is an accomplishment of this program that enabled higher understanding of international regional studies.

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  • Mao , Xiaojing & Ivor , Agyeman-Duah & Palacios , Juan Jose & Rahman , Mohammad Masudur & Madhur , Shrinivasa & Paladini , Stefania & Pape , Wolfgang & Shuleiko , Olga & Younes , Hossam & Yongsheng , , 2012. "2011 Kiep Visiting Scholars’ Paper Series," Conference Proceedings 12-2, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy.
  • Handle: RePEc:ris:kiepcp:2012_002

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