Bank of Korea Economic Research Institute Joins ERN Government & Public Agency Research Paper Series
We are pleased to announce the Bank of Korea Economic Research Institute (BOKERI) has started an ERN Government & Public Agency Research Paper Series within the Economics Research Network (ERN).
BANK OF KOREA ECONOMIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE RESEARCH PAPER SERIES
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The Bank of Korea Economic Research Institute (BOKERI) is the main research arm of the Bank of Korea, undertaking in-depth research to support the Bank's central banking role. To maintain the stability and sustained growth of the Korean economy, BOKERI carries out research on not only monetary policy but also finance, the macroeconomics, social and institutional issues, and the international economy.
BOKERI contributes to establishment and implementation of monetary policy through leading research on pending economic issues and expected challenges by publishing high-quality research papers such as "BOK Working Papers" and the journal "Economic Analysis". The authors of both series are either both staff economists or visiting scholars. The views expressed in the research papers are those of authors and do not necessarily reflect the official views of the Bank of Korea.
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