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  1. Seoul Authors’ Workshop “Pro-Poor Growth & Development Cooperation: Experience & Lessons from Asia”
    [IDC]

    Following Year 1, KDI and The Asia Foundation have been conducting a collaborative research project under the theme of “pro-poor growth and development cooperation” which delves more deeply into pressing development effectiveness challenges. Seoul Authors’ Workshop, the last meeting of the KDI-TAF co-research dialogue series (Year 2), was held to review chapters for the forthcoming book ”Inclusive Growth and Development Cooperation: Experiences and Lessons from Asia”. During the workshop, participants provided rigorous reviews of each chapter by discussing perspectives and strategies of inclusive growth, dealing with rising inequality issue in Asia, as well as sharing each country’s strategy for inclusive growth. Based on what has been discussed at the workshop, the book will be published as the outcome of KDI and the Asia Foundation’s joint project.

  2. 2012 KSP Regional Workshop in Asia
    [KSP]

    In an effort to share Korea's economic development experiences with development partner countries, the Ministry of Strategy and Finance of Korea launched the Knowledge Sharing Program (“KSP”) in 2004 with Korea Development Institute (KDI) as the implementing institution. As of 2011, Korea has conducted KSP with 34 countries with over 300 research topics. In fact, from 2004 to 2011, KSP has completed policy consultation with six Southeast Asian countries including Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, and Philippines, with over 93 research topics. In 2012, KSP will be expanded to 33 countries with over 140 research topics.

  3. Post-2015 Development Agenda: Goals, Targets and Indicators
    [IDC]

    In attempt to facilitate the consultation process set out by the UN at all levels and, ultimately, to assist the process of selecting the post-2015 successors to the MDGs, the Korea Development Institute (KDI) and the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) have led a consortium with a number of partners: the International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC), the International Poverty Reduction Center in China (IPRCC), the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), the Tata Institute for Social Science, the University of Manchester and the University of Pretoria. With combined expertise, the consortium has published a Special Report on post-2015 development agenda: goals, targets and indicators, which discuss the possible menu for potential indicators for eleven candidate “Bellagio Goals”.

  4. International Preparatory Conference for the 2013 G20 Russia Summit
    [IDC]

    Building on Korea’s contributions to the international community after its successful hosting of the G20 Seoul Summit in 2010, the Korea Development Institute(KDI) and the Institute of Sustainable Development of Korea University hosted the International Preparatory Conference for the 2013 G20 Russia Summit on September 21. The conference dealt with major G20 agenda such as International Monetary system, Energy and Sustainable Development. The Conference aims to examine policy directions and options for the agenda on the table for future G20 Summit and promote international cooperation on global governance.

  5. 2011 Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) Dissemination Seminar
    [IDC]

    The mechanism in which how states can affect economic growth has been analyzed in developmental state literature (e.g., Johnson 1982, Okimoto 1989, Amsden 1989, Wade 1990, Haggard 1990, and Evans 1995) to yield a reasonably good understanding of the role of governance institutions that could either accelerate or obstruct national development. Yet, there still was a missing piece: how should the government work with business and other stakeholders to resolve potential conflicts and promote firm-level learning in formulating and implementing industrial policy.

  6. 2011 Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) Dissemination Seminar
    [KSP]

    As the beginning of the 2012 KSP with Sri Lanka, the Korean research team visited Colombo for demand survey and pilot study of this year’s KSP with Sri Lanka. Several discussions have been made on the expected research agendas with the government of Sri Lanka in order to specify research topics for this year’s projects. In addition, the research team and the government of Sri Lanka organized several investigation in Sri Lanka to figure out the current status and policies related to the research topics at the stage. Then, the specified work plans of the entire projects have been agreed during the visit from August 01 to August 08, 2012.

Research at CID

  1. Korean Development, 1973-84: A World Bank Economist Remembers and Reflects [IDC] Post-2015 Development Agenda: Goals, Targets and Indicators 2012/10/26

    In attempt to facilitate the consultation process set out by the UN at all levels and, ultimately, to assist the process of selecting the post-2015 successors to the MDGs, the Korea Development Institute (KDI) and the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) have led a consortium with a number of partners: the International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC), the International Poverty Reduction Center in China (IPRCC), the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), the Tata Institute for Social Science, the University of Manchester and the University of Pretoria. ...

  2. [IDC] Using Knowledge Exchange for Capacity Development: What Works in Global Practice? 2011/11/15
  3. [G20] Major Issues and Policy Challenges for the G20 Cannes Summit 2011/08/
  4. [KDE] From Despair to Hope : Economic Policymaking in Korea, 1945-1979 2011/04/18


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