Macroeconomic Implications of Postcrisis Structural Changes

:ee-Jay Cho / Cho, Dong Chul / Yoon Hyung Kim(Editor)

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dc.contributor.editor:ee-Jay Cho-
dc.contributor.editorCho, Dong Chul-
dc.contributor.editorYoon Hyung Kim-
dc.description.tableOfContentsPart I. Economic Structures and Macroeconomic Performances 1. Financial and Structural Reforms in the Aftermath of Financial Crises:Lessons from International Experience for Korea - Daniela Klingebiel 2. Postcrisis Growth and Bankruptcy Policy Reform in Korea: Empirical Evidence - Chin Hee Hahn and Youngjae Lim Part II. Factor Market Structures and Macroeconomy 3. Financial Structure and Macroeconomic Performance over the Short and Long Run - Jose A. Lopez and Mark M. Spiegel 4. Macroeconomic Implications of Financial Market Reforms in Korea - Joon-Ho Hahm 5. Labor Markets in the United States and Korea: Factor Proportions, Inequality, and Unemployment - Robert Topel 6. Macroeconomic Policy Implications of Labor Market Changes in Korea -Kyungsoo Choi Part III. Implications of Structural Changes on Macropolicy Schemes 7. Economic Structure and Monetary Policy Design - Carl E. Walsh-
dc.publisherKorea Development Institute-
dc.titleMacroeconomic Implications of Postcrisis Structural Changes-
dc.contributor.affiliatedAuthorCho, Dong Chul-
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