These charts illustrate how local currency bond markets can be a powerful tool to stabilize currencies and economies during crises such as the pandemic and global shocks.
Previously, he was an assistant professor at SUNY at Buffalo. He served as a president of Korea Association of Applied Economics and as a member of National Economic Advisory Council to the President of Korea. His research interests are economic growth and technology, productivity analysis, finance and growth, and international economics. He received his Ph.D. in economics from Stanford University.
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