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KDI series in Economic Policy and Development

KDI was established in 1971 as an independent, non-profit research institute. It supports high profile research in all fields of economics and related areas through conferences, seminars, workshops and monograph publication. The main objective of KDI is to foster interactions among academics, policy makers and business practitioners with a view to finding solutions to socio-economic problems in Korea and the wider world.

The KDI Series in Economic Policy and Development publishes state of the art research findings in all aspects of economics and related areas. This series will be essential reading for academics, policy makers and business practitioners.


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Catherine Elgar

International Development, Social Policy, sociology

Catherine has worked at EEP for many years as Senior Commissioning Editor for Social Policy, Sociology and Development Studies, overseeing books in all related areas including: welfare, ageing, education, gender and family policy, labour policy,...

Alan Sturmer

Economics, Business & Management, Innovation, Geography, Urban & Regional Studies, Transport

Alan is Executive Editor with responsibility for commissioning for the business and management and economics lists in our US office as well as administering the day-to-day operations of the editorial team there. Before coming to...

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