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Daehyeon Kim

Former Research Intern

Daehyeon, a South Korean citizen, is currently enrolled in the Bachelor's of Arts in Economics at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in the United States.

His research interests include Development Economics, Macro Economics, Foreign Aid, Women's empowerment and International Economics.  Prior to joining Bruegel, he worked as a research assistant for PEDL, and AidData.

He is fluent in English and Korean and has a good knowledge of Japanese.

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The calm after the storm: developments in Cyprus’ banking sector

At present there is calm after the storm; despite having less stringent restrictive measures than almost a year ago, the banking system remains stable. Though dealing with mounting non-performing loans remains the biggest financial challenge.

By: Carlos De Sousa and Daehyeon Kim Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Date: March 28, 2014