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Mansoo Jee

Mansoo Jee

Expertise: Chinese Economy

Dr. Mansoo Jee is the Reserch Fellow at Macro International Finance Division in the Korea Institute of Finance. Jee's main field is Chinese economy and Korea-China bilateral economic relations. He had served as Senior Researcher in LG Economic Research Institute, Research Fellow in KIEP (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy), where he served as director of KIEP's Beijing Office and head of the China Team. He also was the Assistant Professor of the School of International Studies in Dong-A University.

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EU-Korea Economic Exchange

EU-Korea Economic Exchange

Articles published during the Bruegel/Korea Institute of Finance project on ‘EU-Korea policy responses to the global financial and economic crisis and the scope for internationalisation of the financial services industry’

By: Zsolt Darvas, Chung-Han Kim, Shahin Vallée, Nicolas Véron, Haesik Park, Georg Zachmann, Jeong Ho Suh, Jean Pisani-Ferry, Christopher Byungho Suh, Reinhilde Veugelers, Hyoungsik Noh, Sungwook Park, Jabonn Kim, Mansoo Jee, Marco Antonielli and Mario Mariniello Topic: Global Economics & Governance Date: April 22, 2013
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Towards further liberalisation of the capital account in China

In China, discussions on capital account liberalisation have recently intensified. The Chinese government plans to gradually liberalise certain capital account items in the areas in which there is sufficient demand from the real economy and areas with relatively low investment risk, while maintaining tight regulation/supervision over the other items of the capital account and the financial sector. In response, Korean financial institutions need to establish strategies that will enable them to take part in this change, especially in the areas expected to undergo capital account liberalisation in the early stage.

By: Mansoo Jee Topic: Finance & Financial Regulation, Global Economics & Governance Date: February 25, 2013