Dr. Jong-Wha Lee, Senior Advisor to President Lee Myung Bak, and G-20 Sherpa in Korea discusses the challenges facing the Korean economy as a result of the global economic crisis. An anemic recovery in the US economy, slower growth in China, unresolved fiscal and financial issues in the Euro Zone, coupled with increased financial and trade linkages, have exposed fault lines in the Korean economy. Dr. Lee will discuss efforts to mitigate Korea’s economic risks and the important policy challenges that lie ahead in creating a foundation for stable growth.
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Global Economic Crisis and Fault lines in the Korean Economy
Dr. Jong-Wha Lee
Senior Advisor to the President for International Economy, Republic of Korea
Senior Financial Economic Analyst, Federal Reserve Bank of New York