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The Peninsula blog is a project of the Korea Economic Institute. It is designed to provide a wide ranging forum for discussion of the foreign policy, economic, and social issues that impact the Korean peninsula.

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Small Enterprises Lead Tech Innovations

Yu Na Choi
June 27, 2022
Patenting activity by SMEs revealed tech-led growth through a crisis, but the country remains disproportionately reliant on manufacturing.

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The Outlook for the Korean Economy: Will Stagflation Curb Growth?

Randall S. Jones
June 22, 2022
With inflation expected to rise, many forecasters warn that the global economy may be entering a period of stagflation. Will this curb Korea's growth?

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President Yoon’s Economic Policies

Randall S. Jones
May 25, 2022
President Yoon Suk Yeol campaigned on economic policies changes that could bring significant economic benefits to South Korea.

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Bipartisan Consensus on Economic Priorities

David Lee
May 23, 2022
President Yoon Suk Yeol's national vision echoes the priorities of previous administrations, particularly around the need to boost small businesses.

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Spotlight on Korea’s Food Import Dependence

Sarah Marshall
May 22, 2022
South Korea looks to increase wheat output as grain prices rise in response to supply chain challenges created by the pandemic and geopolitical instability.

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South Korea, Ukraine and Russia Part II: The Economic Dimension

Stephan Haggard
May 18, 2022
Pursuing sanctions on Russia poses nowhere near the tough choices that arise when talking about Korea’s dependence on trade and investment with China.

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Beyond Semiconductor and Auto Exports

David Lee
May 9, 2022
South Korea seeks to strengthen security cooperation and diversify its export structure by expanding its presence in the global defense market.

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Beyond the Data: Gender and Immigration in South Korea

Julia Fadanelli
May 6, 2022
Despite a declining workforce and a need for foreign workers, South Korea maintains some of the strictest immigration controls among the OECD countries.

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