Dr. Kim Heungchong is the President of the Korea Institute or International Economic Policy (KIEP). Prior to his current role, he served many different positions at KIEP, including Vice President of Research and Vice Director of the KU-KIEP-SBS EU Centre. In addition to his work at KIEP, he also serves as chairman of the Korea National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (KOPEC) and President of the European Union Studies Association of Korea. He is also a member of the Korea-Russia Dialogue.
President Kim’s research areas include the Korean economy, FTAs and trade, socioeconomic issues, the European economy, and Europe’s economic integration into East Asia. He also held positions as an adjunct professor at Ehwa University, adjunct professor at Sogong University, and visiting fellow at the French Institute of International Relations.
He holds a B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in Economics from Seoul National University. He also received an MPhil in Economics from the University of Oxford.
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