Dr. Wonkyu Shin, Researcher at the Institute of Economics and Business at Ilia State University’s contribution to the book “New Perspectives on Structural Change: Causes and Consequences of Structural Change in the Global Economy” was released
Dr. Wonkyu Shin, Researcher at the Institute of Economics and Business at Ilia State University’s contribution to the newly published book “New Perspectives on Structural Change: Causes and Consequences of Structural Change in the Global Economy (Oxford Univ. Press).” was released.
This comprehensive edited volume features authoritative and up-to-date debates on the role of structural change in innovation and development studies. For detailed book information: https://bit.ly/3xVUoM5
The title of his contributing chapter is "Three Barriers to Structural Changes and Catch-up by the Latecomers."
About Dr. Wonkyu Shin
Dr. Wonkyu Shin is a Researcher at the Institute of Economics and Business as he teaches at Ilia State University (ISU).
Dr. Shin was a Specialist at the Division of Development Research, Korea Development Institute (KDI) in 2016-2019, where he started to provide his research-based consulting and advisory services on trade & development issues for various ministries, INGOs, private sectors.
With his areas of expertise, he served as Associate Editor of International Economic Journal (IEJ) and a steering member for Korea International Economic Association (KIEA) and Korea Association of Trade and Industrial Studies (KATIS), and National Committee for K-SDGs (Korea’s Sustainable Development Goals) between 2017-2019.
The main fields of his research interest are trade & development under the world trading system (WTO/FTA) and a means of sustainable development: trade, innovation, ODA, and foreign investment (FDI). His researches feature in field-top journals including World Development, World Economy, World Trade Review, Journal of World Trade, and Seoul Journal of Economics. https://bit.ly/3eGl8Ze
He received his Ph.D. degrees in International Studies (International Commerce) from the Graduate School of International Studies at Seoul National University in 2015.