East Asian Economic Review is an economic journal for the promotion of interdisciplinary research on international economics. Published as a quarterly by the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy, an economic think-tank funded by the Korean government, the Journal is global in perspective and covers both theory and empirical research.
Launched in 1997 as a quarterly, the East Asian Economic Review, originally published both in English and in Korean, has revamped itself, becoming KIEP's stand-out English journal in 2012. The transition involved a change in the title as well, from Journal of East Asian Economic Integration" that graced the cover until 2015, to the "East Asian Economic Review (EAER)", which reflects East Asia's diverse economy with a broader perspective.
View23,996Optimal Monetary Policy and Exchange Rate in a Small Open Economy with Unemployment
View2,443The Impact of Japan’s Rivalry with China on Its Willingness to Pursue Free Trade Agreements
View1,960Comparing the Global and Merged with the Local and Separate: On a Downside to the Integration of Regions and Nations
View1,659The Empirical Evidence on Government Bond Market Integration in East Asia
View1,604The Nexus between FDI and Growth in the SAARC Member Countries
Down480An Analysis on the Factors Affecting Rice Production Efficiency in Myanmar
Down278Asymmetric Impacts of International Oil Shocks on Domestic Growth Rate and Inflation
Down258Dynamic Determinants of Korean Productivity Changes: with Emphasis on Trade
Down221Long-run Effects of the Korea-China Free-Trade Agreement
Down213An Analysis of the New Trade Regime for State-Owned Enterprises under the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement