The Korea Economic Institute periodically commissions year-long studies by prominent scholars on important issues that impact U.S.-Korea relations. Past reports include:
- 2003: Claude Barfield, Korea in Asia: Korea’s Development, Asian Regionalism, and U.S.-Korea Economic Relations
- 2003: Arthur Alexander, Korea's Capital Investment: Returns at the Level of the Economy, Industry, and Firm
- 2005: Kent Calder, Korea’s Energy Insecurities: Comparative and Regional Perspectives
- 2007: Kozo Kiyota and Robert Stern, Economic Effects of a Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement
- 2009: Thomas D. Willett, The Global Crisis and Korea's International Financial Policies
For all available Special Studies, click here.
These ad hoc studies are conducted by invitation only and not necessarily done every year.