Director at Korea University
Lee Jong-wha, professor of Economics and director of the Asiatic Research Institute at Korea University, was a senior adviser for international economic affairs to former President Lee Myung-bak of South Korea.
The US trade wars
Asia's economies must take a more proactive role in preserving free trade, working together and using forums like the G20 and the World Trade Organisation
J-nomics and Korea
South Korea’s President Moon Jae In has his work cut out for him, particularly on the economy where he claims his three-step 'J-nomics' will rescue the country.
How to make babies
South Korea is quickly ageing, with the government now urging people to stop family planning and start having babies - a plan that's likely to fail.
Greece should take comfort from Asia's recovery
Asian countries have been watching the Greek crisis unfold with a mixture of envy and schadenfreude. When they experienced their own financial crisis in 1997, they received far less aid, with far harsher conditions. But their recovery was also stronger, suggesting that ever-growing bailouts may not be the best prescription for recovery.