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Global Economic Review publishes scholarly economic research, both theoretical and empirical, on issues of vital concern to businesses, governments, and decision makers in Asia and the world. Particular focus is given to policy oriented research that highlights the dynamics of Korean and East Asian economies and industries. The journal's coverage includes the following subject areas: international trade and finance, comparative economic and industrial studies of emerging markets, issues of corporate, public and global governance, and other economic and business-related issues in Korea and East Asia.

1226-508X (Print); 1744-3873 (Online); 4 issues per year

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PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2010Predicting the Global Crisis Recovery Period: Lessons from the 1997 CrisisJ, Duasa,; N, Ahmad,
2011An Accumulation of International Reserves and External Debt: Evidence from Developing CountriesSiti Nurazira, Mohd Daud,; Jan M., Podivinsky,
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