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Chung, Keunsuk (정근석)

Department
School of Business Administration(경영학부)
Research Interests
International Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, International Capital Flows
Lab
School of Business Administration
Website
http://chungk.unist.ac.kr/
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2019-02Regime switching in the present value models: A backward-solving methodKim, Jan R.; Chung, KeunsukARTICLE171 Regime switching in the present value models: A backward-solving method
2018-05Putting the present value model into practice: a comparison of two alternative approachesKim, Jan R.; Chung, KeunsukARTICLE440 Putting the present value model into practice: a comparison of two alternative approaches
2017-07Inefficient competition in shadow-education investmentChung, Keunsuk; Lee, DongryulARTICLE708 Inefficient competition in shadow-education investment
2016-08The role of house price in the US business cycleKim, Jan R.; Chung, KeunsukARTICLE1160 The role of house price in the US business cycle
2016-06House prices and business cycles: The case of the UKKim, Jan R.; Chung, KeunsukARTICLE848 House prices and business cycles: The case of the UK
2014-12The Changing Relationship between UK Home Prices and RentsChung, Keunsuk; Kim, Jan R.ARTICLE888
2014-11Regime switching and the (in)stability of the price-rent relationship: evidence from the USKim, Jangryoul; Chung, KeunsukARTICLE923 Regime switching and the (in)stability of the price-rent relationship: evidence from the US
2010-06Foreign Debt, Foreign Direct Investment and VolatilityChung, KeunsukARTICLE891 Foreign Debt, Foreign Direct Investment and Volatility
2010-03Foreign debt supply in an imperfect international capital market: Theory and evidenceChung, Keunsuk; Turnovsky, S.J.ARTICLE874 Foreign debt supply in an imperfect international capital market: Theory and evidence
2009-02Foreign capital inflows: direct investment, equity investment, and foreign debtChung, KeunsukARTICLE876 Foreign capital inflows: direct investment, equity investment, and foreign debt

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