Sang-Kun Bae

Korea Economic Research Institute

Research Fellow

FKI bldg. 28-1

Yoido Yongdungpo

Seoul , 150-756

Korea, Republic of (South Korea)

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SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Government vs. Private Control, Political Loans, and the Privatization of Korean Banks

Number of pages: 29 Posted: 07 Sep 2003
Jaewook An, Sang-Kun Bae and Ronald A. Ratti
Kyung-Hee University - Department of Economics, Korea Economic Research Institute and Western Sydney University - Department of Economics & Finance
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Credible Monetary Policy When Output is Persistent: Exchange Rate and Nominal Income Targeting

Number of pages: 30 Posted: 19 Jan 2004
Sang-Kun Bae and Ronald A. Ratti
Korea Economic Research Institute and Western Sydney University - Department of Economics & Finance
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State-contingent rules, Exchange rate target, Nominal income target

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Political Influence and the Banking Sector: Evidence from Korea

Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 69, No. 1, pp. 75-98, February 2007
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 07 Feb 2007
Jaewook An, Sang-Kun Bae and Ronald A. Ratti
Kyung-Hee University - Department of Economics, Korea Economic Research Institute and Western Sydney University - Department of Economics & Finance
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Conservative Central Banks and Nominal Growth, Exchange Rate and Inflation Targets

Economica, Vol. 75, Issue 299, pp. 549-568, August 2008
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 17 Jul 2008
Sang-Kun Bae and Ronald A. Ratti
Korea Economic Research Institute and Western Sydney University - Department of Economics & Finance
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Long-Run Neutrality, High Inflation, and Bank Insolvencies in Argentina and Brazil

Posted: 07 Dec 2000
Sang-Kun Bae and Ronald A. Ratti
Korea Economic Research Institute and Western Sydney University - Department of Economics & Finance

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long-run neutrality, inflation crises, bank insolvencies