The ASSA 2018
The 2018 Allied Social Science Association annual meetings will be held in Philadelphia, PA on January 5-7, 2018 (Friday-Sunday). The KAEA will sponsor three sessions, workshop, forum, business meeting, and job fair during these events.AEA Conference Website
Call for Nominations
The KAEA is soliciting nominations for the two awards: the Maekyung-KAEA Economist Award and the KAEA Young Scholar Award. Award Nomination Committee members are professors Sokbae Lee (Chair), Yongcheol Shin, and Donggyu Sul.
Please send your nomination(s) by email together with any supporting materials (CV of the nominee and a paragraph of the reasons for nomination) to the award committee chair: Professor Sokbae Lee at (firstname.lastname@example.org). The nomination deadline is September 6, 2019.
Call for Papers (KAEA-KIET)
Call for papers for the joint KAEA-KIET (산업연구원) Conference
- Date: August 12, 2019
- Theme: 산업구조 변화에 따른 산업통상정책연구
- Venue: KIET, Sejong City, Korea
- Submission Deadline: June 9, 2019
The annual joint conference with the KIET will be held as a one-day conference on August 12, 2019. Please note that the conference venue is at KIET in Sejong City, Korea. We solicit papers from the lifetime KAEA members (or those who have paid the KAEA membership dues for both 2018 and 2019) on the theme “산업구조 변화에 따른 산업통상정책연구,” but we also welcome papers in the general area of industrial organization.
Submission: Submit your completed paper with (i) an abstract of 300-400 words, (ii) 3-5 keywords, and (iii) JEL code(s) on the title page. Abstracts will also be considered, but submissions with completed papers will be given preference. Send submissions to Vice President Hyungsik Moon via email at email@example.com with “Joint KAEA-KIET Conference” in the subject line of the email. All submitted papers will be reviewed by the anonymous referees selected by the KAEA and the KIET. To be considered for inclusion in the conference program, all papers must be submitted by June 9. Acceptance decision will be made by the middle of June, and the authors will be notified by email.
Funding: Each presenter of the accepted paper will be provided travel support up to one million Won.
International Economic Journal
Dear KAEA friends:
Hope you are doing well. This is Sunghyun Kim at Sungkyunkwan University. As a long-time KAEA member, I would like to make an announcement/advertisement regarding an academic journal. I recently took over the International Economic Journal (IEJ) as Editor-in-Chief. This journal is associated with the Korean International Economic Association (KIEA), published by Taylor & Francis. General journal information is available at https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/riej20.
As some of you may know, IEJ has a long-standing relationship with KAEA. The journal used to have two co-editors (one from KIEA and the other from KAEA) and have active participation by the KAEA members as Associate Editors, referees, and authors. I remember that Prof. Sunwoong Kim at Wisconsin-Milwaukee was the last co-editor from KAEA. In the past several years, however, this relationship has disappeared and the journal has basically no submission by the KAEA members.
As a new Editor, I would like to reinstate this relationship and promote a close relationship between IEJ and KAEA. As a first step, I recruited a number of prominent KAEA members as Associate Editors for the Journal. You can find the full list of Editorial Board members on the journal website. Next step is to promote more submissions from the KAEA members. I would personally give close attention to the papers submitted by the KAEA members and provide fast turnaround time. Please note that the paper has to go through regular refereeing process. Currently, KAEA does not have its own academic journal, unlike many other academic associations, and IEJ can be a promising outlet of your papers. I believe that submission by the KAEA members would improve the journal quality as well.
IEJ is currently a Scopus-cited journal and we plan to start the process of getting into SSCI journal list soon. All submission is done through ScholarOne online submission system and it is currently free. Please feel free to ask any questions that you may have and I look forward to continuous and strong relationship between IEJ and KAEA. Thank you.
Sunghyun Henry Kim
International Economic Journal
Call for Papers (KER International Conference)
The Korean Economic Review (KER) International Conference sponsored jointly by the Korea-America Economic Association (KAEA) and the Korean Economic Association (KEA) will be held as follows.
- Date: August 8-9, 2019
- Venue: Sogang University, Seoul, Korea
- Submission Deadline: April 21, 2019 (in US EST)
The KAEA is soliciting a broad range of topics in economics and related areas. The KEA will provide financial support to each presenter of accepted papers to cover the travel expenses (partial or full) up to KRW 1,000,000 and hotel accommodation for three nights.
Please submit your completed paper with an abstract of 200-300 words, including the JEL codes, to Vice President Hyungsik Moon by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Extended abstracts will also be considered, but the submission with a completed paper will have a higher chance of acceptance. All submitted papers will be reviewed by the anonymous referees selected by the KAEA and the KEA. To be considered for inclusion in the conference program, all papers must be submitted by April 21. Acceptance decision should be made by May 10, and the authors will be notified by email. You must be a KAEA lifetime member or have been an annual member for the previous two years (2018 and 2019) to submit a manuscript. Your membership status will be reviewed before an acceptance decision is made and no exceptions will be made regarding the membership policy. Due to the expected high volume of submissions this year, priority will be given to young scholars and those who have not participated in the past two years.
Call for Papers (SEA-KAEA)
The annual meeting of the Southern Economic Association will be held at Fort Lauderdale, FL at the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa, November 23-25, 2019 (Saturday to Monday). The KAEA plans to organize multiple sessions at the SEA conference. At least one session will be focused on the economic issues about South Korea, North Korea, or East Asian Economies. However, papers on more general topics will be welcome as well.
Submit a manuscript or an extended abstract, including JEL codes, by e-mail to the KAEA session organizer, Kyoo il Kim at email@example.com no later than March 18th (Monday). Abstracts of papers, without the full paper, will also be considered but preference will be given to full papers. Acceptance will be notified by March 25th.
If your paper has been accepted, you should submit your final version by October 15th for review by other participants. Submissions from young scholars are strongly encouraged. Submission fees ($35) will be waived as a part of a KAEA session.
For general questions about the conference, please go to the SEA conference website www.southerneconomic.org.
THE 2019 MAEKYUNG-KAEA ECONOMIST AWARD
The KAEA is pleased to announce that Dr. Donggyu Sul (University of Texas at Dallas) is going to receive the 2019 Maekyung-KAEA Economist Award for his professional achievement. The award ceremony will be held during the Annual Meeting of the KAEA at Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, at 6:00 pm, January 5, 2019. Congratulations!
Donggyu Sul is professor of economics at the University of Texas at Dallas since 2009. He was a senior lecturer and then an associate professor at the University of Auckland (2000-09), following his stint as a visiting assistant professor at the Ohio State University (1998-2000) and research economist at Korea University (1992-97). He received his Ph.D. in economics from the Ohio State University in 1992. His primary research area is econometric theory, but he has also made important contributions in the field of international finance. He has published prolifically, including articles in Econometrica and Review of Economic Studies. He is currently a co-editor of International Economic Journal. It is also worth noting his many contributions to the community of Korean economists abroad, including his work as a co-organizer of the Korean Econometric Summer Camp (2012-15) and as the secretary general of KAEA (2011-13).
The KAEA appreciates the Award Nomination Committee (Drs. Doh-Shin Jeon (Chair), Sokbae Lee, Yongcheol Shin) for their valuable service for award nomination this year.