Yung Chul Park
Contributions to Fondad publications
- 2006 Global Imbalances and the US Debt Problem: Should Developing Countries Support the US Dollar?
- 2004 Diversity in Development: Reconsidering the Washington Consensus
- 2003 China's Role in Asia and the World Economy: Fostering Stability and Growth
- 2003 Financial Stability and Growth in Emerging Economies: The Role of the Financial Sector
- 2002 A Regional Approach to Financial Crisis Prevention: Lessons from Europe and Initiatives in Asia, Latin America and Africa
- 2001 New Challenges of Crisis Prevention: Addressing Economic Imbalances in the North and Boom-Bust Cycles in the South
- 2000 Reforming the International Financial System: Crisis Prevention and Response
- 1998 Regulatory and Supervisory Challenges in a New Era of Global Finance
Yung Chul Park (1939) is research professor and director of the Center for International Commerce and Finance at the Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University. He currently serves as co-chairman of the Public Fund Oversight Committee of the Korean government.
He was a member of the National Economic Advisory Council (2003-04), ambassador for international economy and trade, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2001-02), and chairman of the board, the Korea Exchange Bank (1999-01).
He previously served as the chief economic adviser to the President of Korea (1987-88), as president of the Korea Development Institute (1986-87), as president of the Korea Institute of Finance (1992-98), and as a member of the Central Bank of Korea’s Monetary Board (1984-86). He also worked for the IMF (1968-74).
He has written and edited several books, including Economic Liberalization and Integration in East Asia (2006), and A New Financial Structure for East Asia (2006).