In the highly competitive Korean market, policy makers need to adjust performance indicators and incentives to encourage banks to increase technology financing.
Taiki Lee has been a research fellow in the International & Macroeconomic Finance Division since 2008. His main field of interest is international finance. In particular, he has been researching the behavior of foreign investors in the capital market and the domestic and international linkages of Korean financial markets. Before joining KIF, he worked at the Bank of Korea from 1998 to 2008 as an economist, mostly in departments related to financial markets. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Chicago.