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Introduction to Asia EconomicsThis course develops comprehensive understanding of Northeast Asian regions. Especially, it focuses on economy, culture and history in Northeast Asian countries - China, Japan, Russia, and the United States. Introduction to Economics 2This course introduces economic issues and economic thinking. Compared to Introductory Economics 1, it mainly deals with macroeconomic data, economic growth, money and inflation, open economies, economic fluctuations, and so forth. The main objective of the class is to prepare the students for ensuing courses of theoretical, empirical, and regional studies.
Introduction to Economics 1This Introductory Economics courses, students will be equipped with 1) the ability to logically answer questions about the world; 2) new perspectives on making economic decisions; and 3) better understanding of benefits and costs of public policies. This course, Introductory Economics I, will deal with behaviors and decisions made by consumers, firms, and the public sector.Self - Design Seminar Ⅱ
Self - Design Seminar IKorean Society and CultureThis course analyses social and cultural factors that are required to understand the Korean economy. Understand the structure and characteristics of the interactions between economy and society-culture.
Elementary Korean ConversationIntroduction to Korean
Korean Reading and Writing (1),Chinese EconomyThis course studies the development, the current status and characteristics of Chinese economy throughout the Chinese reform and opening up process. It will allow students to understand Chinese economy, its perspectives and its position in the world economy.
 Introduction to Northeast Asian CommerceBased on the understanding of international economic organization and trade policy, this course will examine the international trade relations centering on Northeast Asia such as Korea-US, China, Russia, and Japan trade relations, I am trying to understand the theory and practice.
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Macroeconomic TheoryThis course studies the determinants and interactive structures of the macroeconomic variables such as national income, consumption, price, and employment. After analyzing the partial equilibrium models in the product, money, labor, and capital markets, develops the general equilibrium model in the marketMicroeconomic TheoryThis course studies consumer and producer theories, and analyzes how an economic agent makes an optimal decision. Reviews various forms of market equilibriums in the perfectly competitive, monopolistic, and oligopolistic markets. Analyzes and predicts the effects of economic policies in the perspectives of the market and industry.
Theory of International TradeThis course provides the theoretical tools to analyze what determines the flow of goods and factors across countries. It also aims to enables students to understand and interpret the issues related with trade policies.Statistics for EconomicsThis course studies mathematical and statistical methods and applications to analyze economic issues using economic theory. A successful student will develop economic intuition and analytical ability to understand the real-world economy, and acquire basic statistical knowledge in the international commerce.
Japanese EconomyThis course studies the driving force of Japanese economic growth after the second World War, and makes a historical overview on bubble economy in 1990s. This allows students to understand the development of Japanese economy and derive the implications for the future. History of Korean EconomyThis course studies the development of the Korean economy since independence, focusing on the 5-year development plans in the 1960s, the East Asia financial crisis in 1997, and the global financial crisis in 2008. Understands the current situation of the Korean economy and discusses policy implication for the future.
Russian EconomyThis course studies transition of Russia toward the market economy. Discusses economic policies to reform the Russian economy and related political and social challenges.Intermediate Korean Conversation
U.S. EconomyThis course is designed for the sophomore students with background in economic principles. This course will enable students to understand the U.S. economy from the context of economic theory as well as history, politics and institutional aspects. Each economic issue will be examined with theoretical analysis and will be then considered in a historical evolutionary context and finally will be discussed and concluded with alternative economic policies.Korean Reading and Writing (2)
Korea-China Economic RelationsThis course compares the history of economic development in Korea and China, and focuses on economic relations after Chinese reform and opening up. It also overviews historical background of Korea-China economic relations, and examines change in economic relations after establishment of diplomatic ties. The students will be able to derive implications on our strategy in response to remarkable growth of Chinese economy.  
Introduction to EconometricsAn advanced course of economic statistics. Studies statistical methods and statistical packages to analyze data in economics and commerce. Course topics include ordinary linear regressions, maximum likelihood estimations, and time series analyses.  
U.S.-China Economic RelationsU.S. been a super-power and its leading role in the world's politics, economy and cultures has shaped the international affairs that we see today. China is a new rising power and its impact on the world affairs is slowing growing. These G2 countries are now facing new challenges since the global financial crisis that will shape the future of the world. So, it is essential to understand and study these two countries in depth to see their roles and relations in the coming economic changes. 
Asian Economic DevelopmentAsian Economy Development focuses on the economic development experiences and relationships among Asian countries. The importance of Asian countries in the world economy has been continuously growing since past few decades. Asian countries, not only the East Asian countries including Korea, China and Japan, but also Indonesia or Vietnam, play the leading role in the Asian economy. Asian Economy Development course will enhance understanding of how these countries have been developing and also many complex and intricate aspects of economic situations involving these countries. 
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Korean International Economic RelationsThis course reviews Korea’s international economic relations, focusing on the relations with the USA, Japan, and China. Analyzes the characteristics and problems in the economic relations with each country, and discusses policy implication. 
Economic Growth of South KoreaSince the 1950-1953 Korean War, South Korea has experienced a rapid economic growth. Through this course, we examine: 1) the historical overview of facts on Korean economic growth after the Korean War; 2) factors that potentially influenced growth; 3) economic growth models and apply the models to Korean growth experience; and 4) potential growth-enhancing and growth-deterring forces on future growth path of Korean economy. 
Korean EconomyThis course studies and reviews recent challenges and current issues in the Korean economy. Analyzes the changes in the business environment after the 1997 financial crisis, and predicts the future of the Korean economy using various data analyses.  
Theory of International FinanceThis course studies topics of international finance and open economies in the framework of macroeconomic theories. Topics will cover exchange rate determination, open economy macro models, national accounts and exchange rate regimes. Students will understand how natinoal economies interact in the world and how international macroeconomic policies affect the countries around the world. 
Korea-Japan Economic RelationsThis course compares the economic development in Korea and Japan. It also attempts to make a historical overview on Korea-Japan economic relations, focusing on the periods after 1980s. The course aims to derive our strategy in response to the change in Japanese economy.  
Korea-Russia Economic RelationsThis course is aimed at identification and then exploration of the key fields of economic cooperation between Russia and Korea. This course examines macroeconomic trends of Russian economy and long-term policy directions, and then based on this understanding, we will study how economic cooperation between Russia and Korea has developed in various fields including trade and investment. 
Korea-U.S. Economic RelationsThe course will analyze the trade relations between Korea and the U.S. This course is mainly designed for the U.S. trade and commerce major juniors and seniors at the School of Northeast Asian Studies. The first part of the course will introduce and discuss the instruments of trade policy, the political economy of trade policy and the controversies in trade policy.This will enhance the understanding of trade policy from the theoretical perspectives. The second part of the course will cover the history of the U.S. trade policy. This section will help student students to understand how the U.S. trade policies were formed and have changed over the years. The third part of the course will cover the decision making process and systems of the U.S. trade policy measures. The last part of the course will deal with the Korea-U.S. trade relations. 
Special Topics on Chinese EconomyThis course is mainly designed for the SONAS senior students. This course will cover major Chinese economic issues to help and prepare senior students to choose thesis topics and prepare to write thesis proposals. 
Global StrategyThe course will be taught in English for the purpose of understanding basic concepts and strategies of corporate management in response to a rapidly changing business environment in the global era. 
Special Lecture on Northeast Asian EconomicsThis subject studies on the economy of Northeast Asian Countries, for exemple Korea, Japan, Russia and U.S.A. Especially these countries have achieved brilliant economic performances during the decades. Furthermore there are a lot of possibilities among these countries in spite of the fact that they have still some problems in the side of political, social and cultural security. Students can obtain the information and knowledge about Nottheast Asian countries` economy and commerce through this subject. 
Seminar on start upIn the era of the 4th industrial revolution and 100 life years, letting the young generations experience the start-up so that they are prepared for the multi- jobs and professions. 
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Seminar on Korean EconomyThis is a seminar course for helping the students of "Korean Trade and Commerce Major" write bachelor thesis. In this course presentations and discussions for the purpose of writing thesis based on their learning main major courses are made together with lectures about how to write thesis.Special Topics on Korean EconomyThis course discusses current issues in the Korean economy, such as economic growth, development, economic planning, balance of payments, trade policy, fiscal policy, and financial policy.
Special Topics on Russian EconomyThis course is mainly designed for the SONAS senior students. This course will cover major Russian economic issues to help and prepare senior students to choose thesis topics and prepare to write thesis proposals. 
Special Topics on U.S. EconomyThe course will analyze the trade relations between Korea and the U.S. course is mainly designed for the SONAS senior students. This course will cover major U.S. economic issues to help and prepare senior students to choose thesis topics and prepare to write thesis proposals 
Special Topics on Japanese EconomyThis course is mainly designed for the SONAS senior students. This course will cover major Japanese economic issues to help and prepare senior students to choose thesis topics and prepare to write thesis proposals. 
Northeast Asian Economic IntegrationThe world economy observes two conflicted movements, multilateralism with WTO and regionalism with regional blocks. Under this circumstances, Northeast Asian countries have concentrated efforts to organize regional union. This course studies the current movement of regional integration and its future in Northeast Asia.  
Korean Firms and Industry