Kim, Chanwahn
Chief Researcher,
Institute of South Asian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
  Dr. Chanwahn Kim is the chief researcher in the Institute of South Asian Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Korea. He is also a lecturer, teaching at the department of Indian studies in the same university. He was awarded the Ph. D. degreed on political economy by the University of Delhi in India. Having specialized in South Asian studies in general and Indian area studies in particular, he has published many articles on these subjects. He is a co-author of several books such as India Shock and the author of Ten Years of Economic Reforms in India: Achievements and the Tasks Ahead, and Economic Liberalization and India’s Foreign Policy. The first one deals with some of critical issues and the tasks ahead related with the reforms in India, and the second one aims to understand and to delineate the patterns and shifts in India’s foreign economic policy during the reform period underlining the varied global, regional and national compulsions.

As a specialist in Indian development issues, Dr Chanwahn has conducted several India field trips for various subjects and provided India strategy recommendations for some Korean MNCs. He serves on the editorial boards of several journals related to South Asia and India. He has delivered several special lectures on Indian economic development for many departments and institutes of the Korean government and many companies such as Samsung, LG, POSCO, etc.

Asia India I: Rapid Growth of the Service Sector  [speaker]