Korea’s response to COVID-19, heralded as one of the most successful in the world, offers a good example on how to build a resilient health system.

Huihui Wang, Patricio V. Marquez, Inuk Hwang |

Given that multinational corporations are increasingly influential, governments may need to reassess trade policies and domestic labor market policies. This study investigates the impacts of the…

JaeBin Ahn, Jaerim Choi, Sunghoon Chung |

The alarming levels of learning loss from school closures during COVID are higher for poorer countries than for rich ones. The same pattern is true also at the country level—the wealthier do…

Noah Yarrow, Hayeon Kim, Tobias Pfutze |

eGovFrame integrates all of the government’s information systems, eliminating duplication, lowering costs and increasing efficiency, while innovating, improving, and encouraging open collaboration…

Jin-Won Choi, Youngseok Kim |

Digital technology though a source of emissions, offer solutions to the climate crisis.

Zaki Khoury, Jisoo Lee |

Developing countries can take advantage of the metaverse by using immersive technologies in education and training.

Randeep Sudan, Oleg Petrov, Garima Gupta |

Powered by AI, countries can have incredible potential to solve complex development challenges and expand access to innovative services.

Zaki Khoury, Yulia Lesnichaya |

Learning from Korea’s experience monitoring drug and vaccine safety

Huihui Wang, Patricio V. Marquez, Albert Figueras |

With EdTech models gaining traction among learners, there is a huge potential to leverage innovative digital platforms and business models to improve the access, relevance, and quality of…

Anselm Dannecker, Iain Bain, Neil Butcher |

Korea’s remarkable journey is an inspirational example to many developing countries, and worth emulating.

Manuela V. Ferro, Akihiko Nishio |