Kim Jung-sik is a Professor Emeritus of School of Economics at Yonsei University. He was a Visiting Scholar of Department of Economics at Harvard University and Institute for International Studies at University of Cambridge. He worked as the Dean of the College of Business and Economics and Dean of the Graduate School of Economics at Yonsei University.
He served as Adviser of Bank of Korea, and held the position of Chairman of Committee for Financial Development in Financial Services Commission (FSC) and Chairman of Policy Evaluation Committee of Ministry of Strategy and Finance. He was the President of Korean Economic Association (KEA), Korea International Economic Association (KIEA), President of Korea Social Science Research Council (KOSSREC) and Asia Finance Society.
He has widely published on open macroeconomics, international finance and East Asian financial cooperation. His most recent paper is “Korean Currency Crisis and Capital Flow Reversal: A Supply Side Approach of Currency Crisis”.