Jeong-bin Im

Jeong-bin Im

Jeong-Bin Im is Professor of Department of Agricultural Eonomics and Rural Development in College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Seoul National University. Professor Im holds Ph. D. in Agricultural and Resources Economics from the University of Maryland at College Park (U.S.A) after having M.A and B.A. from Seoul National University.

His academic research and publication covers a wide range of agricultural policy and trade topics such as agricultural direct payment program, WTO and Free Trade Agreement(FTA) issues. He is contributing to many academic journals, as editorial board member for Journal of Korean Agricultural Policy, Journal of Korean Livestock Management and as Editor-in-chief for Journal of Korean Agricultural Economics.

In addition, he has advised several developing country governments, international organizations as well as various Korean ministries on agricultural policy and trade issues. Professor Im is currently working, among others, as Chair for Evaluation of FTA Compensation System Forum and Chair for Dietary Education Forum, and served as a Member of Presidential Committee on Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Policy.

Join FFTC-AP since 2013

Latest Submission from Korea

前言 韓國農業食品與鄉村事務部(Korean Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, MAFRA)於2018年1月29日發表2018年的年度工作計畫,此工作計畫為MAFRA 2018年須執行的核心項目。MAFRA 2018年工作計畫主要目標為增加農牧業部門的就業機會和擴展農民收入安全網。同時,MAFRA將透過對生產階段各個安全和環境因素的全面管理,來強化提供健康且安全的農糧食品的能力。為了達成這些目標,MAFRA在2018年執行的三項核心項目為: 1. 穩定農產品價格和擴展農民收入安全網 首先,...
Country: Korea Topic: Production policy
Smart Farm Policy in Korea[1] Promotion process of smart farm policy The Smart Farm government policy started with the rapid opening of the oversea market opening with trading economies such as the US and the EU and the greenhouse aging has progressed rapidly. In the agricultural sector,...
History of Agricultural Policy Study In Korea, agricultural policy research has been conducted by public research institutes since the establishment of Agricultural Management Research Center (AMRC) under the Rural Development Administration (RDA) in 1967. This was the first research center for...
INTRODUCTION Social farming has emerged as an innovative approach to address social needs by adopting a view of multifunctional agriculture. Despite its appearance from the grassroots as early as in the 13th century, it is not yet a well-established or organized system. Social farming refers to...
Country: Korea Topic: Others
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