Kyusik Suh is a Director of the International Economic Cooperation Strategy Division at Ministry of Economy and Finance, Korea. He is an expert in the field of international economic cooperation and government financial management.
Since joining the Korean government in 2001, he has served as a government officer in various departments at Ministry of Economy and Finance, Korea. Specifically, he analyzed the cost of various R&D projects, designed the analytical review procedure on Digital Budget & Accounting System in Korea (D-Brain system), and took part in trade negotiations such as Doha Development Agenda and the FTA between European Union and the Republic of Korea. He has also led on fiscal plans for major issues in Korea, including the economic relationship between the two Koreas, social integration, and Green Growth Strategy against global warming.
Director Suh received a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Korea University in Seoul, Korea and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Tokyo, Japan.