SOE Research center undertakes policy research related to public agency operations such as management,
operation, governance, labor-management relations, privatization and pricing policy,
in addition to research on public agency evaluation.
The SOE policy-makers of Latin American and the Caribbean(LAC) Countries, Ministry of Strategy and Finance (MOSF) of Korea, and Inter-American Development Bank(IDB), met on 5-7 November 2013 in Seoul, Korea to share SOE reform experiences and devise more developed systems.
Under the 1st SOE Policy Conference's theme of SOE Governance, Performance, and the Best Reform Practices, we discussed SOE policy and reform strategies.
We recognized the fact while SOEs have contributed significantly to the national economic development and national welfare improvement, they also carry potential risk factors. SOEs have played a pivotal role in developing the nation's economy and providing indispensable services to the people in the initial stage of national development when there was a lack of resources. On excessive debts of SOEs, polititcal intervention, lax management and other inefficiencies can ultimately be shifted to the public. We share the understanding that unless a proper measure is taken to address the potential risk factors, it can interrupt nation's economic momentum and deteriorate national welfare.
we will discuss about management policy for oversight of national SOEs, Also, it going to deal with ownership
in this session the main topic will be a business performance evaluation system and share the national experiences with participating counteries.
will discuss the national policy direction toward market regulation and private sectorparticipation.
Regular forums with experts, public officials and professionals in fields related to SOEs, operating brain pool system Network with the international organizations such as OECD, hosting international Symposium
This session is going to be about SOE debt and fiscal risk, We will exchange views about dealing with the debt management and accountability issues.
We will discuss the role of Congress and the Executive in the control and transparency systems.