Jaehan Cho joined the Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade in 2014 and is currently a research fellow of the Center for Global Industrial Strategies. He served as a researcher at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis in 2013. He has published articles and reports on international economics, development, and global value chains. He received a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in Economics from Korea University, and a doctorate in Economics from Arizona State University.
Manufacturing digitalization promises to transform how products are designed, fabricated, used, and serviced, but more needs to be done to facilitate the uptake of digital technologies by manufacturers in the United States, Korea, and beyond.