Sung-Kyu Lee is a Professor at the Department of International Trade at Andong National University in Korea. He obtained his PhD degree in Economics from the University of Southampton, U.K. He was a Fiscal Policy Analyst, National Assembly Budget Office. He has been a chief editor of Review of Institution and Economics published by Korea Institution and Economics Association and also a chief editor of Korean Journal of Public Choice Economics issued by Korea Center for Public Choice Study. He is a Director of Korea Center for Public Choice Study and a Director of Mancur Olson Institute. He is also an Editorial Board member of the Journal of Contemporary Management in Canada. His main research field is public finance, public choice, development economics, and institutional economics. He is the author of Theory of International Trade (in Korean), International Trade and Strategic Trade Policy (in English), Political Economy of Tax Policy and International Taxation (in English), and Essays on Probabilistic Voting, Policy and Campaigning (in English). Receently, he published a paper of “The impact of agricultural package programs on farm productivity in Tigray, Ethiopia: Panel data estimation” along with Araya Teka in Cogent Economics & Finance (2019).