Chung, Jin-Young

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Contact Information
• Office: Room 413, International Studies Building
• Phone: 031-201-2366
• E-mail: jychung@khu.ac.kr
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Areas of Expertise
Research Interests
• Political Economy Of Global Finance, Political Economy Of Development, Global Governance, Korean Political Economy
Courses Taught
•International Political Economy, Comparative Political Economy,Global Finance and International Politics
 
Education
• Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1990
• M.A. in Political Science, Kent State University, 1985
• M.A. in Political Science, Seoul National University, 1983
• B.A. in Political Science, Seoul National University, 1981
 
Professional Experience
•  2009 – Present: Vice President, Korean Association of Political Science
•  2007 – Present: Board of Editors, Korea Journal of International Studies (KAIS)
•  2002 – present: Board of Editors, Korea and World Politics
•  2004: Research Director, Korean Association of International Studies (KAIS)
• January 2002-2005: Auditor, Korean Social Science Research Council
•  2001: Editor-in-Chief, Korea Journal of International Studies
• 2000: Executive Director, Korean Political Science Association (KPSA)
• 1998: Research Director, Korean Association of Global Area Studies Academic Positions
• May. 2012- Present:Office of Academic Affairs, Kyung Hee University Dean
• Mar. 2010- Present: Graduate School of Pan-Pacific International Studies, Kyung Hee University Dean
• Jan. 2009- Present: College of Management and International Studies, Kyung Hee University
Dean
• Jan. 2007- PresentSchool of International Studies, Kyung Hee University Dean
• Mar. 1999- Present:  Professor, Center for International and Security Studies, University of Maryland
• Sept. 2005- Aug. 2006: Fulbright Visiting Scholar
•Jan. 2012- Feb. 1999:  The Sejong Institute Research Fellow
• Mar. 1991- Dec. 1991: Korea Development Institute Research Fellow
 
Selected Publications
• “Gaehwa versus Wijeongchuuksa as Trade Ideas: Beyond the Philosophical Debate,” 21st Century Political Science Review, Vol.18 No. 1 (2008).

• “Regional Trade Agreements and Their Security Externalities: A Case of Korea-U.S. FTA,” Defense Review Vol.50 No.1 (2007).

• “WTO1s National Treatment Principle and the State1s Regulatory Sovereignty: With Reference to the Cases of Alcoholic Beverage Dispute, “Korean Journal of International Studies, Vol. 46 No.2 (2006).

• “The Political Economy of Regional Monetary Integration: Theory and the Case of East Asia,” New Asia, Vol.13, No.2 (2006).

• “South Korea1s Turn to Regionalism and Its Implications for East Asian Economic Cooperation,” in The Emerging East Asian Community: Security and Economic Issues ed. By Lee Poh Ping et al. Bangi, Malaysia: Penerbit UKM, 2006.

• Liberalism: Market and Politics. Seoul: Bookie, 2006. (co-edited with Han-won Kim).

• “South Korea and East Asian Regionalism: Which Path Ahead?,” Paper presented at International Studies Association 46th Annual Convention, March 1-5, 2005, Honolulu, Hawaii.

• “Market Opening, Structural Adjustment, and the Political Economy of Social compensation: The Case of Korean Trade Politics,” Korea Journal of International Studies, Vol.44 No.4 (Winter 2004).

• “From Periphery to Center?: South Korea1s External Strategy for Northeast Asian Economic Hub” Korea and World Affairs, Vol2. No.1 (Spring 2004).

• “Trade and Models of Political Economy: Historical Experience of Small European States and Korea,” Han Won Kim ed. The Road to Market Economy. Seoul: FKI Media, 2004.

• “Liberal Theory of International Political Economy” in Woo & Park ed. Contemporary Theories of International Relations and Korea. Seoul: Sahoepyongron: 2004.

• Koreans1 Perception of the USA and ROK-U.S. Alliance,” Paper presented at the international conference organized by the Nihon University, November 2003.

• “Endogenous Intervention and the Efficiency of Economic Order,” Journal of Institution Research, Vol.5 (September 2003).

• “Cost Sharing for the USFK: Whither ROK-US Alliance?” Calibrating U.S.-ROK Allianceedited by D. Broose, Jr. et al. Washington, DC: Strategic Studies Institute, 2003.[in English]

• “Economic Crisis and National Security in South Korea: Another 1Blessing in Disguise1?” KNDU Review, Vol.7 No.2.(December 2002).[in English]

• “Globalization and East Asia: Challenges to Governance and Its Developmental Future,” East Asian – Review, Vol.14 No.4 (Winter 2002). [in English]

• “Globalization, Regionalization, and Korea1s Response: Beyond the Developmental State Model,” Paper presented at the National Strategy Forum, The Sejong Institute. October 2002.

• “Inter-Korean Economic Exchange and Cooperation:Trojan Horse or Hostage?” National Management Strategy, Vol2 No.1 (August 2002)

• “Globalization and South Korea: Challenges, Perceptions, and Responses,”Paper presented at the biennial conference of the Association of Asian Social Science Research Councils, Hanoi, Vietnam, November 12-16, 2001.

• “The Current State of Theoretical Debates on International Relations: Toward a New Synthesis,” Korean Journal of International Relations, Vol. 40 No.3 (2000)

• “Debating East Asia1s Currency and Financial Crisis and Its Developmental Future,” Korea and World Politics Vol.16 No.2 (October 2000)

• “WTO and Regionalism: the Current State, Problems, and Directions for Improvement,” Policy Paper 2000-09, The Sejong Institute.

• “Challenges to the International Status of theUS Dollar and American Response: Can the Dollar1s Hegemony be Maintained?” M. S. Kang et al., Dollar, Euro, and Yen. Thje Sejong Institute, 2000.

• “Douglas North1s Institutional Political Economy: Transaction Costs, institutions, and the Economic Rise and Fall,” Chung-si Ahn and Jin-Young Chung ed. Contemporary Theorists of Political Economy. Seoul: Acanet, 2000.

• “The Expansion of Neoliberalism and the Future of International Economic Order,” Research Group of International Political Economy, The Heritages of the 20th Century. Seoul: Sahowpyongron, 2000.

• “The Logic of the Responses to Foreign Exchange Crisis: What1s Happening?” Economy and Society (Spring 2000)

• “NAFTA and the Political Economy of North American Regional Integration,” Social Science Research, No.7 (1999)

• “The Structure and Strategy of Foreign Debt Negotiations: Theory and the Case of Korea,” Journal of International Political Economy Vol.2 (1998)

• “ROK-U.S. Trade Conflicts and Negotiations, 1981-96: Characteristics and Results,” paper presented at the conference organized by the Korean Political Science Association, September 1998.

• “Global Finance and Democracy: Can They Coexist?” Quarterly Sasang (Summer 1998)

• “Most-Favored Nation Principle and Reciprocity: Contradictory and Complementary?” International and Area Studies. (Summer 1997)

• “Reciprocity and International Cooperation: The Case of International Trade,” National Strategy Vol.3 No.2 (Autumn 1997)

• “International Capital Mobility, State Policy Autonomy, and International Cooperation,” Korea Journal of International Studies Vol.36 No.3(1997)

• “ROK-U.S. Intellectual Property Rights Negotiations,1985-1986,” Yoo ed., Korea1s Trade Negotiations. Sungnam: The Sejong Institute, 1997.

• “GATT/WTO and Korea1s Economic Diplomacy,” Yoon ed., International Organizations and Korea. Seoul: Mineumsa, 1996.

• “The Eagle, the Goose, and the Dragon: Cagemates in the Asia-Pacific Trade Order?,” J. Pollack and H. Kim ed., East Asia1s Potential for Instability and Crisis. Santa Monica: RAND, 1995.