|Areas of Expertise|
• Comparative Political Economy (East Asia and Latin America), International Political Economy, Korean Politics, Transitional Justice
• Global Agenda, International Political Economy, Introduction to Social Science Research
|• Ph.D. in Political Science, Harvard University, 1990
• MA in Political Science, Seoul National University, 1982
• BA in Political Science, Seoul National University, 1977
|Full time appointments
• Dec. 2009 – Dec. 2010: President (Ministerial Position), Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Republic of Korea
• Dec. 2005 – Nov. 2009: Standing Commissioner (Vice-Ministerial Position), Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Republic of Korea
• Jan. 2003 – Dec. 2003: Fulbright Visiting Professor, School of International Service, American University
• Jan. 1998 – present: Appointment with tenure (on leave Dec. 2005-Dec. 2010), Graduate School of Pan-Pacific International Studies, Kyung Hee University, Korea, Associate and Full Professor (Associate Dean, Jan. 2000; Jun. 2002)
• Mar. 1994 – Dec. 1997: Appointment with tenure, Department of International Relations, Kyung Hee University, Korea, Assistant Professor
• Mar. 1991 – Feb. 1994: Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University, Assistant Professor Other appointments
• Mar. 2011 – Feb. 2012: Director, Institute of International Studies, Kyung Hee University
• Mar. 2011 – Feb. 2012: Co-Chair, Citizens United for Better Society (a civic organization) • Jan. 2010 – Dec. 2011: President, Latin American Studies Association of Korea
• Mar. 2002 – present: President, Institute for Market Economy and Democracy
• Mar. 2002 – Nov. 2002: Secretary General, Citizens United for Better Society(a civic organization)
• Jul. 2002 – Present: Honorary Editorialist, Seoul Sinmun (daily newspaper)
• Jun. 1995 – Feb. 1998: Part-Time Editorialist, Hankook Ilbo (daily newspaper)Major Professional Association Activities
• Korean Political Science Association (Vice-President twice)
• Korean Association of International Studies
• Latin American Studies Association of Korea (President: Jan. 2010 – Dec. 2011)
• Korean Area Studies Association (formerly Korean Council on Area Studies)
| Articles in Academic Journal
• “The Korean Decision: A Cognitive Process Analysis.” The Korean Journal of Security Affairs 16, No. 2 (December 2011): 5-38. [in English]
• “The Effects of Voluntary Export Restraints: The Case of Japanese Automobile Exports.” Journal of Management and International Studies 17 (December 2011): 61-82. [in English]
• “Populism in Latin America: A Genetic Reinterpretation.” Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies 13 (December 2005): 75-100.
• “Internal Disunity and External Bargaining Leverage: A Case Study of the Unified Europe’s Agricultural Trade Negotiation in the Uruguay Round.” European Studies, No.16(Winter 2002):195-222.
• “What Brings a Favorable Negotiated Outcome? A Case Study of Brazil’s External Debt Rescheduling Negotiations.” Asian Journal of Latin American Studies 15,no.2 (2002): 101-148.
• “The Changing Nature of Security in the Globalized World: New Threats from Transnational Terrorism.” Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies 9, no. 2 (2002): 142-157.
• “Dongbeiya diqude huanjinghezuo [Environmental Cooperation in Northeast Asia].”Guojizengziyenjiu [Studies in International Politics](Peking University), no. 72(1999). [in Chinese]
• “Environmental Cooperation in Northeast Asia.” Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies 5(1998): 297-308. [in English]
• “Explaining the Collapse of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism in 1992: Increased International Capital Mobility and the Limits of the National Policy Autonomy.” Journal of Social Science 12(December 1998): 167-92.
• “Politics of Structural Reforms in Post-Financial Crisis Korea.” Social Science Review 11(1998): 197-215.
• “Democratization and Economic Management: Latin American Comparative Perspective.” The Korean Journal of Area Studies 11(1997): 41-86.[in English]
• “From National Security Doctrine to Social Security Doctrine: The End of the Cold-War and the Ideological Change of the Brazilian Military.” Latin American Research Review 10, no.1(1997): 5-29.
• “Democratization and Economic Reforms in Argentina: With Special Reference to the Changing Ruling Coalition.” Latin American Research Review 8, no.1 (1995): 105-38.
• “Reforms and Social Position of the Korean Military.” Journal of Social Science 8(December 1994). • “The Past Begins Again: The Legacy of the Military Rule in Latin America.” Quarterly Thought (Fall 1994): 9-48.
• “Political Economy of Class Compromise: Democratic Capitalism of the Post-war Western Europe.” Quarterly Thought (Spring 1994): 11-39. Co-authored with Ho-Keun Song and Hoon Jaung.
• “The Argentine Civilian Government and the Military.” Ibero-American Studies 4(December 1993): 49-71.
• “Demilitarization in Latin America.” Quarterly Critique 2(Winter 1993): 152-66. • “Liberalism, Social Democracy, and Fascism: The Historical Origins of the European Politico-Economic Regimes of the 1930s.” Quarterly Thought (Summer 1993): 205-41.
• “Limits of State Autonomy in a Bureaucratic Authoritarian Regime: The Case of Agrarian Reform in Military Brazil.” Korean Political Science Review 26, no.2(1993): 269-90.
• “Fiscal Crisis and Inflation in Populist Brazil.” Korean Review of International Studies 32, no.1 (1992): 143-59.
• “Economic Stabilization in Brazil: Political Economy of Perpetual Failure.” Ibero-American Studies 2(1991): 31-75
. • “The Dynamics of the ‘Innovation’ and ‘Creative Destruction’: Social Economy of Schumpeter’s ‘Plausible Capitalism’.” Social Critique 6 (1991): 94-119. Books and Chapters
• “The Countryside.” In The Park Chung-Hee Era: Transformation of South Korea. Edited by Byung-Kook Kim and Ezra F. Vogel. Pp. 345-372. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2011.[in English]
• We Glean Hopes from Failures: The Hope for Korea Project. Seoul: Golden Bough, 2005. Co-authored with Se-Hoon Oh et al.
• The Vision and Tasks for an Upright Korea. Seoul: Nanam Publishing, 2002. Co-authored.
• “Schumpeter’s View of Capitalism and Democracy.” In Leading Theorists of Modern Political Economy. Edited by Chung-si Ahn and Jin-young Chung. Pp.217-52. Seoul: Arknet, 2000.
• “Korea-Brazil Cooperation in the International Society.” In Korea-Brazil Cooperation: Vision for the 21st Century. Edited by Wonho Kim. Pp. 27-75. Seoul: KIEP, 1999.
• “The Rise and Fall of Kim Young Sam’s Embedded Reformism.” In Institutional Reform and Democratic Consolidation in Korea. Edited by Larry Diamond and Doh C. Shin. Pp.97-125.Stanford: Hoover Institution Press,1999. [in English]
• “The Role of the State in Singaporean Globalization.” In Asia and Globalization: Responses of the East Asian States. Edited by Sejong Institute. Pp.347-75. Seongnam: Sejong Institute, 1998.
• “Dilemmas of Kim Young Sam’s Reform Politics.” In Korean Society and Democracy: Assessment and Prospects of the Ten Years of Democratization. Edited by Jang-Jip Choi and Hyun-chin Lim. Pp.359-86. Seoul: Nanam, 1997.
• “Between Athens and 1984: Information Technology and Democracy.” In Tech no-Trends: Diffusion of Information Technology and Social Change. Edited by Information Society Institute and Samsung Economic Research Institute. Pp.43-70. Seoul: Samsung Economic Research Institute, 1997.
• “Korean Authority Structure and Leadership in the Age of Globalization.” In Globalization and Korea’s Path. Edited by the Academy of Korean Studies. Pp.137-58. Seongnam: The Academy of Korean Studies, 1996.
• “North Korea’s Relationship with Latin America.” Foreign Policy of North Korea. Edited by Sung-Chul Yang and Sung-Hak Kang. Pp.379-400. Seoul: Seoul Press, 1995.
• “Responses of the Small European States to Globalization. In National Development Strategies for the Age of Globalization. Edited by Chin-Yung Chung. Pp.409-40. Seongnam: Sejong Institute,1995.
• “The Economics of Democratic Government: Institutional Implications of the Public Choice Theories.” In Beyond the State and War: Changing International Environment and Korean Politics. Pp.91-107. Seoul: Bupmunsa, 1994.
• “Capitalist Development and Democratic Democracy: Argentina and Brazil.” In Korean Politics and Economy of the 21st Century: Comparisons with Latin America, Japan, and Europe. Pp.261-306. Seoul: Korean Politics Institute of Seoul National University and the Korean Economy Institute of Korean Chamber of Commerce, 1992.
• “Research Agenda of Comparative Political Economy.” In Theories and Practices of Political Economy. Edited by Korean Political Economy Association. Pp.17-38. Seoul: Bupmunsa,1992.
• “Economic Effects of Democratization in Latin America: Argentina and Brazil.” In Challenges of New World Order and Korean Politics. Edited by Korean Political Science Association. Pp.165-86.Seoul: KPSA,1991
.Research Grant and Project Reports
• “An Analysis of the Military Armistice Conference Minutes on the Korean War Time Civilian Abductees.” The Korean War Abductee Family Union. September, 2011.
• “Policy Directions of Korea’s ODA Toward Latin America.” December, 2005.
• “Reclaiming Hegemony: US in East Asia.” Research report, Kyung Hee University, July 31,1999.[in English]
• “Increased International Capital Mobility and the Limits and Possibilities of National Macroeconomic Management: Lessons from Mexico.” Research report, Kyung Hee University, June 30
• “Crisis of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) in 1992: Economic Integration and Limits of Autonomous National Policy.” Hanhwa Economic Research Institute, Research Series No. 98-01, June 1998.
• “Increased Interdependence and the Limits of State Autonomy: International Capital Mobility and the Disturbance of the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM).” Research Report, Kyung Hee University, April, 1996.
• “Successful Reforms and Failed Reforms: Lessons for Korea.”Joint research with Hyun-Chin Lim, Ho-Keun Song, Jang-Kwon Kim, and Seung-Kwon Chin. Seoul: Center for Social Development, Seoul National University, April, 1996. Research commissioned by the Ministry of Public Information.
• “Social Democratization in Latin America.” Research Report, Institute for Social Research, HallimUniversity, December, 1995. Part of the second year report on Social Democratization, a special 3-year research project funded by the Ministry of Education.
• “Reform Democracy and the Future of Korea.” Joint research with Hyung-Chin Lim, Kyung-ryung Seong, Ho-keun Song, and Jin-YungChung. Seoul: Center for Social Development, Seoul National University, December 1995. Research commissioned by the Ministry of Public Information.
• “Intermediate Groups and Social Democratization in Korea.” Research Report, Institute for Social Research, Hallim University, December, 1994. Part of the first year report on Social Democratization, a special 3-year research project funded by the Ministry of Education.
• “National Vision for the 21st Century Korea.” Joint Research with Suk-Joon Kim, Hyo-Keun Kim, Duk-Joong Kim, Keunwon Song, and Sookja Shin commissioned by the Ministry of Public Information, Seoul, December 27, 1993. Research commissioned by the Ministry of Public Information.
• “A Survey Analysis of the Local Assembly Election.” Joint research commissioned by the Korea Local Administration Research Institute, Report #145, November 1991.
• “Legitimation, Accumulation, and Exclusionary Authoritarianism: Political Economy of Rapid Industrialization in South Korea and Brazil.” Ph. D. dissertation, Harvard University, April l, 1990. [in English]
• “A Study of the Organization Process of the Democratic Republican Party in South Korea.” MA Thesis, Seoul National University,1982.
• “Democratization and Elite in the Developing Countries.” Political Science Review 7(1977): 66-79 (Published version of BA Thesis, Seoul National University, 1977)