• Professor
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Chung, Jin-Young

Contact Information

• Office: Room 413, International Studies Building
• Phone: 031-201-2366
• E-mail: jychung@khu.ac.kr

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

Courses Taught
•International Political Economy, Comparative Political Economy,Global Finance and International Politics


• 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
• Office of Academic Affairs, Kyung Hee University
Dean, May 2012 to Present
• Graduate School of Pan-Pacific International Studies, Kyung Hee University
Dean, March 2010 to Present
• College of Management and International Studies, Kyung Hee University
Dean, January 2009 to Present
• School of International Studies, Kyung Hee University
Dean, January 2007 to Present
• Professor, March 1999 to present
Center for International and Security Studies, University of Maryland
• Fulbright Visiting Scholar, September 2005 to August 2006
• The Sejong Institute
Research Fellow, January 1992 to February 1999
• Korea Development Institute
Research Fellow, March to December 1991

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., Korea1stTrade 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.