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Kim, Hyuk-Rae (김혁래)
Chair of Korean Studies Program
Professor of Korean Studies
Ph.D. University of Washington, Sociology (1992)
Korean Society and Culture, Korean Economy, Business and Politics

hyukrae@yonsei.ac.kr
82-2-2123-4705 · Room : 615

Profile
Professor Kim graduated with a doctorate in sociology from the University of Washington. He is a senior faculty member at GSIS. He has also lectured at the University of Oregon, Williams College, and the University of Washington. The Professor remains active in both professional and academic associations related to sociology, Asian and Korean studies, and NGO studies. He is the editor in chief of the Korean Studies Forum and also sits on the board of numerous academic journals. Professor Kim has played an instrumental role in bringing distinguished lecturers to Yonsei University for conferences and symposiums. His area of specialization is in Korean society and culture, research design and methodology, economic sociology, and East Asian political economy.
Education
  • Ph.D. University of Washington, Sociology (1992)
  • M.A. Bowling Green State University, Sociology (1984)
  • B.A. Yonsei University, Sociology (1982)
Research and Academic Employment
  • Professor,Korean Studies Program,GSIS,Yonsei University (Sep.2004-Present)
  • Director,Institute for Modern Korean Studies, Yonsei University (Sep. 2005-Aug. 2008)
  • Fulbright Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Oregon (Jan.2003-Feb.2004))
  • Associate Professor and Chairperson, Korean Studies Program, GSIS, Yonsei University (Sep. 1999 - Jan.2003)
  • Associate Dean, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (Feb. 2000 - August 2001)
  • Visiting Adjunct Professor, Department of Asian Studies, Williams College, USA (Jan. 1999 - Feb. 1999)
  • Chair and Assistant Professor, Department of Korean Studies, Yonsei University (March 1997 - August 1999)
  • Associate Director, Institute for Modern Korean Studies, Yonsei University (March 1997 - Feb. 1999)
  • Adjunct Professor, Department of Asian Studies, Yonsei University (March 1996 - Dec. 1996)
  • Research Fellow, Institute for Social Development Studies, Yonsei University (Aug. 1992 - Feb. 1997)
  • Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Yonsei University (August 1992 – Feb. 1997)
  • Lecturer, Department of Sociology, University of Washington (June 1986 - March 1990)
  • Research Associate, Department of Nursing, Univ. of Washington (December 1985- June 1986)
  • Teaching Associate, Department of Sociology, Univ. of Washington (Sept. 1984 - June 1986)
  • Research Assistant, Department of Sociology, Bowling Green State University (August 1982 - June 1984)
  • Membership of Professional Associations
  • American Sociological Association
  • Korean Sociological Association
  • The Society for the Advancement of Socio Economics
  • Korean Political Science Association
  • Association of Asian Studies
  • Pacific and Asian Conference on Korean Studies
  • International Sociological Assocation
Professional Services
  • Academic Professional Associations:
  • Advisory Council Member, Overseas Korean Studies Program, Korea Foundation (April, 2007 - March, 2010)
  • Vice President, Korean Association of NGO Studies (December 2006 - December 2008)
  • Examination Steering Committee, 2007 State Scholarship Examination, Korea Institute of Cirriculum and Evaluation (June 7, 2007 - June 9, 2007).
  • Executive Editorial Board Member, Yearbook of Korean Civil Society (2006 - present)
  • Executive Officer for International Relations, the Korean Sociological Association (December,2004-December,2005)
  • Review Committee Member, the National Academy of Sciences(2004)
  • Executive Council Member, the Korean Sociological Association (December,2004-December,2005)
  • Advisory Council Member, The Institute of Korean Studies (April,2004 - April,2006)
  • Executive Council Member, Consortium for the Study of Asian Economies (CSAE) (May 2001 – Present)
  • Executive Council Member, the Korean Sociological Association (December 2001 - Present)
  • Executive Council Member, the Korean Association of NGO Studies (December 2000 - Present)
  • Advisory Committee Member, the Korean Educational Development Institute (May 2002 - Present)
  • Executive Officer for Research, Korean Industrial and Labor Association (March 1997 – Feb. 2002)
  • Executive Officer for International Relations, Korean Association for Comparative Sociology (March 1997 – Feb. 2000)
  • Executive Council Member, Korean Sociological Association (December 1994 – December 1995)
  • Journal Editorial Board Members and Editor:
  • Routledge Series Editor-in-Chief (with Charles Amstrong and Nancy Abelemann) Routledge Studies on Modern Korea (November 2008 – present)
  • Editor-in-chief, Korean Studies Forum (August 2002-Present)
  • Editorial Board Member, Korea Observer (Dec.2007-Present)
  • Guest Editor, Korean Observer (Vol. 37 (1), January, 2006)
  • Guest Editor, Korea Observer (Fall, 2004)
  • Editorial Board Member, Asian Busines and Management (SSCI), Uk (Dec.2002-Present)
  • Editorial Board Member, International Journal of Technology Marketing, US (Sept.2004-Present)
  • Executive Editorial Board Member, Yearbook of Korean Civil Society (Jan. 2006 - Dec. 2008)
  • Editorial Board Member, Journal of Industrial and Labor Sociology (March, 1999 – Present)
  • Editorial Board Member, International Studies Review (Sep. 2000 - Dec. 2008)
  • Editor-in-Chief, Institute for Modern Korean Studies, Yonsei University (March 1997 - Feb. 1999)
  • Conference Organizer:
  • Chair, Yonsei-Korea Foundation Korean Studies Forum (September 2001 - Present), funded by Korea Foundation and Fullbright Korean-American Educational Division.
  • Chair and Director, the 4th Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators
  • 2009, funded by the Korea Foundation on June 26 - July 21, 2009
  • Chair and Director, the 3rd Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2008, funded by the Korea Foundation on June 27 - July 22, 2008.
  • Chair and Director, the 2nd Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2007, funded by the Korea Foundation on June 29-July 1- and July 13 - July 24, 2007.
  • Chair, Conference Organizing Committee, the 7th International Conference on Syngman Rhee and Sanghai Government, IMKS, Yonsei University (November 2006)
  • Chair and Director, the 1st Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2006, funded by the Korea Foundation on July 6 - July 19 and July 27 - August 8, 2006.
  • Chair, Conference Organizing Committee, the International Conference on "Globalization and Socio-Cultural Changes in Comparitive Perspective," co-hosted by the Korean Sociological Association and the Center for Human Resource Studies on October 21, 2005.
  • Chair, Conference Organizing Committee, the 1st International Korean Studies Workshop on "Civil Society and Consolidating Democracy in Comparitive Perspective," co-hosted by the Institute for Modern Korean Studies at Yonsei University and the Institute of Korean Studies on May 21 - 22, 2004.
  • Annual International Korean Studies Workshop (May,2004), funded by the Institute of Korean Studies and TS Corporation
  • Monthly Yonsei Korean Studies Forum (September,2001-present), funded by Korea Foundation and Fulbright Korean-American Educational Commission
  • Conference Session Organizer, Annual Meetings of Korean Sociological Association (June, December 1997)
  • Conference Organizer, The 2nd International Conference on Syngman Rhee’s Independence Activities and Founding of the Republic of Korea, IMKS, Yonsei University (August 1998).
  • Conference Organizer, The 1st International Conference on A New Start after Revisionism: Reflections and Prospects for Research on Modern Korean History, IMKS, Yonsei University (October 1997).
  • Conference Session Organizer, Annual Meetings of Korean Sociological Association (June, December 1995)
  • University Services
  • Associate Dean, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (Feb. 2000 - August 2001)
  • Council Member, Steering Committee for Oriental Classic Program, Yonsei University (June 2000 - Present)
  • Chair, Department of Korean Studies, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (September 1998 – Present)
  • Chair, Student Welfare Committee, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (March 1998 – Feb. 1999)
  • Chair, Scholarship Review Committee, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (March 1998 – Feb. 1999)
  • Program Coordinator, Korean Studies Program, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (March 1998 – 2002)
  • Secretary General, Steering Committee, Area Studies Program, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (March 1997 - Present)
  • Council Member, Development Committee for Area Studies Department, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (July 1997 – Present)
  • Council Member, Student Affairs Committee, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (September 1997 – Present)
  • Secretary General, Development Committee, Graduate School of International Studies, Yonsei University (March 1996 - Dec. 1996)
  • Council Member, Development Committee for International Education Institutions, Yonsei University (March 1996 - Dec. 1996)
Teaching Experience
  • Korean Society and Culture
  • Korean Economy, Business and Politics
  • East Asian Political Economy
  • Economic Sociology and Complex Organizations
  • Research Methodology and Social Statistic
Courses and Current Research Area
  • Economic/Social Governance, Civil Society and Methodology
  • Korean Society and Culture
  • Korean Economy, Business and Politics
  • East Asian Political Economy
  • Economic Sociology and Complex Organizations
  • Research Methodology and Social Statistics
Academic Publications
Books (in English)
  • Hyuk-Rae Kim, ed. 2010. Korean Studies Forum. Vol. 4. Seoul: Yonsei University Press.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim. ed. 2008. Korean Studies Forum. Vol.3. Seoul: Yonsei University Press

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim. Forthcoming. Social Governance in Comparitive Perspective: State, Civil Society, and NGOS in Transitional Politics. Seoul: Yonsei University Press

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim and Bok Song eds. 2007. Modern Korean Society:  Its Development and Prospect.  Berkely:  Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkely.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim and Chaihark Hahm, eds. 2007. Korean Studies Forum. Vol. 2. Seoul: Yonsei University Press.
  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. 2005. Mad Technology: How East Asian Companies are Defending Their Technological Advantages. London : Palgrave MacMillan.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim ed. 2002. Korean Studies Forum.Vol.1. Seoul: Yonsei University Press.

  • Richard Robison, Hyuk-Rae Kim, Mark Beeson, and Kanishika Jayasuriya, eds. 2000. Politics and Markets in the Wake of the Asian Crisis. London: Routledge

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim ed. 1999. Asian Industrial Governance: States, Societies, and Cultures in Comparative-Historical Perspective. Seoul: The Asia Research Fund.


  • Special Issues (in English)
  • Hyuk-Rae Kim and Andrew Eungi Kim, eds. 2006. Special Issue on Globalization and Socio-Cultural Changes in Comparitive Perspective, Korea Observer 37 (1). Seoul: The Institute of Korean Studies

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim, ed. 2004. Special Issue on Civil Society and Consolidating Democracy in Comparitive Perspective, Korea Observer 35 (3).  Seoul: The Insitute of Korean Studies.

    Books (in Korean)
  • Hyuk-Rae Kim, ed. 2009. Overseas Korean Studies: New Strategy for Expanding Infra-Foundation and Future Development. Korea Foundation

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim. 2008. Globalization of Yonsei Korean Studies. Report for the Korean Studies Committee of Yonsei Univeristy.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim. 2008. Global Trend of Korean Studies and Analysis of Academic Conferences on Korean Studies (215 pages). Report for the Korean Studies Committee of Yonsei University.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim, et al. 2007. East Asian Development, Economic Integration, and Cooperation. Seoul: Arche

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim. 2006. Evaluation of Major International Conferences on Korean Studies. Seoul: Korea Foundation

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim. 2005. Partnerships in Negotiated Social Governance: Conflict Resolution between the State and NGOs. Seoul: Korean Institute of Criminology.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim, et al. 2001. Female CEO’s IT Venture Firms: Current Issues and Policy Implementations. Seoul: The Ministry of Information and Technology.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. 1998 Restructuring Public Sectors: Strengthening Competition in an Era of Globalization. Seoul: The Institute for Social Development Studies.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. 1998 Sociology: Structure and Change, (translate Stephen K. Sanderson, Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies, New York: Harpercollins College, 1995)

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. 1997 Globalization and Development Strategy for Korean NGOs. Seoul: Citizens’ Coalition for Economic Justice.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al., 1997 Survey Report on Nationality: Korea, China, and Japan. Seoul: KBS and Yonsei University.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. 1995. Improvement of Welfare Programs for Workers in Large-Scale Companies. Seoul: Institute for Labor Education.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. 1995. Quality of Life for Korean Workers. Seoul: Institute for Social Development Studies.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. 1994. Understanding of New Economic Sociology. Seoul: Yeoksawa-Bepyoung Inc.

  • Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. 1993. Institutionalizing Strategy for Coordinating Interest Conflicts. Seoul: The Ministry of Public Affairs.


  • Journal Articles (in English)
  • 2010 (with Ingyu Oh) “Foreigners Cometh!: Multiculturalism and Cultural Governance in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan,” submitted for journal review.

  • 2010 (with Ingyu Oh) “Migration and Multicultural Contention in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan,” submitted for journal review.

  • 2010 “Introduction: The Globalization of Korean Studies” in Korean Studies Forum IV, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul: Yonsei University Press.

  • 2009 “Contested Governance in the Making of Multicultural Societies: Labor Migration and International Marriages in South Korea.” Korea Observer 40 (2): 273-300 (SSCI).

  • 2008 “Introduction: Korean Studies in Search of Diversity,” pp. 1-12 in Korean Studies Forum III, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul: Yonsei University Press.

  • 2007 "Globalization, NGOs, and Enviornmental Governance in Northeast Asia." Korea Observer 38(2):285-311

  • 2006 (With Andrew Eungi Kim)"Globalization and Socio-Cultural Change in a Comparative Perspective: An Introductory Survey." Korea Observer 37(1):1-22

  • 2006 "Transnational Network Dynamics of NGOs for North Korean Refugees and Human Rights." Korea Observer 37(1):57-92

  • 2004 "Introduction:Special Issue on "Civil Society and Consolidating Democracy in Comparative Perspective." Korea Observer 35(3):355-360.

  • 2004 "The Paradox of Social Governance : The State, CIvil Society, and NGOs in South Korean Reform Politics." Korea Observer 35(3):417-432.

  • 2004 " Dilemmas in the Making of CIvil Society in Korean Politicla Reform" Journal of Contemporary Asia 34(1):55-69.

  • 2004 (with Ingyu Oh, Yongsun Paik, and Shigemi Yoneyama) "Recasting East Asian Economic Governance : An Institutional Perspective." Asian Business and Management 3(3):28-41

  • 2004 (with Shigemi Yoneyama and Ingyu Oh) "Knowledge Intergration Capabilities of Japanese Companies:Reconstructing Intra-Firm Networks for Technology Commercialization." Interantional Journal of Information Technology and Management 3(1):59-71

  • 2004 (with Ingyu Oh and Shigemi Yoneyama) "Flexibility Networks:Innovation and Information Dissemination in Taiwanese Family Firms" International Journal Information Technology and Management 3(1):89-104

  • 2002 "Asian Values:Methodological Issues and Tasks" Korea Journal 42(4):218-230

  • 2002 "Unraveling Civil Society : Old Discourses and New Insights" Korea Observer 33(4):541-567

  • 2000 "The State and Civil Society in Transition: The Role of NGOs in South Korea." The Pacific Review 13 (4): 595 - 613.

  • 2000 "Korea's Economic Governance in Transition: Governance Crisis and the Future of Korean Capitalism." Korea Observer 31 (4): 553 - 577.

  • 2000 "Governance Crisis and the Transformation of East Asian Capitalism." International Studies Review 3 (1): 109 - 123.

  • 2000 “The Viability and Vulnerability of the Korean Economic Governance.” Journal of Contemporary Asia. Vol. 30 (2): 199-220.

  • 1999 “Ecological Dynamics of Industrial Organizations in South Korea.” Asia Pacific Business Review. Vol. 6 (2): 29-43.

  • 1999 "Adoption Strategies of a Multinational Firm to the Socioeconomic Environment in South Korea: The Case of Proctor and Gamble." CIS Case Studies #99-1. Center for International Studies, GSIS, Yonsei University.

  • 1998 “Cultural Conflict in Negotiating International Joint Ventures.” CIS Case Studes
    #98-1. Center for International Studies, GSIS, Yonsei University.

  • 1998 “The Evolution of the Korean Business System.” Sangnam Forum Vol. 1, No. 1: 81-109.

  • 1998 “Family Capitalism and Corporate Structure in Korea.” Korea Focus Vol. 6, No.1: 55-67.

  • 1997 “Korean NGOs: Global Trend and Prospect.” Global Economic Review 26: 93-115.

  • 1994 “The State and Economic Organization in a Comparative Perspective: The Organizing Mode of the East Asian Political Economy.” Korean Social Science Journal 20: 91-120.

  • 1993 “Divergent Organizational Paths of Industrialization in East Asia” Asian Perspective 17: 105-135


  • Book Chapters (in English)
  • 2007 "The Contour of Modern Korean Society,"pp.1-15 in Modern Korean Society: Its Development and Prospect, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim and Bok Song. Berkely: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkely.

  • 2007 "Economic Governance: Its Historical Development and Future Prospects." pp.79-105 in Modern Korean Society: Its Development and Prospect, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim and Bok Song. Berkely: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkely.

  • 2007 "The Making of Civil Society in Historical Perspective," pp.205-225 in Modern Korean Society : Its Development and Prospect, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim and Bok Song. Berkely: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkely.

  • 2007 (With Chaihark Hahm) "Introduction: A Field in Search of an Identity,"pp.11-22 in Korean Studies Forum, Vol. 2.
  • 2005 "From State-centric to Negitiated Governance:NGOs as Policy Entrepreneurs in South Korea," pp.42-62 in CIvil Life, Globalization and Political Change in Asia:Organizing Between Family and State, edited by Robert Weller. London:Routledge.

  • 2003 "Unraveling Civil Society in Korea:Old Discourses and New Insights," pp.192-208 in CIvil Society in Asia, edited by David C. Schak and Wayne Hudson.London:Ashgate

  • 2002 "From State-centric to Negotiated Governance: NGOs as Policy Entrepreneurs in South Korea," pp. in NGOs and the Nation in a Globalizing World, edited by Robert Weller. Honolulu: The University of Hawaii Press.

  • 2002 “The Formation and Dynamics of Modern Korean Society,” pp. in Korean Studies Forum, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul: Yonsei University Press.

  • 2002 "NGOs in Pursuit of ‘the Public Good’ in South Korea," pp. 58-74 in Collective Goods,Collective Futures in Asia, edited by Sally Sargeson. London: Routledge.

  • 2002 “Unraveling Civil Society in Korea: Old Discourses and New Insights,” in Civil Society in Asia, edited by David Schak and Wayne Hudson. London: Ashgate.

  • 2002 "Introduction: Issues and Challenges in Korean Studies for the New Millennium,"pp.11-24 in Korean Studies Forum, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul: Yonsei University Press

  • 2002 "Institutional Nexus, Economic Governance, and the Future of Korean Capitalism," pp. 25-52 in Korean Studies Forum, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul: Yonsei University Press.
  • 2001 "Contradiction and Continuity: The Independence Club and Korea's Transition to Modernity," pp. 184-191 in Korea Between Tradition and Modernity, edited by Yunshik Chang, et al. Vancouver: Institute for Asian Research.

  • 2001 "Economic Crisis in South Korea: Towards Building a New Economic Paradigm," pp. 60-70 in Korean Economic Prospects: From Financial Crisis to Prosperity, edited by O. Yul Kwon and Bill Shepherd. London: E. Elger.

  • 2000 “Fragility or Continuity?: Economic Governance of East Asian Capitalism,” pp. 99-115 in Politics and Markets in the Wake of the Asian Crisis, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. London: Routledge.

  • 2000 “The Dilemma of Liberalization: Financial Crisis and the Transformation of Capitalism in South Korea,” pp. 116-129 in Politics and Markets in the Wake of the Asian Crisis, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. London: Routledge.


  • Journal Articles and Book Chapters (in French)
  • 2010 “Economie, et societe une modernization record.” Courrier de la Planete 92: 42-46.


  • Journal Articles and Book Chapters (in Korean)
  • 2007. “New Technology and Changes in the East Asian National Innovation System (NIS): Comparative Governance Studies of NIS in Korea, Japan, and Taiwan,” in Hyuk-Rae Kim, et al. 2007. East Asian Development, Economic Integration, and Cooperaton. Seoul: Arche. Reprinted from ournal of Technology Innovation Vol. 10 (2): 45-68 (with Ingyu Oh and Hun-Joon Park).

  • 2007 forthcoming "Economic Sociology:Trends and Prospects" in Economic Sociology: Theory and Method, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul

  • 2007 forthcoming "Economic Sociology:Theoretical Structures and Methodological Issues," in Economic Sociology:Theory and Method, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul

  • 2007 forthcoming "Neo-Institutional Economics and Economic Governance" in Economic Sociology:Theory and Method, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul

  • 2007 forthcoming "The State and Economic Organization:East Asian Economic Governance," in Economic Sociology:Theory and Method, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim. Seoul

  • 2002 "New Technology and Changes in the National Innovation System: Comparative Governance Studies of NIS in Korea,Japan and Taiwan" Journal of Technology Innovation Vol.10(2):45-68 (with Ingyu Oh and Hun-Joon Park)
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  • 2002 “Korean NGOs’ Pursuit of the Public Good and Democratization,” Korea and International Politics. 18: 197-225.

  • 1999 "The Future of the Korean Peninsular in the Wake of the Asian Crisis," Korean Unification Studies 3: 115-145.

  • 1998 “Corruption in the Public Sector: Its Socio-cultural Character.” Chapter 5 in Restructuring Public Sectors: Strengthening Competition in an Era of Globalization. Seoul: The Institute for Social Development Studies.

  • 1997 “Civil Society and Non-Governmental Organizations in South Korea: Reality and Development Strategy.” East and West Studies. Vol. 9 (2): 37-68.

  • 1997 “Governance Structure in Neo-Institutional Economics.” Journal of Social Development Studies 3: 17-38.

  • 1997 “Chinese Socialist Market Economy and Changes in the Structure of Economic Governance” Comparative Society 1: 126-165.

  • 1997 “Comparative Study on Coordinating Institutions for Interest Conflicts,” pp. 299-
    317 in Interest Group Politics and Interest Conflict, edited by Young-Rae Kim. Seoul: Hanwool.

  • 1997 “Interest Group Politics in U.S,” pp. 197-211 in Interest Group Politics and Interest Conflict, edited by Young-Rae Kim. Seoul: Hanwool.

  • 1997 “Family Capitalism and Korean Enterprise” Tradition and Modern Vol. 3: 56-73.

  • 1996 “A Comparative Study on the Coordinating Institutionalization of Interest Conflict Resolution.”The Korean Journal of International Relations 35 (1): 261-286.

  • 1995 “Technology and Alienation in Work Organization: Confirmatory Factor Analysis.” Research Monograph #95-1. The Institute for Social Development Studies.

  • 1995 “Review on Organization Theory.” Korean Journal of Sociology 29: 443-446.

  • 1995 “Development Strategy for Workers’Welfare Program.” Labor Education 7: 68-73.

  • 1994 “Ecological Dynamics of the Korean Manufacturing Sector.” Korean Journal of Sociology 28: 1-29.

  • 1994 “The Organizing of the Economic Sector,” pp. 291-321 in Understanding of New Economic Sociology, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim et al. Seoul: Yeoksawa-Bepyoung Inc.

  • 1994 “The Structuring of the Organization Sector: Institutional Isomorphism and Collective Rationality,” pp. 267-290 in Understanding of New Economic Sociology, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim et al.Seoul: Yeoksawa-Bepyoung Inc.

  • 1994 “Information Society and the New Image of Man in the 21 Century.” The Year 2000 Vol. 11: 34-35, 80-83.

  • 1993 “Interdisciplinary Interfaces between Sociology and Economics.” Truth and Freedom 19: 37-40.

  • 1992 “The State and Economic Organization: The Organizing Mode of the East Asian Economy.” Korean Journal of Sociology 26: 1-42.

  • 1992 “Comparative Studies on East Asian Industrial Organizations” Yonsei Journal of Sociology 13: 211-245.


  • Journal Articles (in Chinese)
  • 1998 “The Political Economy of the Korean Voluntary Sector: The Case of NGOs” The Journal of Korean Studies. Vol. 15: 147-163.  Also appears in Asian Studies. Vol. 26: 24-48.

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    Invited and Funded Presentations at International Conferences
  • 2010 “Migration and Multicultural Contention in East Asia,” presented at the Center for Korean Studies, Leiden University, Netherlands on April 15-17, 2010.

  • 2010 “Labor Migration and Multicultural Contention in East Asia,” presented at Complesso di S.Cristina, Aulla B. at Universita di Bologna on March 2-5, 2010.

  • 2009 “Shifting Power: From State-Centric to Contested Social Governance in South Korea,” presented at the 6th International Society for Third-Sector Research (ISTR) Asia and Pacific Regional Conference in Taipei, Taiwan on November 1-4, 2009.

  • 2009 “Overseas Korea Studies: Trends and Differences,” presented at the International Workshop on the KF Governance System of Overseas Korean Studies Support Program at the Korea Foundation Cultural
    Center on July 3, 2009.

  • 2009 “KF Overseas Korean Studies Support Program: New Strategy,
    Governance, and Vision,” presented at the International Workshop on
    the KF Governance System of Overseas Korean Studies Support
    Program at the Korea Foundation Cultural Center on July 3, 2009.

  • 2009 “Aspiring to be Global: Migration and Multicultural Contention in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan,” presented at the conference on “The Making of Multicultural Societies in East Asia” at the Colorado State University in US, on January 30, 2009.

  • 2008 “Demographic Changes and Migration in East Asia: Issues and
    Challenges,” presented at the 9th Pacific and Asia Conference on Korean
    Studies on “Korea and Korean Studies from Asian Vision” in Hanoi,
    Vietnam, November 25-26, 2008.

  • 2008 “Contested Governance in Reform Politics: From Civic Campaigns to
    Microscopic Politics,”presented at the international workshop on “Korea in Crisis: the Economy, Society, and Diaspora” at the Waseda University in Japan November 21-23, 2008.

  • 2008 "Contested Governance in the Making of Multicultural Societies: Labor Migration and Interethnic Marriages,"," presented at the 5th International Conference on East Asian Studies "East Asia in the 21st Century: Peace, Stability, and Harmony" at International House, University of Economics and Law, Osaka, Japan, September 21-22, 2008

  • 2007 "Family Status, Working Experience, and Korean Women's Attitude to Feminism," (with Renate Clasen and You-Kyoung Moon) presented at the 8th International Conference of Korean Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London on August 16-17, 2007

  • 2007 "The Contour of Modern Korean Society: Its Development and Prospect," presented at the International Conference on Korean Language, Culture, and Society, City University of Hong Kong, June 20-21, 2007

  • 2007 "Korean Studies in the 21st Century: Visions and Strategies," presented at The 2007 Overseas Korean Studies Workshop, The Korea Foundation, May 18, 2007.

  • 2006 The Paradox of Social Governance in South Korean Reform Politics: Dilemmas and Challenges," presented at the 8th Pacific and Asia Conference on Korean Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, December 15-17, 2006

  • 2005 The "National Case Study of Korean National Innovation System," presented at the National Innovation System Workshop, Tubitaktusside, Turkey, Novermber 29, 2005

  • 2005 "A Coalition of NGOs in Korean Reform Politics: Dilemmas and Challenges," presented at the 3rd International Symposium on Dynamics of Civil Society in a Multicultural World, East Building Mita Campus, Keio University, Novermber 21, 2005.

  • 2005 "Transnational Network Dynamics of NGOs for North Korean Refugees and Human Rights," presented at the international conference on Globalization and Socio-Cultural Changes in Comparative Perspective." New Millenium Hall, Yonsei University, October 21,2005.

  • 2005 "The Paradox of Social Governance: The State and NGOs in Transition," presented at the 14th NGO Forum on Asian Civil Society and NGOs, November 14, 2005.

  • 2005 "Sharing Power: From State-centric to Negotiated Social Governance in South Korea," presented at Korean Studies Seminar, Auditorium of Japanese Studies, Monash University, Australia, September 5,2005.

  • 2005 "Transnational Network Dynamics of NGOs for North Korean Refugees and Human Rights," presented at the International Conference on Civil Society, Religion and Global Governance: Paradigms of Power and Persuasion, Visions Theatre, National Museum of Australia, Australia National University, Canberra, Australia, September 1, 2005.

  • 2005 "Shifting Power: From State-centric to Negotiated Social Governance," presented for the Jeremiah Public Lecture at Knight Library Browsing Room, University of Oregon, Eugene on May 26, 2005.

  • 2004 "The Paradox of Social Governance:The State, Civil Society, and NGOs in South Korean Reform Politics," presented at the 1st International Korean Studies Workshop on" Civil Society and Consolidating Democracy in Comparative Perspective, Allen Hall, Yonsei University, May 20-22.

  • 2003 "From State-Centric to Negotiated Governance: NGOs as Policy Entrepreneurs in South Korea," presented ate the UCLA Center for Civil Society and the Center for Korean Studies, UCLA, October 16

  • 2003 "Institutional Nexus, Economic Governance and the Future of Korean Capitalism," presented at the PACBAD Speaker Series on Contemporary Issues in Pacific Rim Countries, University of California at Davis, March 7

  • 2002 "Civil Society, Network Capitalism and Negotiated Governance in South Korea" presented at the Yonsei-Berkely Joint Project Workshop on Asian Network Capitalism: Comparative Perspective, Allen Hall, Yonsei University, November 1

  • 2002 "Research Agenda on East Asian Capitalism," presented at Consortium for the Study of Asian Economies/ Social Science Research Council Joint Meeting, Center of Asian Studies, the University of Hong Kong, September 11-13

  • 2002 "Recasting East Asian Economic Governance: An Institutional Perspective," presented at the conference of the Academy of Management, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. August 11-12, 2002.

  • 2002 "From State-centric to Negotiated Governance: NGOs as Policy Entrepreneurs in South Korea," presented at the conference on NGOs and the Nation in a Globalizing World, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, June 21-22, 2002.

  • 2002 “Civic Coalition in Transition to Democracy: The 2000 General Elections in South Korea,” presented at the second biennial conference of Korean Studies Association in Australia , Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, Sept. 24-25.

  • 2001 “Transnational Network Dynamics: The Role of NGOs in South Korea, presented at the international workshop on Transnational Activism and Problems of Democracy in East and Southeast Asia, Stockholm, Sweden, September 14-15.

  • 2001 “Unraveling Civil Society in Korea: Old Discourses and New Insights,” presented at the international conference on Civil Society in Asia, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, July 10-12.

  • 2001 “Research Agenda on Asian Capitalism,” presented at the inaugural meeting of the Consortium for the Study of Asian Economies, University of Hong Kong, May 4-5.

  • 2001 “An Emerging Paradox in Transition to Democracy: Civic Coalition for General Elections in South Korea,” presented at the biannual conference of the Association of Korean Studies in Europe, School of Asian and African Studies at the University of London, April 4 - 6.

  • 2001 “Korea’s Economic Governance in Transition,” presented at a seminar on the Political Economy and Development at the Sheffield University, England, April, 2.

  • 1999 "Korean NGOs for Provision of Public Goods." Presented at the First Asian Third Sector Research Conference at Bangkok Hilton Hotel, Thailand on November 20-22.

  • 1999 “The State and Civil Society in Transition: The Role of NGOs in South Korea.” Presented at the 1999 Seoul International Conference of NGOs at Olympic Parktel, Seoul, October 10-15.

  • 1999 “NGOs in Pursuit of Public Goods in South Korea.” Presented at the International Conference on Shaping Common Futures: Case Studies of Collective Goods, Collective Actions in East and Southeast Asia in Perth, Australia, October 7-9.

  • 1999 “NGOs and the Transition to Democracy in South Korea.” Presented at the NGO Workshop organized by Asian Foundation at Sangnam Hall, Seoul, September, 17.

  • 1999 “Environmental NGOs and the Provision of Public Goods in Northeast Asia: Development Strategies and Prospects for Environmental Cooperation.” Presented at the International Conference on Environmental Issues of Northeast Asia and the Role of Local Government in the 21st Century at President Hotel, Seoul, September 13-14.

  • 1999 "Korean NGOs: Current State and Prospect," presented at the Conference on The Roles of National Congress and NGOs in South Korea, organized by the Korean Political Science Association, Seoul, Korea on September 4.

  • 1999 “Korea’s Economic Governance in Crisis: Towards Building a New Economic Paradigm.” Presented at the 2nd International Australia-Korea Economic Conference: Australia and Korea into New Millennium: Political, Economic and Business Relations in Brisbane, Australia, August 5-6.

  • 1999 “Governance Crisis and the Transformation of East Asian Capitalism.” Presented at the International Conference on Asian Industrial Governance organized by Ewha Graduate School of International Studies at Seoul, Korea, May 22-24.

  • 1998 “Civil Society and the Role of NGOs in South Korea.” Presented at the monthly meetings of the Association for Comparative Society at the Ewha University on November 20.

  • 1998 “The Crisis of East Asian Capitalism and the Future of Korean Peninsula.” Presented at the 4th Regular Conference organized by the Institute for Korean Unification Studies at the Allen Hall on November 17.

  • 1998 “Fragility or Continuity?: Economic Governance of East Asian Capitalism.” Presented at the International Conference on From Miracle to Meltdown: The End of Asian Capitalism? in Fremantle, Western Australia on August 20-22.

  • 1998 “Financial Crisis and Its Impact on Korean Economy.” Presented at the International Conference on From Miracle to Meltdown: The End of Asian Capitalism? in Fremantle, Western Australia on August 20-22.

  • 1998 “Korean Economic Governance: Its Development and Future Prospect.” Presented at the 10th annual meetings of Society for the Advancement on Socio-Economics in Vienna, July 12-15.

  • 1998 “Contradiction and Continuity: The Independence Club and Korea’s Transition to Modernity.” Presented at the 4th Pacific and Asian Conference on Korean Studies (PACKS), the University of British Columbia in Vancouver on May 10-13.

  • 1998 “The Structuring of the Korean Economic Governance in Historical Perspective.” Presented at the 50th annual meetings of the Association for Asian Studies, Washington, D.C. on March 24-26.

  • 1998 “The Typology and Reality of Corruption in South Korea.” Presented at the 1st Policy Conference on Corruption in South Korea: Policy Agenda for New Government, organized by the Center for International Studies, Yonsei University on March 4.

  • 1998 “Corruption in the Public Sector: Its Socio-cultural Character.” Presented
    at the Conference on Restructuring Public Sectors: Strengthening competition in an Ear of Globalization organized by the Institute for Social Development Studies at the Allen Hall, February 20.

  • 1997 “Auxiliary Measurement Theory in Social Science.” Presented at the annual
    meetings of the Korean Sociological Association at the Ewha University on
    December 12.

  • 1997 “The Evolution of the Korean Business System in Comparative Perspective,” presented at the Korean Management History Seminar at the Sangnam Management Center, Yonsei University, November 10, 1997.

  • 1997 “The Political Economy of the Korean Voluntary Sector: The Case of NGOs,” presented at the International Conference on Cultural Relations between China and Korea at Taipei, Taiwan. September 20-23, 1997.

  • 1997 “The State and Industrial Governance: The Analytical Framework, presented at the International Workshop on Asian Industrial Governance: States, Societies and Culture in Comparative-Historical Perspective at the University of Southern California, Faculty Center Room C, August 18-19, 1997.

  • 1997 “Civil Society and NGOs in Korea: Towards A New World Order and Global Governance,” presented at the International Workshop on The NGO Sector in Korea at the Center for East and West Studies, Yonsei University. June 4, 1997.

  • 1996 “Historical Patterns of Economic Governance Structure in South Korea, presented at the Section of the Political Economy of Development for the annual meetings of American Sociological Association, New York, August 19-20. (Funded by Korea Foundation)

  • 1996 “Ecological Dynamics of Industrial Organizations in South Korea” presented at the International Conference on the East Asian Political Economy at the University of Iowa, August 17-18, 1996. (Funded by the Center for Asian-Pacific Studies at the University of Iowa)

  • 1996 “Governance Networks in South Korea,” presented at the International Workshop of Networks in Asian History at the Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo, Japan on June 17-19, 1996. (Funded by the University of Tokyo, Japan)

  • 1996 “Organizational Decentralization in Chinese Market Economy,” presented at the Conference on Great Transformation of Modern China organized by the Association for Comparative Studies on June 17.

  • 1995 “Comparative Study on Coordinating Institutions for Interest Conflict," presented at the monthly meetings of the Korean Political Science Association on June 16.
  • 1994 “Neo-institutional Economics: Market Failure and Economic Governance,”
    presented at the monthly meetings of the Association for Economic Sociology
    on July 10.

  • 1993 “Theoretical Framework for the Comparative Study of the State and
    Economic Organization,” presented at the monthly meetings of the Institute for Social Development Studies on April 23.

  • 1993 “Ecological Study of Korean Manufacturing Establishments,” presented at
    the annual meetings of the Korean Sociological Association on December 12.

  • 1993 “Alfred Chandler’s New Business History,” presented at the monthly meetings of the Association for Comparative Studies on September 18.

  • 1993 “Social Survey on Civil Society,” presented at the International Workshop on East Asian Social Survey at the Allen Hall on December 13-15.

  • 1992 “Organizational Path of East Asian Industrialization,” presented at the monthly meetings of the Association for Comparative Studies on November 20.

  • 1992 “A Comparative Study of East Asian Economic Organization,” presented
    at the annual meetings of the Korean Sociological Association on December 10.

  • 1991 “Technology and Alienation in Work Organization: Confirmatory Factor Analysis,” presented at the meetings of Micro-Macro Sociology, Department of Sociology, University of Washington.

  • 1991 “States, Development Strategies, and Structural Dissimilarities in the East Asian Countries.” Presented at the annual meetings of the Pacific Sociological Association, Irvine, California on April 11-14.


  • Chairing at the Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum
  • 2009 The 97th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “North Korea’s Politics of Commemoration,” presented by Professor Heonik Kwon (London School of Economics) on November 26, 2009.

  • 2009 The 96st Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Sensationalism in ‘New Tendency’ Fiction,” presented by Ph. D. Candidate Kimberly Chung (UC at San Diego) on November 19, 2009.

  • 2009 The 95th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Crossing the Boundary of Inner Quarters: Women’s Visibility in the Legal Space of Choson Korea,” presented by Dr. Jisoo Kim (George Washington University) on November 10, 2009.

  • 2009 The 94th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Deregulation of Television Broadcasting in South Korea,” presented by Professor Ki-sung Kwak (University of Sydney, Australia) on October 29, 2009.  

  • 2009 The 93rd Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Cosmopolitan Conversions: Peruvian Labor, Religion, and Belonging in South Korea," presented by Ph.D. Candidate Erica Vogel (University of California, Irvine), October 13, 2009.

  • 2009 The 92nd Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “On Kang Kyong-ae and Her Act of Writing,” presented by Ph. D. Candiate Mi-Ryong Shim (Columbia University) on June 2, 2009.

  • 2009 The 91st Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “The Second An Chungkun of Korea and the Politics of Making a National Hero,” presented by Ph. D. Candidate Jane Park (UCLA) on May 19, 2009.

  • 2009 The 90th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “The Domestication of South Korean Early Study Abroad (ESA) in the First Decade of the Millennium,” presented by Harry E. Preble Professor Nancy Abelmann (University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign) on April 28, 2009.

  • 2009 The 89th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “The Persistence and Transformation of Confucian Values in the 21st Century Korea: An Empirical Assessment,” presented by Professor Hyojoung Kim (California State University, Los Angeles) on April 7, 2009.  

  • 2009 The 88th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Korea and the Rise of China,”
    presented by Dr. David Hundt (Deakin Univeristy, Australia) on March
    12, 2009.

  • 2008 The 87th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Toward a Unified History of Multiple Koreas” presented by Professor Charles Amstrong (Columbia University) on October 28, 2008.

  • 2008 The 86th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Toward a Unified History of Multiple Koreas” presented by Professor Charles Amstrong (Columbia University) on October 28, 2008.

  • 2008 The IDB Seminar “Outsiders?: The Changing Patterns of Exclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean - IPES Report 2008” presented by Dr. Alberto E. Chong (Inter-American Development Bank) on Nov. 10, 2008.

  • 2008 The 85th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Toward a Unified History of Multiple Koreas” presented by Professor Charles Amstrong (Columbia University) on October 28, 2008.

  • 2008 The 84th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “The Figure of the Prostituted Woman and Women’s Human Rights: The Globalization of Anti-Trafficking Initiatives in South Korea” presented by Professor Sealing Cheng (Wellesly College) on October 7, 2008.

  • 2008 The 83th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Policy Entrepreneurs and
    Public Assistance: The NBLS Act in Korea” presented by Professor Antoio Fiori (University of Bologna, Italy) on September 18, 2008.

  • 2008 The 82nd Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Maritime Customs in the 1880s: A New Look at Korea’s Chinese Decade” presented by Professor Wayne Patterson (St. Norbert College, US) on May 27, 2008.

  • 2008 The 81st Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “The Fall of Confucian  Academies in Choson: A Macro-Sociological Explanation” presented by Professor Jeong-Woo Koo (Sungkyunkwan University) on May 20, 2008.

  • 2008 The 80st Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “South Korea and the Toliet Revolution” presented by Yoon S. Choi, Ph.D. Candidate (UC at Irvine) on April 29, 2008.

  • 2008 The 79th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Psycho-theraphy and Health Infrastructure in Korea: Between Public and Private Domains”
    presented by Sheena Nahm, Ph.D. Candidate (UC at Irvine) on April
    15, 2008

  • 2008 The 78th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Theory of Ethnic Antagonism and South Korea’s Split Labor Market: The Role of Civil Society” presented by Professor Joon K. Kim (Colorado State University) on March 27, 2008.

  • 2007 The 77th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Shallow Roots: Transnational Environmental Civil Society in Northeast Asia” presented by W. Chad Futrell, Ph.D. Candidate (Cornell University) on December 4, 2007.

  • 2007 The 76th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Context: A Normative Question for Contemporary Korean Art” presented by Joan Kee, Ph.D. Candidate (New York University) on November 20, 2007.

  • 2007 The 75th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Power and Space: Negotiating Military Landscapes in the Republic of Korea, 1945-1965” presented by Whitney Haejin Hwang, Ph.D. Candidate (UC at Berkeley) on November 8, 2007.

  • 2007 The 74th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Changing Socio-Economic Environments, Housing Culture and New Urban Segregation in Seoul” presented by Professor Valeri Gelezeau (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France) on October 16, 2007.

  • 2007 The 73rd Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Korea Under Siege, 1876-1945: Capital Formation and Economic Transformation” presented by Professor Young-Iob Chung (Eastern Michigan University) on October 2, 2007.

  • 2007 The 72nd Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Between Local Taste and
    Global Standard: Korean Consumerism in the New Asia” presented by
    Professor Dennis McNamara (Georgetown University) on  June 5, 2007.

  • 2007 The 71st Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Crime Victims and Restorativ Justice in Korean Juvenile Justice: How Can Confucianism and Peacemaking Evolve to Solve Juvenile Delinquency?” presented by Professor Hongwei Zhang (Guangxi University, China) on May 22, 2007.

  • 2007 The 70th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Behind Every Successful
    Korean Shaman There are Several Men: Gender Roles in Contemporary
    Musok” presented by Liora Sarfati, Ph.D. Candidate (Indiana
    Univeristy) on May 8, 2007.

  • 2007 The 69th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Images of Protest” presented by Dr. Taru Salmenkari (University of Helsinki) on April 17, 2007.

  • 2007 The 68th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and its Grants Assistance Policy: An Analysis” presented by Professor A.F. M. Shamsur Rahman (University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh) on April 3, 2007.

  • 2007 The 67th Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum “Multiple Ways of Studying Religion: Is there One Right Way?” presented by Professor Asanga Tilakarantne (University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka) on March 20, 2007.


  • Academic Discussions and Special Lectures
  • 2009 Special Lecture on General Information on Korea at the 4th Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2009, June 26 and July 10, 2009.

  • 2009 Special Lecture on Modern Korean Society: Dynamics and Prospects at the 4th Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2009, June 26 and July 10, 2009.

  • 2009 Special Lectures on “Business Cultures and Behaviors of Korean Companies” at the Executive Training Program in Korea, supported by European Commission, organized by Sciences Po, the School of Oriental and African Studies, SDA Bocconi at Sangnam Institute of Management, Yonsei University on June 19 and July16, 2009.

  • 2009 Special Lecture on “Dynamics of Population Changes and Civil Society in Korea” for the University of Hong Kong Program on July 14, 2009.

  • 2009 Special Lecture on “Modernization, Globalization and Social Transformation in Korea: A Sociological Perspective,” for Scholars in Global Citizenship of Indiana University 2009 on May 20, 2009.

  • 2008 Special Lecture on Modern Korean Society: Issues and Challenges at the Korean Foundation Cultural Center on October 14, 2008.

  • 2008 Special Lecture on General Information on Korea at the Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2008, June 27 and July 11, 2008.

  • 2008 Special Lecture on Modern Korean Society: Dynamics and Prospects at the Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2008, June 270 and July 11, 2008.

  • 2008 Special Lecture on Modern Korean Society for the University of Hong Kong Program on July 17, 2008.

  • 2008 Special Lecture on Korean Society and Culture for the Indiana University Program on May 16, 2008.

  • 2007 Special Lecture on Dynamics of Modernization and Social Transformation in Korea at the 2007 CIEE International Faculty Development Seminar on Understanding Contemporary Korea on July 10, 2007.

  • 2007 Special Lecture on General Information on Korea at the Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2007, June 29 and July 13, 2007.

  • 2007 Special Lecture on Modern Korean Society: Dynamics and Prospects at the Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2007, June 29 and July 13, 2007.

  • 2007 Special Lecture on Modernization and Social Transformation in Korea: A Sociological Perspective at the 2007 Spring Program for Kei University on Understanding Contemporary Korea. Feb. 9, 2007.

  • 2006 Special Lecture on General Information on Korea at the Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2006, July 7 and July 28, 2006.

  • 2006 Special Lecture on Korean Society: Dynamics and Prospects at the Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators, July 7 and July 28, 2006.

  • 2006 Special Lecture on Korean History, Culture and Society at Hanjin Shipping for Global Manager Program, June 22, 2006.

  • 2002 Discussant, the 6th Pacific and Asia Conference on Korean Studies Session on Korean Studies in the Age of Globalization, Faculty House, Seoul National University, Seoul, June 19, 2002.

  • 2001 Presider at International Conference on the Impact of Economic Globalization and Socio-Cultural Responses in Korea, China, Russia and Japan, conference Hall at Paichai University, November 30, 2001.

  • 2000 Discussant, Annual Conference on Post-IMF Governance, organized by Korean Political Science Association and National Congress, Lotte Hotel at Daeduck, July 20-22, 2000.

  • 2000 Discussant, International Conference on East Asian Labor Market, Allen Hall, Yonsei University, Feb. 23 - 25, 2000.

  • 1999 Discussant, Annual Meetings of Korean Sociological Association, Seoul, Korea, December, 8-10, 1999.

  • 1998 Discussant, Annual Meetings of Korean Sociological Association, Seoul, Korea, December 13, 1998.

  • 1998 Discussant, International Conference on Industrialization and Development in Latin America and East Asia, organized by the Institute for Social Development Studies, Nov. 27-28, 1998.

  • 1997 Discussant, Annual Meetings of Korean Sociological Association, Seoul, Korea, December 12, 1997.

  • 1997 Presider, Symposium on Management and Labor Relations, organized by Korean Industrial and Labor Association, August 28-29, 1997.

  • 1997 Special Lecture on Korean Culture, Hyosung Group, June 24, 1997. 1997 Discussant, International Seminar on Skilled Work in the German Production
    Model, Seoul, May 7, 1997.

  • 1997 Special Lecture on Oliver Williamson's Neo-Institutional Economics, Korea
    University, April, 24, 1997.



  • Grants

    Research Grants
  • 2010 “Democratization and Social Change.” The 3rd Year Research Grant from The Academy of Korean Studies.

  • 2009 “Multiculturalism and Cultural Governance in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan,” Yonsei University Research Fund.

  • 2009 “Overseas Korean Studies: New Strategy for Expanding Infra-Foundation and Future Development.” The Korea Foundation.

  • 2009 “Democratization and Social Change.” The 2nd Year Research Grant from The Academy of Korean Studies.

  • 2008 “Synman Rhee’s Documents: Translation, Printing, and Coding.” The Academy of Korean Studies.

  • 2008 “The Making of Multicultural Societies: Labor Migration, Interethnic Marriages, and the Second-Generation of Migrants in East Asia.” The
    Korea Foundation.

  • 2008 “Yonsei Global 5-5-10 Research Grant.” The 2nd Year Research Grant from the Yonsei University.

  • 2007 “Yonsei Global 5-5-10 Research Grant.” The 1st Year Research Grant from the Yonsei University.

  • 2008 “Democratization and Social Change.” The 1st Year Research Grant from The Academy of Korean Studies.

  • 2007 “Anti-corruption Measures and Coalition Building.” Korean Institute of Criminology.

  • 2006 “Evaluation of Major International Conferences on Korean Studies.” Korea Foundation.

  • 2005 “Globalization, NGOs and Environmental Governance.” Yonsei University.

  • 2005 “Partnerships in Negotiated Social Governance: Conflict Resolution between the State and NGOs.” Korean Institute of Criminology.

  • 2005 “Transnational Network Dynamics of NGOs for North Korean Refugees and Human Rights.” Center for International Studies, Yonsei University.

  • 2003 “Fulbright Lecturing/Research Grant.” CIES, Fulbright Foundation.

  • 2003 “Korean Studies Web Network.” The Institute of Korean Studies.

  • 2002 “Strategic Research Alliance Network: Korean Studies Programs and Research Centers.” Yonsei Center for Global Studies, Yonsei University.

  • 2002 “The State, Civil Society, and NGOs in Korea.” Yonsei Center for Global Studies, Yonsei University.

  • 2002 “From State-centric to Negotiated Governance: NGOs as Policy Entrepreneurs in South Korea.” Center for International Studies, Yonsei University.

  • 2001 “National Innovation Systems and Governance: Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.” Korea Research Foundation (with Shigemi Yoneyama and Ingyu Oh).

  • 2001 “The Dilemma of the Making of Civil Society in Democratic Transition: Civic Coalition for the 2000 General Elections in South Korea.” Yonsei University.

  • 2001 “Unraveling Civil Society in Korea: Old Discourses and New Insights.” Center for International Studies, Yonsei University.

  • 2000 “Female CEO’s IT Venture Firms: Current Issues and Policy Implications.” The Ministry of Information and Technology (with Hong-Jun Lew and others).

  • 2000 “NGOs in Pursuit of 'the Public Good' in South Korea.” Yonsei University.

  • 1999 "Comparative Studies on Global Networks of NGOs and Civil Society: Korea, Japan, U.S.A., and UN.” Korea Research Foundation (with Young-rae Kim and others)

  • 1998 “Asian Industrial Governance: Utilizing the Global Commodity Chains Perspective.” Asia Research Fund.

  • 1998 “Fragility or Continuity?: Economic Governance of East Asian Capitalism.” Center for International Studies, Yonsei University.

  • 1998 “Adoption Strategies of a Multinational Firm to the Socio-economic Environment in South Korea: The Case of Protor and Gamble.” (with David M. Dickson), Center for International Studies, Yonsei University.

  • 1997 “The State, Society, and Development in Korea” Asia Foundation (Washington D.C.)

  • 1997 “Development and Corruption in South Korea” Asia Foundation (Washington D.C.) (with Chung-in Moon and others)

  • 1997 “The Structuring of Korean Economic Governance in Historical Perspective” Yonsei University

  • 1997 “Civil Society and Non-Governmental Organizations in South Korea” Korea Research Foundation

  • 1997 “Population Dynamics of Industrial Organizations in South Korea” Center for International Studies

  • 1997 “Conflict Resolution across Cultures in Joint Ventures” Center for International Studies (with Young-Sun Paik, USA).

  • 1997 “The Evolution of the Korean Business System” The Institute for Modern Korean Studies 1997 “Asian Industrial Governance: States, Societies and Cultures in Comparative-Historical Perspective” Asia Research Fund (with Gary Hamilton, Richard Appelbaum, David Smith, Seok-Choon Lew, and Eun Mee Kim)

  • 1996 “Developmental NGOs in OECD Countries” Japan Foundation (with Shin-Wha Lee and others)

  • 1996 “Comparative Study of East Asian Culture and Nationality” KBS and Asia Research Fund (with Seok -Choon Lew and Gu-Ho Eum)

  • 1996 “Restructuring Public Enterprises in Era of Globalization: Corruption and
    Development” Korean Water Resource Development Institute (with Bok Song and others)

  • 1996 “Chinese Market Socialism and Changes in the Structure of Economic Governance” Institute for International Peace and Strategy (with Seok-Choon Lew and others)

  • 1995 “Comparative Study on the Coordination Strategy for Interest Conflicts” Korea Research Foundation (with Young-Rae Kim and others)

  • 1995 “Improvement of Welfare Programs for Workers in Large-scale Companies” Korea Labor Education Institute (with Jong-Whoe Yang and others)

  • 1994 “Quality of Life for Korean Workers” POSCO (with Bok Song and others)

  • 1994 “Economic Sociology: Theory and Method” Daewoo Foundation

  • 1993 “Institutionalizing Strategy for Coordinating Interest Conflicts” The Ministry of Public Affairs (with Young-Rae Kim and others)


  • Conference/Workshop Grants
  • 2009 “Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2009.” The Korea Foundation.

  • 2008 “Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2008.” The Korea Foundation.

  • 2007 “Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2007.” Korea Foundation.

  • 2006 “Korean Studies Workshop for American Educators 2006.” Korea Foundation.

  • 2006 “International Conference on Globalization and Socio-Cultural Changes in Comparative Perspective.” The Center for Future Human Resource Studies.

  • 2004 “The 1st International Korean Studies Workshop on Civil Society and Consolidating Democracy in Comparative Perspective.” T.S. Corporation.

  • 2003 “Yonsei-Berkeley Korean Studies Workshop.” Yonsei Center for Global Studies, Yonsei University.

  • 2002 “Research Agenda on East Asian Capitalism.” Social Science Research Council.

  • 1997 “International Workshop on Asian Industrial Governance” USC

  • 1996 “Historical Patterns of Economic Governance Structure in South Korea” Korea Foundation

  • 1993 “Workshop on East Asian Social Survey” Korea Research Foundation


  • Forum Grants
  • 2009– 2010 "Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation

  • 2008 – 2009 "Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation

  • 2007 – 2008 "Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation

  • 2006 – 2007 “Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation

  • 2005 – 2006 “Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation

  • 2004 - 2005 “Yonsei-KF Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation

  • 2003 - 2004 “Yonsei Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation

  • 2002 - 2003 “Yonsei Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation and Fulbright Foundation

  • 2001 - 2002 “Yonsei Korean Studies Forum.” Korea Foundation and Fulbright Foundation



  • Honors and Awards:
  • 2007  Outstanding Educators Worldwide (International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England)

  • 2007  2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century (International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England)

  • 2006  Marquis Who's Who in Asia

  • 2003  Marquis Who's Who in the World

  • 2003  Fulbright Lecture / Research Grant Award

  • 2001  Yonsei Distinguished Professor Award in Research

  • 1991  Research Fellowship at the University of Washington

  • 1988  Korean Honor Student Scholarship Award

  • 1982  Yonsei Exchange Student Scholarship Award
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