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Current Visiting Scholars at the Center for Korea Studies
Dr. Wonseok Choi
Associate Professor, Department of Science in Taxation and Graduate School of Science in Taxation, University of Seoul, South Korea
Dr. Choi received his Ph.D. in Business Administration (Tax Accounting) from Seoul National University in 2003 and has been teaching Tax Accounting and Strategic Tax Planning at University of Seoul since 2004. He has served numerous times as an editor and editorial board member for major academic journals in South Korea. His current research draws upon his own experience as a former secretary general of the Korean Taxpayers Union.
Dr. Jae Hoon Hyun
Associate Professor, Department of International Business, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea
Dr. Hyun's prime research interests are the formation of international strategic alliances and collaborative innovation. He has experience in business and strategy development consulting for firms’ collaborative innovation.
Dr. Hangwoo Lee
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Chungbuk National University, South Korea
Dr. Lee earned his Ph.D. in sociology from University of New York at Buffalo in 2003. His research interests include social, cultural, economic, and political implications of the Internet. Dr. Lee's works have appeared in The Information Society, Information, Communication & Society, The Sociological Quarterly, Sociological Inquiry, and many other Korean sociological journals.
Dr. Jeesoo Lee
Associate Professor, Department of Social Welfare, Kunsan National University, South Korea
Dr. Lee earned her Ph.D. in social welfare from Seoul National University in 2002. She has been teaching social work practice and social work with the disabled at Kunsan National University since 2003. Her research interests include social work practice, disability studies, school social work and welfare for children with disabilities. Dr. Lee’s work has appeared in the Korean Journal of Social Welfare, Journal of Disability and Welfare, Journal of Korean Council for Children’s Rights, Korean Journal of Social Welfare Studies, and Journal of School Social Work.
Dr. Sang Gil Lee
Professor, Cultural Studies at the Graduate School of Communication & Arts, Yonsei University, South Korea
Dr. Lee Dr. Lee is Professor of Cultural Studies at the Graduate School of Communication & Arts at Yonsei University. He received his Ph.D. in Cultural Sociology from University of Paris 5 in 1999 and has been teaching Media Cultural Studies and Media History at Yonsei University since 2004. His select recent publications include Socio-Cultural history of Korean Broadcasting (editor, Seoul: Hanul Press, 2011) and “Oral Life Histories of 5 Female Cultural Producers in the Earlier Korean Broadcasting” (2011).
Dr. Wang Hwi Lee
Ph.D.(London School of Economics and Political Science), Associate Professor at Ajou University, Suwon, South Korea
Dr. Lee has taught international political economy since 2006. He is the co-author of “The Politics of Economic Reform in South Korea: Crony Capitalism after Ten Years" and "Pulling South Korea away from China’s Orbit: The Strategic Implications of the Korea-US Free Trade Agreement." His research interests have been focused on issues of the political economy of economic policy and institutions in East Asian countries.
Dr. Jinhee Son
Associate Professor, Department of Counseling and Industrial Psychology, Sun Moon University, South Korea
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