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  • 조기숙 (Kisuk Cho / Professor)
    Kisuk Cho is a political scientist educated at Ewha (B.A.) and Indiana University (Ph.D.). She has studied the role of ‘trust and social capital’ in the field of International Conflict Resolution, International Public Relations and Global Leadership.

    She has published numerous books and articles including “Female Labor Force Participation during Economic Crises in Argentina and the Republic of Korea”, “Do Women Lead Differently?” “Measurement Gap between Survey and Experimentation of Trust”. She is also a co-editor of Encyclopedia of Leadership.

    She is a founder of a venture company “Leadership Frontier” which provides business companies with leadership assessments and training programs. She has served for the Korean Political Science Review as an editor and for President of South Korea as a senior secretary in public relations.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Indiana University
    ResearchAmerican Politics, International Public Relations, Negotiation and Leadership, Women’s Studies
    Major FieldsInternational Negotiations, International Public Relations, Public Diplomacy, Global Women Leadership
    Tel+82-2-3277-3657
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  • 조영진 (Youngjeen Cho / Associate Professor )
    Yongjeen Cho is a lawyer whose interests include international trade law, trade negotiations, and trade and development. She went to Seoul National University, receiving a BA in law. She also received LL.M and S.J.D. degrees from Harvard Law School in 2006. She worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade for three years before she joined Ewha in 2008.
    Alma MaterS.J.D. Harvard Law School
    ResearchInternational Trade Law, Trade Negotiations, Trade and Development
    Major FieldsInternational Trade, International Law
    Tel+82-2-3277-6671
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  • 최병일 (Byung-il Choi / Professor)
    Byung-il Choi is a professor and the former Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies. Prior to joining the GSIS in 1997 as a founding faculty, he was a trade negotiator representing the Korean government. He was the Korean chief negotiator for the WTO basic telecom negotiations (1994-1997). He negotiated service agreement and the telecom annex at the Uruguay Round, the Korea-US telecom agreement, and the Korea-EU telecom agreement. He led the Korean initiative of the Asia-Pacific Information Infrastructure (APII) at the APEC Summit to reduce the information divide. His contribution was appreciated as instrumental in Korea’s rise to the global leader in the information and communication sector, as recognized by the two medals of excellence from the Korean government.

    Professor Choi the Founder and President of the Free Trade Academia - Professors for Free Trade, the Vice President of the United Nations Association-ROK, and a member of Trade Negotiations Advisory Council for the government of Korea. Most recently, he was the President of the Korea Economic Research Institute, a leading think tank representing the Korean business sector. He was a member of the National Economic Advisory Council for the President of Korea, and also a member of advisory council for the Ministry of Foreign Affair and Trade. He served the President of the Korea Association of Negotiation Studies and the President for the Korean Association of Trade and Industry Studies.

    Professor Choi has been a regular speaker to many high-profile international fora, including US-Korea Forum, Beijing Forum, Shanghai Forum, Korea-Japan Strategic Dialogue, Korea-US-China Trilateral Dialogue. His opinion has been printed in major Korea media outlet. His book, the Success and Failure of Trade Negotiations of Korea (2004), earned him the Korean Academy of Arts and Sciences Award. His book, The KORUS FTA: Against the All Odds (in Korean, 2006) was the national best-seller. His book includes China, New Paradigm (2016), A Nation Haunted by the Top 1%: Rebuilding Korean Economy (2014). His new book, North East Asia in 2030: Forging Ahead or Drifting Away? is forthcoming.

    Professor Choi received B.A. from Seoul National University and Ph.D. in economics from Yale. He was visiting professor at George Washington University, Grinnell College and Ghent University.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Yale University
    ResearchNegotiations Strategy, Trade Policy, Global Economic Governance, Political Economy of East Asia, US-China Relations, Trade Architecture in East Asia
    Major FieldsInternational Negotiations, International Trade, Korean Economy, International Political Economy
    Tel+82-2-3277-3656
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  • Brendan M. Howe (Professor / Associate Dean)
    Brendan Howe is an international theorist from the Southwest of England, trained at Oxford University (B.A./M.A. Modern History); the University of Kent at Canterbury (M.A. International Conflict Analysis); and the University of Dublin, Trinity College (Ph.D. Political Science).

    He joined GSIS in 2001 and lectures primarily on international relations, international security, governance, and human security. Previous posts include Visiting Professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University, and lecturer at University Malaysia Sarawak. His research leave (2014-2015) took him to Freie Universität Berlin, and (2007-2008) Korea National Defense University and the University of Sydney. He has published extensively in the fields of governance, human security, Northeast Asian security, foreign policy decision-making, post-conflict development, and humanitarian intervention. Recent publications include, (2017) National Security, State-centricity, and Governance in East Asia (ed.) (London: Palgrave Macmillan); (2016) Peacekeeping and the Asia-Pacific (with Boris Kondoch eds.) (Leiden: Brill); (2015) Democratic Governance in Northeast Asia: A Human-Centred Approach to Evaluating Democracy (ed.) (London: Palgrave Macmillan); (2014) Post-Conflict Development in East Asia (ed.) (London: Ashgate); (2013) The Protection and Promotion of Human Security in East Asia (Basingstoke: Palgrave).

    He is President of the Korean International Studies Association (KISA), and former President of the Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA). He is an advisor to the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and to the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He is the Chief Editor of the Asian International Studies Review, and a book series editor for Palgrave Macmillan.
    Alma MaterPh.D. University of Dublin, Trinity College
    ResearchInternational Relations, International Security, International Norms, Decision-Making, Governance, Human Security
    Major FieldsInternational Relations, International Security, Conflict Analysis, Global Governance
    Tel+82-2-3277-3348
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  • 전희경 (Hannah Jun / Assistant Professor)
    Hannah Jun specializes in the intersection between international business/finance and business ethics, with a focus on socially responsible investing and corporate governance/social responsibility. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. from Ewha Womans University and her B.A. from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She has previously taught at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Hanyang University, and Sogang University, and worked as an equity research analyst covering the semiconductor and IT industries at Lehman Brothers and Nomura Securities.

    Recent research in business ethics includes "Corporate Governance and the Institutionalization of Socially Responsible Investing in Korea" (2016), "Varieties of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): An Analysis of Prominent CSR Definitions in Korea" (2014), and "Investing Well by Investing For Good?: Exploring the Motivations of Socially Responsible Investors" (2013). In addition to academic research, she has been quoted in publications such as the Wall Street Journal and has served as a regular radio commentator on TBS eFM 101.3 MHz "Primetime" and "Main Street" as an expert on business and economy.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Ewha Womans University
    ResearchInternational Business/Finance, Corporate Governance, Socially Responsible Investing
    Major FieldsInternational Business, Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility, Financial Analysis and Planning
    Tel+82-2-3277-4060
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  • Thomas Kalinowski (Professor)
    Thoams Kalinowski studied political science at Philipps Unversitaet Marburg and Freie Universitaet Berlin. He received his Ph.D. from Freie Universitaet Berlin in 2004. Since graduation, he has been a visiting fellow at the East West Center Hawaii, a lecturer at Humboldt University Berlin, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California in Berkeley, and a visiting assistant professor at Brown University.

    He joined the Ewha GSIS faculty in 2007. He is interested in international political economy and development with a focus on the East Asian region. Recent publication include works on IMF structural adjustment in East Asia after the Asian financial crisis, financial liberalization in Korea, democratization and market oriented reforms in East Asia.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Freie Universitaet Berlin
    ResearchInternational Political Economy, Globalization and Development, Political Economy of East Asia
    Major FieldsInternational Studies
    Tel+82-2-3277-6636
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  • 김은미 (Eun Mee Kim / Professor)
    Eun Mee Kim is Professor and former Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies, Director of the Institute for Development and Human Security (IDHS), and Director of the Global Health Institute for Girls at Ewha Womans University (Seoul, South Korea). She is currently PI on a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on South Korea’s global public health advocacy (2013-16, 2016-19). She was PI on the National Research Foundation’s World Class University research grant comparing emerging and traditional donors, and the relationship between human security and development (2009-13). Before coming to Ewha, she was Professor in Sociology at the University of Southern California; and Visiting Scholar at Harvard University and Brown University.

    Research interests include East Asian development; development cooperation (foreign aid); globalization; multiculturalism and chaebol. Books include The South Korean Development Experience: Beyond Aid (Palgrave MacMillan, 2014, co-edited with Pil Ho Kim); Multicultural Society of Korea (Nanam Press, 2009, co-authored in Korean); Corporate Restructuring and Networks in Korea After the Financial Crisis (Seoul National University Press, 2005, co-authored in Korean); Big Business, Strong State: Collusion and Conflict in South Korean Development, 1960-1990 (State University of New York Press, 1997); and an edited book, The Four Asian Tigers: Economic Development and the Global Political Economy Development (Academic Press, 1998).

    She was President and founding member of the Korean Association of International Development Cooperation. She has been a member and also served in various positions at the American Sociological Association, International Sociological Association, and Association for Asian Studies. She served on the Regulatory Reform Committee and the Committee for International Development Cooperation, and the Policy Advisory Committees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. She was the first woman to be on the Board of Samsung Electronics (2013-16). In 2012, she received the Service Merit Medal from the Republic of Korea for her contributions to the Fourth High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Brown University
    ResearchPolitical Economy, International Development, Industrial Organization, Globalization, Multiculturalism
    Major FieldsInternational Political Economy, Development Cooperation
    Tel+82-2-3277-5985
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  • Jasper S. Kim (Professor)
    Jasper S. Kim, JD/MBA is an international lawyer, advisor, author and academic who specializes in negotiations, business law, social finance funding/innovation and East-West strategy. He is the Director of the Center for Conflict Management and former Director for the Global Career Management Center. He was a former visiting scholar at Harvard University (joint affiliation with Harvard Law School and the Korea Institute) and Stanford University. He. earned his graduate MSc degree from the London School of Economics (LSE), MBA degree from the University of London and his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Rutgers University School of Law. He received his negotiation training from the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.

    Prior to joining Ewha GSIS, he was Associate Director for Barclays Capital (Hong Kong, China), and previous to that position, Associate Legal Counsel for Lehman Brothers (Tokyo, Japan) covering complex multi-million dollar cross-border financial derivatives and structured lending transactions. Jasper Kim is widely published and an author of multiple best-selling books. He is also a frequent media contributor to the BBC, CNBC, Wall Street Journal (WSJ), and many others.
    Alma MaterJ.D. Rutgers University, School of Law, M.B.A. University of London, MSc. London School of Economics (LSE)
    ResearchInternational Negotiations, International Business Law, International Finance
    Major FieldsNegotiations, International Business Law, International Finance
    Tel+82-2-3277-4077
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  • 이인표 (Inpyo Lee / Professor)
    Inpyo Lee is an economist whose research has included theoretical and empirical macroeconomics, international finance, analysis of financial and fiscal policies in Korea, and economic education. He is the author of A Flow of-Funds Financial Model of Korea (1995), Global Taxation of Financial Income: Effects and Policy Implications (1996), and numerous articles on a wide range of topics. Trained at Seoul National University (B.A., M.A.) and Yale University (Ph.M., Ph.D.), Professor Lee was a research fellow at the Korea Institute of Public Finance before he joined Ewha.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Yale University
    ResearchMacroeconomics, Money and Banking, International Finance, Korean Economy, Economic Education
    Major FieldsInternational Economics, Korean Economy, Development Cooperation
    Tel+82-2-3277-2669
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  • 임은미 (Eun Mie Lim / Invited Professor / EWHA-KOICA Director)
    Eun Mie Lim is an economic sociologist who specializes in the fields of international development, ODA, gender and development, and East Asian economic development. She received her B.A. from Ewha Womans University (political science) and Doctorate and Mater’s degrees from the University of Washington. She has comprehensive training in theoretical and empirical studies of economic development of developing countries. Her recent researches include Korea’s ODA strategies, vocational training for women, and gender dimension of African development.
    Alma MaterPh.D. University of Washington
    ResearchEconomic Sociology, International Development, Gender and Development, East Asian Economic Development, Research Methodology
    Major FieldsDevelopment Cooperation, Gender and Development
    Tel+82-2-3277-3332
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  • 남영숙 (Young-sook Nam / Professor)
    Professor Young-sook Nam is an economist with extensive experience in international and national policy-making institutions. She worked as Economist at the OECD in Paris and as Research Economist at the International Labor Office (ILO) in Geneva. After returning to Korea, she served as Deputy Director-General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade where she played a leading role in a number of Korea’s FTA negotiations. She also led a research team specializing in the Chinese economy at the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP). She is Director and Founder of the Center for Global Social Responsibility (CGSR) and serves as a civilian member on the Committee for International Development Cooperation under the Prime Minister’s Office in Korea.

    Professor Nam received her BA in economics from Korea University and MA and Ph.D. from Stanford University. She has published widely on development cooperation, corporate social responsibility (CSR), social economy, international trade, and the Chinese economy. Her most recent publications include “Analysis of the Drivers and Constraints of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in China” (2015) and Fostering Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the Global Supply Chain: Capacity Building of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in APEC (2013).
    Alma MaterPh.D. Stanford University
    ResearchInternational Development, Development Economics, Trade Negotiations, Chinese Economy, Education and Labor Policy
    Major FieldsInternational Trade, Development Cooperation
    Tel+82-2-3277-6672
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  • Jennifer Sejin Oh (Associate Professor)
    Jennifer Oh is a political scientist who specializes in comparative political economy and East Asian politics. She received her Doctorate degree in Politics from Princeton University in 2009 and joined Ewha GSIS in the same year. Her main research areas are the politics of policy reform in East Asia, political economy of Japan and Korea and climate politics. Recent publications cover topics such as FTA politics, farm politics, climate politics, and democratic governance in East Asia.
    Alma MaterPh.D., Princeton University
    ResearchEast Asian Politics, Comparative Political Economy, International Trade
    Major FieldsInternational Political Economy, Development Cooperation
    Tel+82-2-3277-6797
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  • 오진환 (Jinhwan Oh / Associate Professor)
    Jinhwan Oh received his degrees from Yonsei (B.A.), Brown (M.A.) and Cornell University (Ph.D.). Prior to joining GSIS, he has taught international trade, microeconomics, and economic geography at International University of Japan. His research focuses on geographical aspects of economic development, political economy of international trade, and South Korea''s aid policies as an emerging donor.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Cornell University
    ResearchEconomic Development, International Trade, Development Cooperation, Regional Economics
    Major FieldsInternational Trade, Economic Development
    Tel+82-2-3277-6697
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  • Heather A. Willoughby (Associate Professor / Department Chair)
    Heather Willoughby is an ethnomusicologist specializing in the study of traditional Korean music, culture and society. She received her Master’s and Doctorate degrees from ColumbiaUniversity. In addition to her major studies, she has comprehensive training in social and cultural anthropology and Korean Studies, with broad interests in East Asian history, society, culture, religion as well as Women’s Studies. She has written numerous articles on Korean traditional and popular music and is currently preparing a book manuscript on emotional expression in Korean traditional music. At Ewha Professor WILLOUGHBY teaches a broad array of courses including Cross-Cultural Communications, Korean History and Culture, Women and Human Rights, Global Business Culture and Etiquette, and Women and Music.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Columbia University
    ResearchEast Asian Culture and Society, Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Korean Traditional and Popular Culture and Music
    Major FieldsInternational Culture, International Studies
    Tel+82-2-3277-4457
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  • 김혜경 (Hyekyung Kim / Invited Professor)
    Hyekyung Kim is recognized as one of the national leading authorities on civil society and international development. For the past two decades, she has worked to strengthen the contributions of non-governmental organizations to development as an advocate, organizer, writer, and activist, and extended development work in the countries including Vietnam, Mongolia, East Timor, Kenya and Rwanda. Hyekyung graduated from Seoul National University with Bachelor’s degree in Home Economics and was awarded Master of Science degree in Computer Science by Boston University. She joined Edward S. Mason Program in Public Policy and Management of Harvard Kennedy School and awarded the degree of Master in Public Administration by Harvard Kennedy School.

    Returning to Korea after living in the United States for ten years, she entered the world of non-governmental organizations in 1994 and spent the next seventeen years working in advocacy and development NGOs including Citizens’ Coalition for Economic Justice (CCEJ), Global Civic Sharing (GCS), ODA Watch, and Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP). In the cases of GCS and ODA Watch, Hyekyung played a leading role in founding the organizations. During this time, she worked as an adviser to the government including Korea Agency for International Cooperation (KOICA), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Ministry of Finance and Strategy. Hyekyung worked as adjunct professors at the Graduate School of NGOs of Kyung-Hee University and the Graduate School of International Studies of Ewha Womans University.

    In 2010 Hyekyung was appointed as the Secretary to the President for Women and Family Affairs of LEE Myung Bak Government, where she was overseeing national policies on gender, family, youth, childcare and population. One year later, she was appointed as the Secretary to the President for Civil Society, where she led policies on civil society, patriots and veterans, and programs to improve governmental engagement with a wide range of civil society groups. In 2013, Hyekyung joined the Graduate School of International Studies of Ewha Womans University as an invited professor, where gives lectures on civil society and development.
    Alma MaterM.S. Boston University, Computer Science, M.P.A. Havard Kenndy School Public Administration
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  • 박혜윤 (Hye Yun Park / Invited Professor)
    Hye Yun Park is Invited Professor in Department of International Studies at Ewha Womans University. She received her dual B.A. degree from Ewha Womens University (Library and Information Science/Sociology), M.A. from Indiana University (Political Science), master’s and doctoral degrees from the Graduate School of International Studies at Ewha Womans University (International Relations/Development Cooperation). She is currently serving on the Sub-Committee for Evaluation under the Committee for International Development Cooperation (CIDC) where the Korean ODA policies are coordinated and deliberated. Her recent research focuses on ownership of development aid, international environmental cooperation, social capital and political participation. She published in Korean Political Science Review, Review of International and Area Studies, and International Studies Review.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Ewha Womens University
    ResearchDevelopment Cooperation, Political Economy, Sociology
    Major FieldsSustainable Development, International Organizations, Regional Integration in Europe and Asia
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  • 변인수 (Lynn Pyun / Invited Professor)
    Lynn Pyun specializes in how the institutional context shapes business performances at the international level. Her research focuses on a nation’s business firms with companies as her main unit of analysis. Reflecting her international and multi-disciplinary background, Lynn is especially interested in topics related to cross-border activities.

    Her current research interest flows along two streams: first, how multinational corporations strategically adapt to local institutions as they move on to overseas markets; second, how organizations can motivate workers with the highest potential to maximize their productivity. Her recent joint work in Administrative Science Quarterly (2018) has been quoted by major media outlets such as the Economist, Forbes, Huffington Post and Korea Herald.

    Prior to Ewha, Lynn was an Assistant Professor of International Business in Zicklin School of Business, City University of New York (CUNY), and a post-doctoral associate in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Yonsei University and both her Master’s and Ph.D. degrees from MIT.
    Alma MaterPh,D. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    ResearchInternational Business, Knowledge Management, Global Strategy
    Major FieldsGlobalization, International Economic Development, Innovation, Women's Status
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  • 신혜수 (Heisoo Shin / Invited Professor)
    Heisoo Shin received her Ph. D in sociology from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. She was a faculty for seven years at Hanil University and Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Jeonju, from which she resigned in 2000 to fully commit to the women’s movement at the national, regional and international levels. As a leader in three national women’s organizations, she has successfully led the movement for legislation on violence against women, which resulted in new laws on sexual violence (1993), domestic violence (1997) and trafficking and prostitution (2004). Internationally, she raised the issue of military sexual slavery by Japan, the so-called ‘comfort women’ issue, and her activities produced, among others, two UN special rapporteurs’ reports on the issue adopted by the Commission on Human Rights and its Sub-Commission. Nationally, she served as a commissioner of the Presidential Commission on Sustainable Development (2002-2005), as well as a commissioner of the National Human Rights Commission (2005-2008), and was a visiting professor of the Graduate School of NGO Studies at Kyung Hee University (2001-2007). For eight full years (2001-2008), she was an expert of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women of the United Nations, a monitoring body of the implementation of the CEDAW Convention. Currently, she is a member of the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights which monitors the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. She also represents two national NGOs, the Korean Center for UN Human Rights Policy (KOCUN) and the National Movement for Eradication of Sex Trafficking. Her expertise is in the area of international human rights mechanism, women’s human rights and global gender policies.
    Alma MaterPh.D. Rutgers University
    Major FieldsSociology
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