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Yonsei GSIS has assembled one of the finest international studies faculties in Asia. All of our faculty members have extensive teaching and research experience at leading global institutions and they have become international leaders in their chosen fields. They have outstanding credentials and a wealth of academic and professional experience. Click on the photos below to see detailed bios.

Lee, Jung-Hoon (이정훈)
Dean of the GSIS
Professor of International Relations
D.Phil., University of Oxford (Modern Diplomatic History, St. Antony’s College), 1992
Foreign Policy, International Security, Human Rights, and East Asian Affairs



Han, Sukhee (한석희)
Associate Dean of GSIS, Director of Center for International Studies, Chair of International Cooperation Program, Chair of Global Citizenship and Cooperation
Professor of Chinese Studies
Ph.D. Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, 1998
Chinese Security and Foreign Relations, China's Power politics, US-China Relations, Korea-China Relations, and China-North Korean Relations

82-2-2123-3962 · Room : 616


Choi, Ajin (최아진)

Professor of International Relations
Ph.D. Political Science, Duke University, 2001
Alliance Behaviors, Democracy and International Cooperation, International Conflict and its Resolution

82-2-2123-6298 · Room : 617


Delury, John

Professor of Chinese Studies
Director of Center on Oceania Studies
Ph.D. in History, Yale University, 2007
Modern Chinese History, US-China Relations, Korean Peninsula Diplomacy

82-2-2123-6284 · Room : 501


Hahm, Joon-Ho (함준호)

Chair of International Trade, Finance and Management
Professor of International Economics and Finance
Ph.D. Business, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University, 1993
Financial Markets, Financial Institutions and Macroeconomic Policies

82-2-2123-4210 · Room : 603


Han, Seung-Mi (한승미)

Associate Professor of Japanese Studies
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1995 (Anthropology)
Dynamics of culture and information technology, Corporate culture of IT firms in Korea and Japan

82-2-2123-4418 · Room : 612


Jung, Tae Yong (정태용)

Professor of Sustainable Development
Ph. D. Economics, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 1991
Energy & Environment Economics, Sustainable Development

02-2123-3594 · Room : 517


Kim, Donghun (김동훈)

Professor of Economics
Ph.D. in Economics, Cornell University, August 2002
Industrial Organization, Energy Policy, Trade and Development

82-2-2123-6287 · Room : 608


Kim, Dong-Jae (김동재)

Professor of Strategy and International Business
Ph.D. Strategy and Multinational Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1992
Evolution of Firm Capabilities, Industry Convergence and Emerging Strategies, Corporate Transformation

82-2-2123-4007 · Room : 618


Kim, Hyuk-Rae (김혁래)

Professor of Korean Studies
Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Washington, 1992
Economic Sociology, Korean Society and Culture, Civil Society and NGOs, Economic and Social Governance, East Asian Political Economy, Migration and Multiculturalism, Research Design and Methods, and Social Statistics

82-2-2123-4705 · Room : 615


Kim, Jong Bum (김종범)

Professor of International Trade Law
J.D., Duke University School of Law, May 2004
Law and Development, Understanding FTA, International Trade Law and Policy

jongbumkim@yonsei.ac.kr / https://sites.google.com/site/jbkim2004
82-2-2123-6288 · Room : 614


Kim, Michael (김마이클)
Chair of Korean Studies Program, Director of Institute for Modern Korean Studies
Professor of Korean Studies
Ph.D. in East Asian Languages and Civilization, Harvard University, 2004
Cultural history, Urban history, Cultural production, Identity formation

82-2-2123-6294 · Room : 613


Lee, Heejin (이희진)

Professor of Global IT Management
Ph.D. Information Systems, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1997
Standards/standardization, ICT4D (ICT for Development), Digital business/trade

82-2-2123-3288 · Room : 606


Lee, Jeong Yeon (이정연)
Chair of Global Studies
Professor of International Economics
Ph.D in Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 1994
International Trade and Finance, Financial Sector Development and Economics of Technological Change

82-2-2123-4645 · Room : 602


Mo, Jongryn (모종린)

Professor of International Political Economy
Ph.D. Political Economics, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, 1992
Formal political theory, political economy of development, East Asian regionalism

82-2-2123-4008 · Room : 609


Rhee, Namuh (이남우)

Visiting Professor
Senior Advisor, Career Development Center
MBA, The University of Chicago, USA



Rhyu, Sang-young (류상영)

Professor of Political Economy
Ph.D. Political Economy, Graduate School of Political Science, Yonsei University, 1995
East Asian Political Economy, Network Capitalism and Informal Politics, Korean Political History and Business, Globalization and Democratization in East Asia, Korean Chaebols and Economic Reform, Korean Model and Development Cooperation, Nationalism in Korean History

82-2-2123-3961 · Room : 619


Sohn, Yul (손열)

Professor of International and Japanese Political Economy
Director, Institute for Global Sustainability
Ph.D., The University of Chicago (Political Science), Chicago, Illinois, USA, 1994
Japanese politics and foreign policy, international political economy, East Asian international relations

82-2-2123-4183 · Room : 604


Yoon, Semee (윤세미)

Assistant Professor of Sustainable Development & Cooperation
UIC Joint Appointment
Ph.D in Sustainable Development, Columbia University, 2015
Nexus of Development and Environmental Economics to Enhance Livelihoods of the Poor

yoonsemee@yonsei.ac.kr / http://semeeyoon.academic.bio/



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