Wilson Center Projects
"Divergent Path of Economic Development of the Two Koreas since the 1970's: Focusing on the Networks of Trade, Finance and Technology"
Chong Min Kim is a PhD candidate and a lecturer of Graduate International Studies (GSIS), Seoul National University (SNU) and a Global PhD Fellow of National Research Foundation. She is a BA in Economics at SNU, and MA in International Studies at GSIS SNU. Her article "The U.S.'s Economic Disengagement Policy and Korea's Industrial Transformation: Implications of the Textile Disputes (1969-1971) for the Quasi-Alliance in East Asia", will be published in Seoul Journal of Korean Studies in June 2014. She translated The New Green History of the World by Clive Ponting into Korean. Conference presentations include; “A Brief Introduction to a New Perspective on Korean War" (Cambridge-SNU Workshop), “Korea's Policy Shift toward Heavy and Chemical Industry", (AKSE), “386 Generation and Korea's Democracy”, (Harvard-Yenching Institute Advanced Training Seminar), and "Changing Patterns of Consumption Culture-A Diachronic Sketch Focusing on the Korean Economic Development Period", (Worldwide Consortium for Korean Studies).
"The U.S.'s Economic Disengagement Policy and Korea's Industrial Transformation: Implications of the Textile Disputes (1969-1971) for the Quasi-Alliance in East Asia", Seoul Journal of Korean Studies (June 2014)