Wilson Center Projects
North Korean Reform and the Development-Security Nexus under Kim Jong Un
Kevin Gray is a lecturer in International Relations at the School of Global Studies, University of Sussex. He is the author of Korean Workers and Neoliberal Globalisation (Routledge, 2008), Labour and Development in East Asia: Social Forces and Passive Revolution (Routledge, 2015). He has co-edited volumes on (with Barry Gills) People Power in an era of global crisis: rebellion, resistance and liberation (2012); (with Craig Murphy) Rising Powers and the Future of Global Governance (2013); (with Barry Gills) Rising Powers and South-South Cooperation (2017). He has published widely on various aspects of East Asian political economy, and his work has appeared in Review of International Political Economy, Journal of Contemporary Asia, New Left Review, Pacific Review, North Korean Review, Globalizations, New Political Economy, and Third World Quarterly.
- Publication OneKevin Gray (with Jong-Woon Lee), "Following in China's Footsteps? The Political Economy of North Korean Reform." The Pacific Review, (30:1, 2017).
- Publication TwoKevin Gray (with Jong-Woon Lee), "Cause for optimism? Financial sanctions and the rise of the Sino-North Korean border economy." Review of International Political Economy, (24: 3, 2017).
- Publication ThreeKevin Gray, "Between Politics and Economic in Seoul’s North Korea Policy” North Korean Review, (12:1, 2016), pp.35-50.