Yong Jae Kim Ph.D.

College of Liberal Arts - Department of History and International Studies

GRADUATE:

Ph.D., Political Science, University of Missouri – Columbia

M.A., Political Science, Korea University – Seoul, Korea

UNDERGRADUATE:

B.A., Political Science, Dongguk University – Seoul, Korea

BIOGRAPHY:

Yong Jae Kim joined the Department of History and International Studies as an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Hawaii Pacific University in August 2018. Previously, he worked at International Training Institute/Asian Affairs Center at University of Missouri – Columbia.

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS:

Yong Jae Kim’s academic interests cover political behavior, political institutions, political economy, East Asian politics, national security and foreign policy. His research focuses on the relationships between social conflicts and political institutions. As an instructor, he strives to provide students with how to find their own answers to crucial questions of political, social, and international phenomena.

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Kim, Yong Jae. 2018. “Issue Ownership and Electoral Rule: Empirical Evidence from

     Japan.” Government & Opposition, 1-16. doi:10.1017/gov.2018.8.

  • Kim, Yong Jae. 2017. “Unsung Religious Politics after Korea’s Democratization: Analysis of

     Empirical Evidence.” Asian Survey, 57(6): 1159–1179.

 See more at Yong Jae Kim’s website: www.yongjkim.com

 

Yong Jae Kim

Assistant Professor
Ph.D.

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