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Jee-Kwang Park
Department : Department of Diplomatic Strategy Studies
Contact : 031-750-7575
Position : Research Fellow
E-Mail : jkpark@sejong.org

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Degree and Work Experience

 

Educational Background

Institution

Major

Degree

Year

Columbia University

Political Science

Ph.D

2005

Seoul National University

Political Science

MA

1996

Seoul National University

Political Science

BA

1994

 

 

Academic Appointments

Year

Title

Employer

2017.Aug~

2013. Aug ~2017.July

Research Fellow

Assistant Professor

 

The Sejong Institute

Department of Political Science,

Nazarbayev University

2012. Sep ~ 2013. July

Assistant Professor

 

Department of Political Science,

American University in Cairo

2012. Jan ~ 2012. June

Lecturer in Quantitative Methods

Department of Politics,

University of Virginia

2007 ~ 2010

 

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs,

Princeton University

2006 ~ 2007

Post-Doctoral Instructor in Methodology

Department of Political Science,

Penn State University

 

 

 

 

Publications

 

Selected Journal Articles

“Elections, Uncertainty, and Irreversible Investment,” 2014. British Journal of Political Science , 44(1): 83-106  (with Brandice Canes-Wrone).

“Voting for Justice: Change and Continuity in Confirmation Voting 1937-2010,” 2013. Journal of Politics, 75(2): 283-299 (with Charles M. Cameron and Jonathan Kastellec).

“Electoral Business Cycles in OECD countries,” 2012. American Political Science Review, 106(1): 103-122  (with Brandice Canes-Wrone).

“Judicial Independence and Retention Elections,” 2012. Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, 28(2): 211-234 (with Brandice Canes-Wrone and Tom Clark).

“Evidence from Presidents' Campaigns for Supreme Court Nominees, 1930-2009,” 2011. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 41(3): 442-470 (with Charles Cameron).

“Changing Supreme Court Policy Through Appointments: The Impact of a New Justice,” 2009. University of Minnesota Law Review, 93(5): 1820-1870 (with Charles Cameron).

“How Will They Vote? Predicting the Future Behavior of Supreme Court Nominees, 1937-2006,” 2009. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 6(3): 485-511 (with Charles Cameron).

 

Interests and Expertise

 U.S. Politics, International & Comparative Political Economy, Eurasia Politics, Election and Public Opinion, Judicial Politics

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