Institute for Corean-American Studies

Jae Ho Chung
Biographic Sketch

Jae Ho Chung of Republic of Korea is Associate Professor in Seoul National University's Department of International Relations and currently CNAPS Fellow at the Brookings Institution for 2002-3. Jae Ho has worked previously as Assistant Professor in the Division of Social Sciences at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and as Visiting Fellow at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. A specialist in Chinese politics, especially center-province relations and Sino-Korean relations, he is Founding Coordinator of the Korean Association of Chinese Political Studies (KACPS) and Editor of the KACPS Newsletter. He sits on the editorial committees of several scholarly journals such as China: An International Journal, China Perspectives, and Provincial China: Research, News, and Analysis. Dr Chung has authored, among other works, Central Control and Local Discretion in China: Leadership and Implementation during Post-Mao Decollectivization (Oxford University Press, 2000); The Korean-American Alliance and the “Rise of China” ( Stanford University, 1999); China's Reform and Opening, 1980-2000 (Seoul, Kachi, 2002); "South Korea Between Eagle and Dragon: Perceptual Ambivalence and Strategic Dilemma," (Asian Survey, Vol. 41, No. 5, 2001); and "Falungong, Internet, and the Politics of Internal Control," Korean Journal of Political Science (Vol. 35, No. 3, Fall 2001, in Korean). Jae Ho received a B.A. from Seoul National University, an M.A. from Brown University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 1993. His main study topic in 2002-2003 is "How America Views South Korea-China Bilateralism."

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Bulletin of October 1, 2002
Fall 2002 Symposium
China's Reform at Twenty: A Mid-Term Appraisal and Challenges Ahead

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