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Professor's Profile

Sung-Hoon Park

Education

* Nov. 1992 Ph.D. in Economics, Technical University of Berlin (TUB), Germany, with the record of "summa cum laude"
* Aug. 1990 On-leave Participant of "Advanced Studies Program in International
* May 1991 Economic Policy Research" hosted by Kiel Institute of World Economics, Germany - Advanced Studies Certificate -
* May 1987 Diplom (MA) in Economics, University of Tübingen, Germany
* Feb. 1982 B.A. in Business Administration, Seoul National University, Korea

Professional Experience

* Professor of Economics and International Trade, GSIS, Korea University (March 1997 - Now)
* Executive Director, Global Research Institute, Korea University (February 1999)
* Appointed member of KOPEC (January 1998 - Now)
* Research Fellow, Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) (Apr. 1993 - Feb. 1997)
* Member of Korea's Official Pool of International Economists (KOPIE, formerly GAGIEA), Sections "EU" and "APEC" (Jan. 1994 - Now)
* Director of the Department for Research Coordination, KIEP (Aug. 1994- July 1995)
* Lecturer and Research Assistant in Economics Department, TUB, Germany (1988 - 1993)
* Chief Economist, HANA Bank Research Institute - on leave from the TUB (Mar. - July 1992)
* Lecturer in International Economics, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies - on leave from the TUB - (Mar. - July 1992)
* Credit Analyst, Korea Investment and Finance Corporation (Now HANA Bank)1981 - 1982

Lectures Abroad

* July 14 - 18, 2000 Academy of International Trade Law, hosted by the Macau Institute for European Studies in Macau
(lecture on "Dumping and Subsidies vs. Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties")
* August 17, 2000 The Third ASEF Summer School, hosted by the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) in Lund, Sweden
(Lecture on " Asia-Europe Cooperation - The ASEM Process: An Asian View")
* July 16 -18, 2001 Academy of International Trade Law, hosted by the Macau Institute for European Studies in Macau
(lecture on "Regionalism and Multilateralism In the East Asian Context")
* Oct. 22 - 27, 2001 Macau Institute for European Studies (lecture on "The Economics of International Trade and the WTO")
* July 9 - 13, 2001 Macau Institute for European Studies (lecture on "The Economics of International Trade and the WTO")

Sponsored Research Activities Abroad

* July 2000 (2 weeks) Research on "Economic Relations between Asia and Europe in the Context of ASEM), funded by Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation, Korea Office.
* January 2002 Research Visit to Brussels to conduct Research on "EU Enlargement and (3 weeks) Industrial Competitiveness" and "Korea (Asia) - EU Trade Relations", sponsored by Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation

Current Affiliation

* Jan. 1998 - Now Appointed Member of KOPEC, Member of Trade Policy Working Group
* Jan. 1998 - Now Research Fellow, Ilmin International Relations Institute
* Jan. 1999 - Now Member of Advisory Committee for Long-term External Economic Policy of the Korean government
* Jan. 1994 - Now Member of Korea's Official Pool of International Economists (KOPIE, formerly GAGIEA), Sections "EU" and "APEC"

Professional Membership

* The APEC Studies Association of Korea (Board Member)
* The EU Studies Association of Korea (Secretary General, Board Member)
* The Korean Association for Comparative Economic Studies (Member of Editorial Board)
* The Korea Association of Trade and Industry Studies (Steering Committee, Editorial Board)
* The Korea Association of Negotiation Studies (Board Member)
* The Korea Economic Association (Member)
* The Korea-German Economic Association (Board Member, Editor-in-Chief: 2000-2002)
* The Korea International Economic Association (Member)
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