Global Strategy Lab
Politics of Forest Ad Hoc Lab
Yujin Chung is a PHD student in the Department of Political Science at the Yonsei University. Her area of interests are authoritarian regimes, ODA, FDI, New Southern Policy, and ASEAN. Specifically, her research focuses on analyzing the domestic and international interaction between authoritarian regimes and other countries in terms of economy and political regime. Her master’s thesis covered the influence of global economic strategy pushing forward by China to its surrounding countries could change by the domestic political and economic variables of the surrounding countries. Moreover, she is interested in analyzing topics associated with mini-multilateral cooperation by the New Southern Policy and ASEAN in general. She is currently the lab manager and research assistant of the New Southern Policy Lab which belongs to the Global Strategy Lab. As she became more interested in the political environment perspectives in recent years, she has participated in the Politics of Forest Ad Hoc Lab with experiences of working as a research and administrative assistant in projects by the Korea Forest Service and Professor Wooyeal Paik.
Yujin entered the PhD program in September, 2021 after her master’s program at the Yonsei University with Political Science major. Previously, she worked at KOTRA Toronto, the Commercial Section of Consulate General of the Republic of Korea after graduating from the University of Toronto with a double major in Political Science and East Asian Studies.