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Dr. Su-Hyun Lee is Assistant Professor and the Coordinator of the MSc International Political Economy Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She received her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Su-Hyun primarily studies the issues of international and comparative political economy (IPE/CPE) with a focus on trade, labor, distributive, and redistributive politics. Her research focuses on explaining the impact of domestic political institutions and interest groups on foreign economic policy and exploring the political and socioeconomic outcomes generated by countries’ integration into the global economy. She is currently working on a book project that explores the political dynamics of US trade policy. Her other research projects examine the consequences of global economic integration, including the electoral effects of localized trade shocks, the skill-bias of tariff protection, and the political and economic consequences of Chinese aid and investment in developing countries. Her research publications have appeared in political science and international relations journals, including Political Science Research and Methods, Political Studies, The Social Science Journal, Revista Derechos en Acción, Asian Journal of Comparative Politics, and World Development.
Areas of Expertise
- International and Comparative Political Economy
- International Trade and U.S. Trade Politics
- (Re)Distributive Politics
- Political Institutions, Parties and Party Systems
- Research Methods
- Developing Countries, and Korean Politics
Research Associate, Constituency-Level Elections Archive Project, Center for Political Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 2013
Reviewer for American Journal of Political Science
ASEAN Free Trade Agreements
23 May, 2023
Ukraine War Impact: Changing the Economic Order
26 April, 2022
RCEP: What to Expect in 2022
28 January, 2022
US-China Trade War: Emerging Dilemmas
11 June, 2019
G20 in Buenos Aires: End of US-China Trade War?
05 December, 2018
CO18116 | Trump’s Protectionism: What Future for US Trade Policy?
10 July, 2018
CO17217 | Trump’s Asia Trip: Inconsistent US Foreign Policy?
16 November, 2017
CO16235 | G20 Summit: What Now After the Hangzhou Consensus?
23 September, 2016
CO15222 | The TPP and WTO: A Win-win or Zero-sum Situation?
21 October, 2015
- “China’s BRI Developmental Agency in its Own Words: A Content Analysis of Key Policy Documents” (with Alves, Ana Cristina) in World Development, Vol. 150, 2022. 105715
- “ASEAN’s Economic Security and Regional Economic Cooperation: Past, Present, and Future” in Asian Journal of Comparative Politics, 2021, pp. 1-19
- “El impacto de los programas y la condicionalidad del FMI en los derechos laborales (The Impact of IMF Programs and Conditionality on Labor Rights)” (with Byungwon Woo) in Derechos En Acción, 18, 18, 2021. pp. 435-478
- “Mobile phone users as pseudo-brokers in clientelism: evidence from Africa” (with Han Il Chang) in The Social Science Journal , 2021. pp. 1-27
- “IMF = I’M Fired! IMF Program Participation, Political Systems, and Workers’ Rights” (with Woo Byungwon) in Political Studies, Vol. 60, No. 3, 2020. pp. 514-537
- “Party Competition and the Inter-Industry Structure of US Trade Protection” in Political Science Research and Methods, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2017, pp. 489-509
Last updated on 11/05/2022