Dr. Wonik Kim, Professor of Political Science

Dr. Wonik Kim 

Associate Professor

PhD: New York University
Office: 229 W.C. Stubbs Hall
Phone: 225-578-5354
Fax: 225-578-2540
E-mail: wkim@lsu.edu



Curriculum Vitae

Area of Interest

Dr. Kim studies comparative politics with particular emphasis on East Asia. His research areas include political economy, globalization, and the politics of capitalism.

Selected Publications

Kim, Wonik. 2016. "Economic Globalization, Inequality, and Protest Movements under Capitalist Political Regimes." International Journal of Comparative Sociology 57 (5): 267-287.

Kim, Wonik. 2010. "Polanyi's Double Movement and Neoliberalization in Korea and Japan." Social Movement Studies 9 (4): 373-392.

Kim, Wonik, and Jennifer Ghandhi. 2010. "Coopting Workers under Dictatorship." Journal of Politics 72 (3): 646-658. 

Courses

POLI 4062 Comparative Political Economy
POLI 4050 Globalization and Politics
POLI 4067 Politics of East Asia
POLI 7974 Sem: State and Society
POLI 7976 Comparative Political Economy


About

Wonik Kim, Associate Professor (Ph.D., New York University, 2004), studies Comparative Politics with particular emphasis on East Asia.  His current research areas include political economy, globalization, and the politics of capitalism. His research has appeared in Business and Politics, European Political Science Review, International Journal of Comparative Sociology, International Social Security Review, Journal of Contemporary Asia, Journal of Socio-Economics, Journal of Politics, Review of Political Economy, Review of Radical Political Economics, Studies in Comparative International Development, Social Movement Studies, Social Science Quarterly, Rationality and Society, Theory, Culture, and Society.