Giwoong Jung

Guest Researcher

Giwoong Jung left PRIO in 2005. The information on this page is kept for historical reasons.

Research Interests

* North Korean Nuclear Issues (especially on negotiation process)

* Peace Building Measures on the Korean Peninsula (CBM, Disarmament & Arms Reduction)

* The Two-face Game Theory - A New Approach to Robert D. Putnam's Two-level Game Theory

* Cyberpolitics - Politics on the net

Background

Languages spoken:

Korean - mother tongue, English, some Japanese, Spanish

Working experience:

* Education Experience

1999 - Present Instructor
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

2003 - Present Instructor
Duksung Women's University

2002 Instructor
The Graduate School of Policy Sciences
Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

2002 Instructor
The Graduate School of International Relations The Catholic University of Korea

2002 Instructor
Daejeon University

* Relevant Professional Experience

1997 - Present Chairman of ETON Private Institute
Have run a private institute for senior high-school students. The institute helps students to prepare for the College Entrance Exam, which is called CSAT(College Scholastic Ability Test) in Korea.

1996 Assistant to the President of the Korea Foundation
Worked for the Korea Foundation as an assistant to the president of the Korea Foundation. The foundation aims to promote a better understanding of Korea in the international community and to foster global friendship by conducting various exchange activities between the Republic of Korea and foreign countries around the world.

1992 - 1996 Research Fellow
Worked for the Korean Political Economic Institute as a research fellow and assistant to the chairman. Worked with the presidential campaign team for Youngsam Kim, who was elected for the President of the Republic of Korea in 1992. The Chairman of the Korean Political Economic Institute later filled various Government posts, including the deputy director of National Security Planning Board, Ambassador at Large, and President of the Korea Foundation, and I was with him at his every posts as his assistant.

Education:

Ph.D. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies 2002 Political Science - International Relations

M.A. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies 1992 Political Science - International Relations

B.A. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies 1989 Political Science

* Dissertations for Degrees

Ph.D. : A New Approach to Robert D. Putnam's Two-Level Game Theory - An Interpretative Case Study on Nuclear Negotiations between the U.S. and North Korea 1993 ¡­ 1994

M.A. : A Study on the Possibility of Arms Reduction on the Korean Peninsula