Grimes and Lee Publish Article Exploring Impact of South Korea’s Developmental Legacy
Professor Grimes and Yaechan Lee show that in times of economic stress, the NPS has shifted its investments to support state objectives of financial stabilization rather than profit maximization, demonstrating the ways in which developmentalist legacies live long after their official mandates have changed.
Schmidt Comments on What to Expect in 2022
Professor Schmidt predicts that “2022 is likely to continue to surprise us, for the better (political economy) or for the worse (security).”
Brulé Publishes Article Analyzing Political Economy Gender Gap
Coauthors Brulé and Gaikwad’s find that lineage norms – which determine who gets to make decisions about wealth and how – are key determinants of the political economy gender gap.
Ban Publishes on Political Economy of Shadow Banking
Prof. Cornel Ban’s article was published in the Review of International Political Economy.