Hye Jee Cho
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
Assistant Professor, Division of Social Science
Tel (852) 2358 7830
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AREAS OF EXPERTISE
International political economy, international relations, comparative politics
Hye Jee Cho is a political scientist specializing in international political economy and comparative politics. Focusing on emerging markets, she studies the political economy of investment and finance, international organizations, globalization, and development. Prior to joining the faculty of HKUST, she was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in International Politics at the University of Rochester.
SELECTED PAPERS & PUBLICATIONS
- Cho, H. 2014. “Impact of IMF Programs on Perceived Creditworthiness of Emerging Market Countries: Is There a ‘Nixon-Goes-to-China’ Effect?” International Studies Quarterly 58 (2): 308–321.
- Cho, H. 2009. “Democracy and Sovereign Credit Ratings: Do Democratic Institutions Boost Investor Confidence?” The Korean Political Science Review 43 (5): 113–135.
- Cho, H. 2009. “Do IMF Programs Discipline Budget Deficit? The Effects of IMF Programs on Government Budget Balance, Expenditure, and Revenue.” The Korean Journal of International Relations 49 (6): 7–33.
- Cho, H. “Political Risk, Labor Standards, and Foreign Direct Investment” Revise and Resubmit, Studies in Comparative International Development
- Cho, H. “Impact of Collective Labor Rights and Political Risk on Foreign Direct Investment Inflows in Emerging Market Countries”
- Cho, H. “Veto Players and Sovereign Debt
- Cho. H. and P.-S. Koh. “Free Trade Agreements and Financial Capital Flows”
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