Joon Nak Choi
PhD, Stanford University
Assistant Professor, Department of Management
Tel (852) 9226 0253
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AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Social network analysis, organizational theory, corporate strategy, globalization and global cities, industry clusters, Korean Studies
Prior to HKUST, Prof. Choi was the William Perry Postdoctoral Fellow at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University, where he researched the social capital linking Korean corporations to key overseas markets. His co-authored monograph on this subject is currently under review at Stanford University Press. Prof. Choi's ongoing research continues to focus upon the effects of social and political capital in emerging market contexts, especially Korea and China.
SELECTED PAPERS & PUBLICATIONS
- Gi-Wook Shin and Joon Nak Choi. 2015. “Global Talent: Skilled Labor as Social Capital in Korea”. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
- Choi, Joon Nak, Myung-koo Kang and Gi-Wook Shin. 2014. “Democratic Transition and Intra-Party Politics: The Distribution of Key Party Positions in Democratizing South Korea.” Forthcoming at The Journal of Korean Studies 19(1), Spring 2014.
- Shin, Gi-Wook and Joon Nak Choi. 2012. “Economic Globalization and Expatriate Labor in Korea.” In South Korea and the Global Economy in Transition: Selected Working Papers. Ed. Byongwon Bahk and Gi-Wook Shin. Stanford, CA: The Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center at Stanford University, pp. 123-146.
- Shin, Gi-Wook and Joon Nak Choi. 2008. “Paradox or Paradigm: Making Sense of Korean Globalization.” In The Globalization of Korea. Ed. Yunsik Chang. Routledge.
[IEMS Academic Seminar] The Structure of Economic Globalization: It's a Small World After All
[Policy and Business Talks] Watch a video recording of Prof Joon Nak Choi and Prof David Zweig speaking at Talent Migration and Recruitment Across Borders – HKUST Business Insight Presentation Series
[IEMS Academic Seminar] Talent Recruitment, Reverse Migration and Transnational Bridges in South Korea and China
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