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Name

KIM, Sangbae

Education

B.A/M.A Department of International Relations, Seoul National University
Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington

Current Positions

Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Seoul National University
Executive Director, Institute of International Studies(IIS), Seoul National University

Past Positions

Vice President, Managing Director, Research Director, The Korean Association of International Studies
Visiting Professor, University of California at Davis
Research Fellow, Korea Information Society Development Institute (KISDI)

Research

<Books in Korean, single authored>

Virtual Spears and Network Shields: World Politics of Cybersecurity and Korea, (Hanul, 2018)
International Relations of Arachne: Challenge of the Network Theory of World Politics, (Hanul, 2014)
Information Revolution and Power Transformation: A Perspective from Network Politics, (Hanul, 2010)
Standards Competition in the Information Age: Wintelism and the Japanese Computer Industry, (Hanul, 2007)

<Books in Korean, edited> last three years

World Politics of Digital Security: Korea between U.S.-China Hegemony Competition, (Hanul, 2021)
U.S.China ICT Competition and North-South Korea ICT Cooperation: A Perspective of International Political Economy, (Saheopyungron, 2021)
U.S.-China Technology Competition in the Untact Age: A Perspective of the World Politics of Information, (Saheopyungron, 2021)
World Politics of Space Competition: A Perspective of Complex Geopolitics, (Hanul, 2021)
The 4th Industrial Revolution and High-tech Defense Industries: World Political Economy of Emerging Power Competition, (Hanul, 2021)
Network State: Theoretical Foundation of Future World Politics, (Saheopyungron, 2021)
Middle Power Diplomacy on the Emerging Stage: A Perspective of Complex Geopolitics, (Saheopyungron, 2020)
World Politics of Middle Power Diplomacy: Strategies in the Global-Regional-Domestic Triple Structure, co-editors, (Saheopyungron, 2020)
The 4th Industrial Revolution and U.S.-China Hegemony Competition: A Perspective of the World Politics of Information, (Saheopyungron, 2020)
The 4th Industrial Revolution and Emerging Military Security: Evolution of Future Warfare and the Transformation of International Relations, (Hanul, 2020)
National Strategies of Cybersecurity 3.0: Comparative Studies of 16 Countries, (Saheopyungron, 2019)
North East Asian Governance of Emerging Security: A Perspective of Complex Geopolitics, co-editors, (Saheopyungron, 2019)
Public Diplomacy in the Global Age, co-editors, (Saheopyungron, 2019)
National Strategies of Cybersecurity 2.0: Formation of International Norms and Dynamics of International Relations, (Saheopyungron, 2019)

<Articles in English>

US-China Competition in Cyberspace: A Perspective of Emerging Power Politics and Platform Competition. EAI Working Paper, (January 2019)
Emerging Powers and a Middle Power: U.S.-China Competition and South Korea in Cyberspace. Institute of International Studies at Seoul National University Working Paper No.93, (2018.10.16.)
The Inter-network Politics of Cybersecurity and Middle Power Diplomacy: A Korean Perspective. EAI Middle Power Diplomacy Initiative Working Paper-04, East Asia Institute, (October, 2014).
Roles of Middle Power in East Asia: A Korean Perspective. EAI Middle Power Diplomacy Initiative Working Paper-02, East Asia Institute, (January 2014).
Cyber Security and Middle Power Diplomacy: A Network Perspective, Korean Journal of International Studies, 12(2), (2014), pp.323-352
Hardware Institutions for Software Technologies: The Japanese Model of Industrial Development in the Personal Computer Industry, Journal of International and Area Studies, 9(1), (June 2002), pp.17-36
Explaining the Resurgence of U.S. Competitiveness: The Rise of Wintelism, (with Jeffrey A. Hart), The Information Society, 18(1), (February, 2002), pp.1-12
Technological Capacity as Fitness: An Evolutionary Model of Change in the International Political Economy, (with Jeffrey A. Hart), in William R. Thompson (ed.), Evolutionary Interpretations of World Politics (New York: Routledge, 2001), pp.285-314
Power in the Information Age, (with Jeffrey A. Hart), in Jose V. Ciprut (ed.), Of Fears and Foes: Security and Insecurity in an Evolving Global Political Economy, (Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2000), pp.35-58