CKR Visiting Fellows 2016


CKR Visiting Professors 2016

Chang, Jiyeun (장지연) Professor, Division of Education, Baekseok University,
A Study on the Change of Educational Policies in Korea : The Effect of Political Goals and the Pursuit of Political Legitimacy Following a Regime Change by Respective Korean Administrations

Cho, Sung Ho (조성호)  President, Gwangju Space Architects,
A Comparative Study of the Modernization of Traditional Architecture in North and South Korea, and Canada

Kim, Byoung-Chul (김병철) Professor, Department of Applied Information Technology & Engineering, Pusan National University,
A Study on the Development of Collaborative Program for Innovative Convergence Between Science-Technology and Socio-Humanities

Kim, Young Mi (김영미) Professor, Department of Korean History, Kookmin University,
Foreign Researchers’ Comparative Perspectives on Saemaul Undong (New Village Movement of Korea)

Lee, Dong Soo (이동수) Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy & Civic Engagement, Kyung Hee University,
The Future of East Asia – Towards a Moderate Community 

Moon, Moo-Gi (문무기) Professor, Faculty of Law, Kyung-Pook National University,
The Evaluation on Economic Exchange & Co-operation between South & North Korea and finding out Alternatives – Focusing on Gaeseong Industrial Complexes 


CKR Visiting Scholars 2016

Jung, Hyo-Young (정효영) Producer, KBS,
A study for the role of media to overcome the cultural gap after unification between South Korea and North Korea: comparative with Canadian multicultural policy 

Lee, Dong-Han (이동한) Researcher, Institute for National Security Strategy (INSS),
Risk management model planning for regime shifts in the Korean Peninsular 

Lee, Sang Min (이상민) Director, National Computing & Information Agency, Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs (MOGAHA),
A Comparative Study on the E-government Policies and Outcomes Between Korea and Canada

Park, Jong-Pil (박종필) Assistant Director, Ministry of the Interior/Board of Audit and Inspection,
Designing for successful solutions to overcome the conflict during the process of social integrations and establishing most effectual policy, educational alternatives learned from Canada