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서울특별시 마포구 백범로 35

서강대학교 사회학과 (121-742)

Department of Sociology, Sogang University

35 Baekbeom-ro, Mapo-gu

Seoul 121-742

South Korea

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다산관 435호

Da-San Building # 435

연구실 전화번호:02-705-8368

Office Phone:+82-2-705-8368

Email: chslee@sogang.ac.kr

 

  •  전공 및 연구분야
  • Areas of Teaching and Research 
  • Political Sociology: Comparative Welfare States, Development, Inequality/Stratification
    Social Movements: Labor Movements
    Organizations: Non-profit, Civic Organizations
  •  학력 
  • Education 
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  • Ph. D. Sociology. May 2005. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    M.A. Sociology. 1998. Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
    B.A. Business Administration. 1996. Yonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
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  •  주요 경력 및 최근 학회 활동
  • Recent Experience
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  • Professor, Department of Sociology, Sogang University, Sep 2017 -
    Senior Fellow, National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago, Sep 2017 -
    Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, Seoul National University, Sep 2013 - Feb 2014
    Assistant to Associate Professor (with Tenure), Department of Sociology, University of Chicago, July 2008 - June 2017
    Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Utah, July 2005 - June 2008

 

     주요 연구업적 및 연구 동향 (최근 5년간)
    Major Works (the last five years)
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  • BOOK
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  • Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2016. When Solidarity Works: Labor-Civic Networks and Welfare States in the Market Reform Era. Cambridge University Press.

    This book theorizes and evaluates the role of labor-civic solidarity in shaping the welfare states in a comparative perspective. The analysis is based on deep field interview data with nearly 140 labor leaders and civic policy experts in four consolidated democracies, Argentina, Brazil, South Korea and Taiwan, in combination with comparative historical analyses of archival records. The theory and findings of this study are expected to offer a novel approach to analyze welfare state outcomes in democratized developing countries, while also extending to a larger set of rich democracies and new democracies.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2017. [결합노동시장지위와 임금불평등의 확대, 2004-2015] “Combined Labor Market Status and Increasing Wage Inequality, 2004-2015.” Forthcoming in Economy and Society 114 (Sep issue) (in Korean).

Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2017. [다중격차와 노동-시민 연대] “Multiple Inequalities and Labor-Civic Solidarity” pp. 201-222 in Multiple Inequalities II: History and Structure. Edited by K-S Hwang and B-I Kang. Seoul: Paperroad (in Korean).

Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2016. “Going Underground: The Origins of Divergent Forms of Labor Parties in Recently Democratized Countries.” Sociological Theory 34: 220-249.

Cho, Seok-Joo, Yong-Kyun Kim and Cheol-Sung Lee. 2016. “Bilateral Investment Treaties and Domestic Institutions.” Review of International Organizations 11: 25-58.

Lee, Cheol-Sung and Inhoe Ku. 2016. “Welfare States and Poverty” in The Oxford Handbook of Poverty and Society. Eds. D. Brady and L. Burton. Oxford University Press (Invited).

Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2016. [산별노조 운동의 성과와 한계] “The Achievement and Limitation of Industrial Union Movements in South Korea: Inequalities in Wage and Social Welfare within and between Industries.” Pp.59-74 in The Structure of Multiple Inequalities in Korean Society. Edited by B-Y Cheon and J-W Shin. Seoul: Paperroad (in Korean).

Lee, Naeyun and Cheol-Sung Lee. 2015. “Relational Skill Assets and Anti-Immigrant Sentiments.” Social Science Research 52: 270-289.

Akchurin, Mary and Cheol-Sung Lee.* 2013 “Pathways to Women’s Empowerment: Repertoires of Women’s Activism and Gender Earnings Equality in Comparative Perspective.” American Sociological Review 78: 679-701.

Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2013. “Welfare States and Social Trust.” Comparative Political Studies 46:603-630.

Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2012 “Associational Networks and Welfare States in Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan.” World Politics 64: 507-554.

Received Outstanding Article Award  in 2013 ASA Sociology of Development Section
Received Honorable Mention in 2013 ASA Political Sociology Section
Received Honorable Mention in 2013 ASA Labor and Labor Movements Section

Kim, Phillip, Cheol-Sung Lee, and Paul D. Reynolds. 2012. “Backed by the State: Social Protection and Entrepreneurial Entry into Knowledge-Intensive Industries.” Pp. 25-62 in Entrepreneurial Action: Advance in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth. Vol 14. Eds. A. C. Corbett and J. Katz. Emerald Group Publishing.

Lee, Cheol-Sung, Young-Beom Kim, and Jae-Mahn Shim. 2011.“The Limit of Equality Projects: Public Sector Expansion, Sectoral Conflicts, and Income Inequality in Post-Industrial Democracies.” American Sociological Review 76: 100-124.

 Received Outstanding Article Award in 2012 ASA Inequality, Poverty and Mobility Section

Lee, Cheol-Sung and Andrew Schrank.* 2010. “Incubating Innovation or Cultivating Corruption? The Developmental State and the Life Sciences in Asia.” Social Forces 88: 1231-1258.

 Featured in Science in 2011

 

HONORS AND GRANTS

Outstanding Article Award in 2013 ASA in Sociology Development Section and Honorable Mentions in 2013 ASA Political Sociology and Labor and Labor Movements Sections (with “Associational Networks and Welfare States in Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan.” World Politics 64: 507-554).

Outstanding Article Award in 2012 ASA Inequality, Mobility, and Poverty Session (with “The Limit of Equality Projects: Public Sector Expansion, Sectoral Conflicts, and Income Inequality in Post-Industrial Democracies.” American Sociological Review 76: 100-124.)

“Identity, Networks, and the Origins of Participatory Democracy in Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan” (formerly “Going-Underground” project) National Science Foundation ($180,517).

“Going Underground: The Origins of Participatory Democracy and Elite Transformism in Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan” The Social Sciences Divisional Research funding 2011/12, University of Chicago.

“The Structure of Associational Networks and the Politics of Social Protection.” The Social Sciences Divisional Research funding 2010/11, University of Chicago.

 

 


 
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