Hong Yung Lee

CONTACT INFORMATION
Office:
798 Barrows Hall
Phone:
510 642-5826
Alternate #:
510 642-6323
Office Hours:
Thurs. 12:30-1:30pm

CURRENT/FUTURE COURSES:

Spring 2012
Undergraduate
Fall 2013
Undergraduate
Fall 2011
Undergraduate

Faculty

Research Interests: 
East Asia
China
Korea
State and Economy
Degrees: 
B.A., Yonsei University
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Personal Statement: 

Professor Hong Yung Lee received his B.A. from Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea and his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. His research areas of interest include the domestic politics of China and Korea, and political economy and international relations in East Asia. He authored Politics of Chinese Cultural Revolution (UC Berkeley, 1978) and From Revolutionary Cadres Party Technocrats in Socialist China (UC Berkeley, 1991), and edited Prospects for Change in North Korea (Institute of East Asian Studies, 1994); Korean Options in a Changing International Order (Institute of East Asian Studies, 1993); Political Authority and Economic Exchange in Korea (Oruem Publishers, 1993). He teaches courses on East Asian politics and political economy, and on international relations, and is currently working on a book length manuscript on "Comparative Study of Institutional Templates of China, Japan, and Korea."