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GEAS Einstein Postdoc 2017-2020, Researcher at ISF Hamburg 2021-
100,000 Won Friends: Calculating Gifts and Debts Among Dear Friends in South Korean Institutional Network (Comittee: B. Röttger-Rössler, E. Lee, Jesook Song)
The Moving Temples: A Study of Fishermen’s Religious Associations in the East Lake Tai Basin (Committee: Hansjörg Dilger, Philip Clart, Claudia Liebelt, Thomas Stodulka, Marco Freire)
Bringing the Firm Back to the Minimum Wage Study: Wage Effect of Minimum Wage in China from an Institutional and Organisational Perspective (Committee: Gregory Jackson, Elena Meyer-Clement, Jörg Sydow, Barbara Fritz)
GEAS PostDoc 2018-2019
Kizuna: The dynamics of social ties in post-disaster Japan. Impacts of the Great East Japan Earthquake, Tsunami and Radiation. (Thesis Commitee: Verena Blechinger-Talcott, Birgitt Röttger-Rössler, Urs Matthias Zachmann)
The institutionalization of the Korean higher education system with regard to lifelong learning and the support system for working adults in Korea (Committee: E.J. Lee, Andrä Wolter, H. Mosler)
Measuring Frames: Discursive Institutions in Polarized Politics (Committee: Eun-Jeung Lee, Sabine Kropp, Hannes B. Mosler)
Japan's Temporal Others: How the Past Has Shaped Japanese Postwar Security Policy (Thesis Committee: V. Blechinger-Talcott, T. Risse, L. Hagström)
Contentious Narratives on National Identity of South Korea: How to Understand the Self and the Significant Others, North Korea and the United States (Committee: Eun-Jeung Lee, Günther Maihold, Gülay Caglar, Hee-Seok Park)
South Korean Identities, Ideologies and the Framing of North Korean Defectors in the South Korean media
GEAS PostDoc 2013-2017
Human Rights in Contention: The Discursive Politics of North Korean Human Rights
Historical Sociology (GEAS Postdoc 2013-16)
GEAS Postdoc 2017-2019
GEAS Postdoc 2015-2017
The Policy Decision Process beyond Anti-LGBT Politics in South Korea (Committee: Eun-Jeung Lee, Gülay Caglar, Sabine Kropp, Hee-seok Park, Daniela Claus-Kim)
Institutional Logics in an Authoritarian State. Why The Chinese Communist Party’s Command Mechanisms Have Remained Unaffected by Legal Reforms (Committee: T. Risse, K. Levy, E. Sandschneider)Email:info[at]cn.boell.org
GEAS PostDoc 2013-2015
Reforming nuclear safety administration in Japan after the Fukushima nuclear accident: A critical juncture in regulatory practices (Committee: M. Schreurs, V. Blechinger-Talcott, G.W. Noble)Email:florentine.koppenborg[at]hfp.tum.de
Chinese NGO monitoring of corporate environmental responsibility and firms' responses: Exploring convergent and divergent behaviours in emerging institutional terrain (Committee: G. Jackson, B. Gransow, J.Sydow)
Japanese responses to internationalization of higher education: actors at universities and their involvement in the contemporary reform (Committee: V. Blechinger-Talcott, J. Dierkes, K. Paadam)
What women want: cosmetic surgery and social expectations /desires/ pressures in urban eastern China (Committee: Klaus Mühlhahn, Beate Binder, Sabrina Hbich-Sobiegalla, Vladimir Glomb, Megha Wadhwa)Email:https://www.lexxion.eu/en/about-us/
The Organisational Transformation of Media Groups in China (Committee: J. Sydow, K. Mühlhahn, K. Beck)
Who plans small towns and how? Multiple orders of worth in spatial planning at the local level in Sichuan, China (Committee: Bettina Gransow, Olaf Zenker, Elena Meyer-Clement, Sabrina Habich-Sobiegalla, Emily Mae Gräf)Email:lmelcher[at]europa-uni.de
Japan's multi-level water governance in Southeast Asia (Thesis Committee: V. Blechinger-Talcott, G. Maihold, Vincent Houben)
Comparative Politics, Chinese politics, Authoritarianism, Interest groups politics, State-society relations
The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and China's strategy of shaping international norms (Commitee: Elena Meyer-Clement, Eberhard Sandschneider, Tobias Berger, Verena Blechinger-Talcott, Kai Schulze)Email:eva.seiwert[at]fau.de
Vulnerability locked in. Explaining local climate adaptation deficits in China and the United States. (Comittee: Miranda Schreurs, Genia Kostka, Sven Chojnacki, Christian Lammert)Email:J.Teebken[at]fu-berlin.de
Einstein Postdoc 2015-2019
Institutional Change and Intra-Party Democracy : Mechanisms of Party Elite Recruitment in Korea and Germany (Committee: E.-J. Lee, S. Kropp, H.B. Mosler)
CENTRAL–PROVINCIAL POLITICS AND INDUSTRIAL POLICY-MAKING IN THE ELECTRIC POWER SECTOR IN CHINA (Committee: Miranda A. Schreurs, Genia Kostka, Cilja Harders, Sabine Kropp and Maria Rosaria Di Nucci)
High Skilled Workers as Core Human Resources in the Korean Gaming Industry(Committee: Gregory Jackson, Eun-Jeung Lee, Barbara Fritz, Jörg Sydow)
Change in the Institutional Field: Private Art Museums in China, 2005-2014 (Dissertation Committee: Gregory Jackson, Elena Meyer-Clement, Anja Kirsch)
Trust, commitment and the incomplete agreement - a comparative case study on the 1964 PRC-France normalization and the 1970 PRC-Canada normalization (Thesis Committee: Tanja Börzel, Klaus Mühlhahn)
GEAS Postdoc 2017-2019
Shaping (online) public sphere in an authoritarian society? – How Chinese actors pushed the abolishment of the “reeducation through labor (Laojiao)”- system (Committee: Bettina Gransow, Carola Richter, Barbara Pfetsch, Michael Emmer, Anna Litvinenko)
Post-developmental state across the Taiwan Strait : an institutionalist explanation of Taiwan's liberal-oriented economic policy toward China between 1990 and 2016 (Committee:Sabrina Habich-Sobiegalla, Gunter Schubert, Tanja Börzel, Tobias Berger, Binder
The Chinese Strategy of Renminbi Internationalization (Committee: Barbara Fritz, Laike Yang, Gregory Jackson, Theocharis Grigoriadis, Melike Döver)