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    • 함재봉 Hahm, Chaibong
    • 아산정책연구원 이사장 겸 원장, 전 연세대학교 정외과 교수

    현 아산정책연구원 원장. 연세대학교 정치외교학과 교수(1992-2005), 프랑스 파리 유네스코 본부 사회과학국장(2003-2005), 미국 University of Southern California 한국학연구소 소장 겸 국제관계학부 및 정치학과 교수(2005-2007), RAND연구소 선임정치학자(2007-2010) 등 역임. 미국 Carleton College에서 경제학 학사학위(1980)를, Johns Hopkins대학에서 정치학 석ž박사학위(1992)를 취득하였고 International Forum for Democratic Studies 방문연구원(1999-2000), Duke, Princeton, Georgetown대학 교환교수(2002-2003)를 역임. 대통령자문 정책기획위원회 위원(1994-1997)을 역임하였고 현재 대통령 직속 미래기획위원회 위원(2010-현재). 저술로는 “South Korea’s Miraculous Democracy”(2008, Journal of Democracy), “The Two South Koreas: A House Divided”(2005, The Washington Quarterly), Confucianism for the Modern World(Daniel A. Bell과 공저, 2003, Cambridge University Press), 『유교, 자본주의, 민주주의』(2000, 전통과 현대), 『탈근대와 유교: 한국적 정치담론의 모색』(1998, 나남) 등이 있음.

    HAHM Chaibong is the President of the Asan Institute for Policy Studies in Seoul, Korea. Previously, he was a Senior Political Scientist at the RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, California (2007-2010,) professor in the School of International Relations and the Department of Political Science as well as the Director of the Korean Studies Institute at the University of Southern California (2005-2007,) Director (D-1) of the Division of Social Sciences Research & Policy at UNESCO in Paris, France (2003-2005) and a professor in the Department of Political Science at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea (1992-2005.) Dr. Hahm received a B.A. in economics from Carleton College and a M.A. and a Ph.D. in political science from the Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of numerous books and articles (in both English and Korean) on Korean and East Asian politics, governance, and culture, including, “South Korea’s Miraculous Democracy” (Journal of Democracy,) “The Two South Koreas: A House Divided” (The Washington Quarterly,) and Confucianism for the Modern World (co-edited with Daniel A. Bell, Cambridge University Press.) He has been a visiting professor at Duke, Georgetown, and Princeton Universities and a visiting fellow at the International Forum for Democratic Studies in Washington, DC.

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