Myung-koo Kang

Phone: (646) 312-4848
Location: VC 5-275


Professor Kang (MA, PhD, UC Berkeley) specializes in international and comparative political economy, especially focusing on financial crises and government’s macroeconomic policy responses, both at the cross-national and Asia-specific contexts.   He has published articles on financial crises and reforms in World Development, Comparative Political Studies, Pacific Review, Asian Politics and Policy, Asian Survey, and others.  Before joining Baruch College, he taught four years at Claremont McKenna College in California; held a post-doctoral fellowship from the Asia Pacific Research Center at Stanford University in 2006-08; was affiliated to the Ministry of Finance of Japan as a visiting scholar in 2003-04 and to the Institute for Advanced Study(Princeton, New Jersey) as a visitor from January to August of 2010.


Political Economy (POL 3103)
The Rise of Asia in World Affairs (POL3346)

Selected Publications

Please see Professor Kang's website for his publications and other information, including his CV.

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