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  • 성명 JÖRG MICHAEL DOSTAL

    정치학박사(옥스퍼드 대학교)

  • 직위 부교수
  • 학과
  • 전공 글로벌 노동·연금·사회정책, 국제 거버넌스
  • 사무실 57-1동 417호
  • 홈페이지
  • 이메일 jmdostal@snu.ac.kr
  • 연락처 02-880-8540

Education

  • D.Phil., St Antony’s College, Oxford University (1/2000-7/2005). Supervisor: Prof. Jeremy Richardson. Thesis title: ‘The Political Administration of Unemployment: Explaining the British and German Case (1973-2003)’. Oral examination: passed 27 July 2005, by Prof. Helen Margetts (University of Oxford) and Prof. Paul Teague (Queen’s University Belfast)
  • MA, European Political Culture, University of Bath (9/1998 - 9/1999). First class honours
  • Diplom-Politologe, German Political Science Degree, Freie Universität Berlin (10/1991 - 6/1998). Mark 1,0
  • MA, Culture and Colonialism, University College Galway, Ireland (9/1995 - 9/1996). First class honours

Academic Employment

  • Associate Professor, Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University (9/2013 - current)
  • Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University (9/2009 - 8/2013)
  • Visiting Professor, Hanyang University International Summer School (6/2008 - 7/2008 and 6/2009 - 7/2009)
  • Lecturer in European Public Policy, Brunel University, London, Lecturer B/tenured position (9/2003 - 8/2009)

Publications

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals (Click for Full Text)

Other Academic Journal Articles:

Co-Authored Academic Monograph:

Book Chapters and Other Academic Publications:

  • (forthcoming 2017, jointly with Gemati Ekacita Naskoshi) ‘The Indonesian Welfare State System: With Special Reference to Social Security Extension in the Development Context’, in Aspalter, C. (ed.), The Routledge International Handbook to Welfare State Systems, ch. 22,https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-International-Handbook-to-Welfare-State-Systems/Aspalter/p/book/9781472449306
  • (2014) 'Independent Syria and the great powers (1946-1958): how western power politics pushed the country towards the Soviet Union’, Knowledge Center for Public Administration and Policy, (pp. 1-50).
  • (2012) 'The Conflict Between Direct Democracy and International Law: Analyzing the Swiss Case’, jointly with Marc Champod, 2012 Bilateral Academic Exchange Report Between GSPA, SNU and GSPIA, PITT, August, pp. 85-101.
  • (2011) 'The Developmental Welfare State and Social Policy: Shifting from Basic to Universal Social Protection’ [republication of KJPS article], in GSPA, eds, 2010 Bilateral Academic Exchange Report Between GSPA, SNU and GSPIA, PITT, March, pp. 107 – 132.
  • (2009) 'Comment on the Swiss Political System’, Knowledge Center for Public Administration and Policy and Korea Institute of Public Affairs (eds), issue 478, 1 December, 15 - 22, available at:http://www.know.or.kr/know/view.action?pageIdx=1&categorySeq=33&seq=2127
  • (2009) 'Pension reform in Nigeria five years on: great leap or inappropriate policy design?’, in Graduate School of Public Administration and United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (eds), Global and National Strategy for Poverty Reduction, Seoul: GSPA and UNRISD, September, pp. 279 - 300.

Book Reviews:

  • (2016) ‘The Demon of Geopolitics: How Karl Haushofer “Educated” Hitler and Hess’ (H. H. Herwig), Times Higher Education, 19 May, 50.
  • (2016) ‘Qatar. Small State, Big Politics’ (M. Kamrava), Political Studies Review, 14(2), 317.
  • (2014) ‘America Inc.? Innovation and Enterprise in the National Security State’ (L. Weiss), Times Higher Education, 14 August, 51.
  • (2013) ‘The Struggle for Arab Independence: Riad El-Solh and the Makers of the Modern Middle East’ (P. Seale), Political Studies Review, 11(2), 308 - 309.
  • (2010) ‘European Governmentality: The Liberal drift of multilevel governance’ (R. Münch), Times Higher Education, 28 October, 58 - 59.
  • (2010) ‘Can Germany Be Saved? The Malaise of the World’s First Welfare State’ (H.-W. Sinn), Economica, 77(306), 407 - 408.
  • (2010) ‘European Employment Models in Flux: A Comparison of Institutional Change in Nine European Countries’ (G. Bosch, S. Lehndorff and J. Rubery (eds)), Journal of Common Market Studies, 48(1), 452 - 453.
  • (2009) ‘Demystifying Syria’ (F. H. Lawson, ed.), Times Higher Education, 5 November, 54 - 55.
  • (2009) ‘The Invisible Cage: Syrian Migrant Workers in Lebanon’ (J. Chalcraft), Times Higher Education, 21 May, 54.
  • (2008) ‘Flexicurity and Beyond: Finding a New Agenda for the European Social Model’ (H. Jørgensen and P. Kongshøj Madsen (eds)), DJOF Publishing, Journal of Common Market Studies, 46(4), 922 - 923.
  • (2007) ‘Redesigning the welfare state: Germany’s current agenda for activating social assistance’ (H.-W. Sinn et al.), European Journal of Social Security, 9(2), 182 - 184.
  • (2007) ‘The European Employment Strategy: Labour Market Regulation and New Governance’ (D. Ashiagbor), Journal of Common Market Studies, 45(1), 212 - 213.
  • (2006) ‘Europe and the Politics of Capabilities’ (R. Salais and R. Villeneuve (eds)), Journal of Common Market Studies, 44(2), 456 - 457.
  • (2004) ‘Social Democracy and Labour Market Policy: Developments in Britain and Germany’ (K. Roder), Party Politics, 10(5), 606 - 609.
  • (2003) ‘Inside the EU Business Associations’ (J. Greenwood), Journal of Common Market Studies, 41(1), 185 - 186.

Invited Conference/Workshop Presentations

  • (2016) ‘Natural Resources and Economic Performance in Sub-Saharan Africa’, Korea International Studies Association Annual Conference, Hanguk University, jointly with Ben Katoka, GSPA, SNU, Panel Political Economy 1, 4 November.
  • (2016) ‘Korea and Germany in the multipolar world order of the 21st century’, International Conference on ‘Design and Diagnosis of Unification and Civic Education for Social Integration’, Korean-German Association of Social Sciences’, Korea Press Center, 28 October.
  • (2016) 'Transnational War in Syria: The Eisenhower Doctrine in the 21st Century?', Conference ‘Science of Politics: Contemporary Challenges of Political Research’, Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest, Romania, 27 May.
  • (2016) 'Transnational War in Syria: The Eisenhower Doctrine in the 21st Century?', Political Studies Association UK (PSA) Annual Conference, Section ‘Turkey and Syria’, Hilton Hotel, Brighton, UK, 21 March.
  • (2015) 'The Geopolitics of Transnational War in Syria: Local, regional and Global Factors', Graduate School of International and Area Studies at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, 1 October.
  • (2015) 'Transnational war in Syria: the Eisenhower Doctrine in the 21st Century?', Italian Political Science Association (SISP) Annual Conference, University of Calabria, 11 September.
  • (2015) 'The Geopolitics of the Syrian Crisis: Local, Regional, and Global Factors', Korea Institute of Public Administration, Seoul National University, 17 April.
  • (2015) 'The current situation in Syria and Iraq', EU-Asia Dialogue project of the European Union and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Singapore, 5-6 March.
  • (2014) 'A Historical-Institutionalist Analysis of the MV Sewol and MS Estonia Tragedies: Policy Lessons from Sweden for South Korea' (joint paper with Hyun-jin Kim and Albin Ringstad), Korea Association for Public Administration (KAPA) Winter Conference, Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University, 12-13 December.
  • (2014) 'A Historical-Institutionalist Analysis of the MV Sewol and MS Estonia Tragedies: Policy Lessons from Sweden for South Korea' (joint paper with Hyun-jin Kim and Albin Ringstad), Korean Association for Policy Studies (KAPS) Annual Conference, Sungkyunkwon University, 5 December.
  • (2014) 'Independent Syria and the great powers (1946-1958): How western power politics pushed the country toward the Soviet Union', SCOPE: Science of Politics. International Conference of Political Research, University of Bucharest, Romania, 27-29 June.
  • (2014) 'Independent Syria and the great powers (1946-1958): How western power politics pushed the country toward the Soviet Union', Academic Council on the United Nationas System, 'Annual Meeting - Global Governance: Emerging New Norms and Emerging Challenges', Kadir Has University, Chibali Campus, Istanbul, Turkey, 19-21 June.
  • (2014) ‘Independent Syria and the great powers (1946-1958): how western powers pushed the country towards the Soviet Union’, Korean International Studies Association, Seoul, 17 MAY.
  • (2013) ‘The Democratic Participation Gap: Does a Decline Electoral Participation Question Democracy?’, Invited Guest Lecture, Chung-Ang University, Department of Public Administration, Seoul, 13 December.
  • (2013) ‘Domestic and International Conflict in Syria: Are There any Useful Lessons From Political Science?’, University of Minho, EEG/Faculty of Economics and Management, Campus of Gualtar, Portugal, 21 February.
  • (2012) ‘Explaining the Crisis and Electoral Decline of the German Social Democratic Party(SPD) in the Era of Welfare State Retrenchment(2002-2012)’, Yonsei Institute of Public Affairs Governance Conference, Seoul, 9 November
  • (2012) ‘The German Employment System Between Deregulation and Re-regulation: The Case of Party Competition on Minimum Wage Policies’, Deutsche Vereinigung für politische Wissenschaft (DVPW) Konferenz ‘Die Versprechen der Demokratie’, Tübingen, 28 September.
  • (2012) ‘The Conflict between Democracy and International Law: Analyzing the Swiss Case’, jointly with Marc Champod, Third Annual Korea-American Public Management Conference ‘New Research Directions for Globalized Public Management’, Seminar of GSPA, Seoul and GSPIA, Pittsburgh at the University of Pittsburgh, USA, 20 August.
  • (2012) ‘Voluntary Pension Saving for Old Age: Are the Objectives of Self-Responsibility and Security Compatible’, Social Policy Association Comparative and International Social Policy Workshop: Theories, Frameworks and Concepts, Bristol, 5 July.
  • (2011) ‘The German Political Economy between Deregulation and Re-regulation: The Case of Minimum Wage Policies’, International Sociological Association, RC 19 Conference on ‘Production, Reproduction and Protection in the Welfare State’, also acted as discussant, GSPA, Seoul, 25-27 August.
  • (2011) ‘The German Political Economy between Deregulation and Re-regulation: The Case of Minimum Wage Policies’, 61st Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association, Novotel, London, 18-21 April.
  • (2011) ‘The Developmental Welfare State and Social Policy: Shifting from Basic to Universal Social Protection’, BK21 and Global Research Network of Social Protection in East Asia Workshop on ‘Global Development Cooperation and Implications of Korea’s Experience’, also acted as chair and discussant, GSPA, Seoul, 10-11 February.
  • (2011) ‘Economic and Social Development and the Role of Government in Korea’, Partnership Program for Diplomats (Algeria), Asia Development Institute of the GSPA, SNU, and Korea International Cooperation Agency, Seoul, 9 February.
  • (2010) ‘Introduction to the European Union and EU Foreign Policy’ and ‘Economic History of the Republic of Korea and the Developmental Welfare State’‘, Executive Development Program for Government Officials from six Francophone African Countries: Building the Public Administration System for Economic and Social Development’, Asia Development Institute of the GSPA, SNU, and Korea International Cooperation Agency, also discussant of group sessions on development strategies in the African context, Seoul, 30 November and 7-8 December.
  • (2010) ‘The Developmental Welfare State and Social Policy: Shifting from Basic to Universal Social Protection’, First Annual Korea-American Public Management Conference ‘New Research Directions for Globalized Public Management’, Seminar of GSPA, Seoul and GSPIA, Pittsburgh at the University of Pittsburgh, USA, 12 November.
  • (2010) ‘The German Political Economy Between Deregulation and Re-regulation: The Case of Minimum Wage Policies’, Korean Association for Public Administration Annual Meeting ‘Beyond New Public Management’, 7-8 October, Seoul.

Administrative Responsibilities and Service

At Seoul National University 2009 - current

  • ‘Advisory Professor’, The SNU Quill, English-language SNU student magazine, http://snuquill.com/, since September 2016.
  • Participation in the Brain Korea 21 (BK21) programme at the Graduate School of Public Administration. Supervision of Korean research students funded by the BK 21 programme of the South Korean government.
  • Professor delivering and supervising the professional development course ‘Global Internship 2’ of the SNU Career Development Center, Fall Semester 2010 (six sessions).
  • ‘Advisory Professor’, supervision of trips of SNU’s ‘Global Talent Programme’ for current SNU students to Singapore, 13 - 18 December 2009 and to Hong Kong, 26 - 29 July 2010, visiting Korean and multinational companies such as Bayer, KTX and Societe Generale, four internships offered to participating students in Singapore.

Membership in Professional Associations

  • British Political Studies Association(UK)
  • Deutsche Vereinigung für politische Wissenschaft
  • European Community Studies Association - Canada
  • European Social Policy Analysis (ESPA-net)
  • Korean-German Association for Social Sciences
  • Korean International Studies Association (Kisanet.org)
  • University Association for Contemporary European Studies (UACES)

Other Professional Activities

  • Editorial Board Member: Korean Journal of Policy Studies
  • Senior Fellow of the Centre for Syrian Studies, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
  • Journal Manuscript Referee: Asian Journal of Political Science, British Journal of Politics and International Relation, COLLeGIUM: Studies across Disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences, DIE ERDE, Global Social Policy, International Studies Review (Ewha Womans University), Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of International Relations and Development, Journal of Social Policy, Policy and Politics, Political Studies, Politics, Review of International Political Economy, Social Policy and Administration, The Journal of Politics, Korean Journal of Policy Studies
  • Book Manuscript Referee: Routledge
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PG Cert), British academic teaching qualification, awarded at Brunel University in October 2007

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