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Sung Min Han

Name:Sung Min Han
Title:Assistant Professor
Research and Teaching Interests:Comparative Political Economy, East Asian Politics, Democratization,Comparative Political Behavior, Politics of Inequality, Political Methodology
Email:hansung3@msu.edu

Position

Visiting Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA. Aug 2016-

 

Education

Visiting Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing,

MI, USA. Aug 2016-

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

Ph.D. Political Science, 2016

Fields: Comparative Politics and Political Methodology

Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

M.A. Political Science, 2008.

Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

B.A. Political Science. 2006.

Position

 

Education

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA. Summer 2010, 2011(Time Series Cross-Sectional Analysis, Regression III, Longitudinal

Analysis)

ESTIMATES

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. USA. Summer 2015(Panel Analysis, Time-Series Analysis)

 

Publications

Journal Articles

Han, Sung Min, and Eric C. C. Chang. 2016. “Economic Inequality,Winner-loser Gap, and Satisfaction with Democracy” Electoral Studies 44: 85-97

Han, Sung Min. “Income Inequality, Electoral Systems, and Party Polarisation”. 2015. European Journal of Political Research 54(3):582-600.

Book Chapters

Lee, Nae-Young, and Sung Min Han. Forthcoming, “Politics of Party Polarization in East Asia”, Handbook on Democratization in East Asia, Eds. Tun-jun Cheng and Yun-Han Chu. UK:Routledge

 

Working Papers

Jeong, Seokjin, Sung Min Han, and Byung Hyun Lee. “Economic,Political, and Social Impacts on Juvenile Crime Rates: A Cross-National Comparison” (Revised & Resubmit)

Ye, Fangjin, and Sung Min Han. “The Impact of Ethnic Inequality on State Repression: A Global Analysis” (Under Review)

Han, Sung Min, “Welfare State Retrenchment, Globalization, and Electoral Politics” (in preparation for journal submission)

Han, Sung Min. “Policy Distinctiveness, Income, and Redistributive Preferences” (in preparation for journal submission)

 

Work in Progress

Belief in a Just World? Rise in Inequality and Justifiable Redistribution in East Asia

Inequality and Distribution in the Developing World: Ethnic Inequality and Clientelism

Rising Inequality and More Redistribution? The Impact of Real Income Growth and Policy Alternatives on Redistribution Attitudes in Taiwan and South Korea

Income Inequality, Ethnic Inequality, and Social Spending

Party Volatility in Eastern Europe (with Tayna Bagashka and Cristina Bodea)

 

Conference Presentations

“Policy Distinctiveness, Stability, and Support for Redistribution”Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting 2016

“The Impact of Ethnic Inequality on State Repression: A Global Analysis” (with Fangjin Ye), International Studies Association Annual Meeting 2016

“Economic Inequality, Winner-loser Gap, and Satisfaction with Democracy” (with Eric C. C. Chang), Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting 2015, Workshop on Conflict at Michigan State University.

“Economic Inequality, Electoral Systems, and Party Polarization”Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting 2014,Workshop on Conflict at Michigan State University.

“Welfare State Retrenchment, Globalization, and Electoral Politics”.Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting 2011.

 

Awards and Fellowships

Graduate Student Best Paper Award, Political Science Department,Michigan State University, Spring 2016

Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Michigan State University, Spring2016 (6000$)

Graduate Office Fellowship, Michigan State University, Summer 2010,2011 (4750$)

Graduate Assistantship, Michigan State University, Fall 2009 – Spring2016

BK21 Scholarship, National Research Foundation of Korea, Mar 2006– Aug 2008 (8500$)

Academic Excellence Scholarship, Korea University, Fall 2005 (1000$)

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA

 

Teaching Experience

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA

Recitation Leader: Teach discussion (lab) sections

• Introduction to Methods of Political Science (PLS201): Spring

2015, Spring 2013

• Introduction to Political Science (PLS200): Fall 2012

• Introduction to Comparative Politics (PLS140): Fall 2013

Teaching Assistant

• Western European Politics (PLS 356): Spring 2014

• Politics of Asia (PLS354): Fall 2011

• Power, Authority, and Exchange (ISS 225): Spring 2011

• American National Government (PLS100): Spring 2011

• American Judicial Process (PLS320): Fall 2010

 

Professional Service

Journal Refereeing: European Journal of Political Research,International Interactions

Panel Discussants: 2015 Midwest Political Science Association Annual MeetingProfessional

 

Membership

American Political Science Association

Midwest Political Science Association

International Societies Association

 

Skills

Software Stata, R, Python, LATEX

Language Korean (native), English (fluent), Chinese (intermediate)

Tel: +86 021 65908896

Email: mpa@mail.shufe.edu.cn

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