Dasan Hall D343
· The ‘Beyond Aid’ debates in Southeast Asia’s regional context
· MA in International Studies, Osaka Univerisy of Foreign Studies (2000-2002)
· BA in Japanese Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (1992-1997)
· Director of MA Program in Southeast Asian Studies (March 2023 ~)
· Visiting Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia (June ~ August 2022)
· Global Engagement Committee Member, the Japan Society for International Development (2021~).
· Editorial Board Member, the English Issue of Journal of International Development Studies published by the Japan Society for International Development (2021 ~)
· Civilian Non-standing Executive Board Member, Korea International Cooperation Agency (January 2019 ~ June 2020)
· Associate Editor, TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, Cambridge University Press (July 2015 ~)
· Editorial member, Rajabhat Journal of Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences (2018~)
· Member, the Second Research Expert Committee of Korea International Cooperation Agency (January 2018 ~ December 2019)
· Policy advisor (environment), ODA Watch (2009~2015), the ‘People’s Initiative for Development Alternatives’ (2016 ~2017).
· Visiting professor, Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Kobe University, Japan: Buy out (October 2012 – February 2013)
· Assistant professor (tenured position), Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds (2009 -2014)
· Sessional Lecturer in Development Studies, Birkbeck College (2007 – 2010)
· Fellow, Royal Geographers’ Society – Institute of British Geographers UK; Member, Development Studies Association UK; Member, European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes.
· Kim, S., Wang, M. and Sato, J. (2023) Development Knowledge in the Making: The Case of Japan, South Korea and China, Progress in Development Studies, 23(3): 275-293. https://doi.org/10.
· Kim, S. (2023) Making a Case for Postcolonial Thinking in International Development Studies: Towards a More Critical and Self-reflexive Field, Journal of International Development Studies, 31(3): 83-103.
· Kim, S. (2022) A ‘Balancing Act’ Between Development Impacts and National Interests: a Case Study of Japan’s Private Sector Investment Finance, The Korean Journal of Area Studies 41(2): 33~61. DOI : 10.29159/KJAS.40.3.2 (In Korean)
· Kim, S. (2022） Contextualising the ‘Innovative Development Finance’ Agenda: A Case Study of Korea’s‘Gaebal-Geumyung’, Journal of International Development Studies, 31(1): 103-114. (In Japanese)
· Kim, S. and Yoo, Y. 2019. Fuelling Development? The Rise of New Development Finance in Korea’s Overseas Energy Cooperation with Southeast Asia, The European Journal of Development Research, 31 (5):1470–1489.
· Kim, S. and Kim, J.H. 2019. The Case for a Relationalist Approach to Development Cooperation: Unpacking the Substantialist Imaginary of UNICEF’s Breastfeeding Campaign in Thailand, International Development and Cooperation Review 11 (2): 91-111.
· Kim, S. and Kang, H. 2018. A Review of Southeast Asia-related Development Cooperation Studies in Korea: Exploring a Possible Contribution from the Critical Southeast Asian Studies, The Southeast Asian Review 28 (2): 47–84.
· Lightfoot, S. and Kim, S. (2017) The EU and the Negotiation of Global Development Norms: The Case of Aid Effectiveness, European Foreign Affairs Review 22(2): 159-175.
· Kim, S. (2016) Tracing the roots and domestic sources of Korea’s ODA: aid as a cold war statecraft for a middle income country, Journal of International Cooperation Studies 24(1): 87-102.
· Kim, S. and Gray, K. (2016) Overseas Development Aid as Spatial Fix?: Examining South Korea’s Africa Policy, Third World Quarterly 37(4): 649-664
· Kim, S. and Kang, H. (2015) Young and Dynamic? – a critical review of Korea’s national level post-MDG debates, Journal of International Development 27(6): 776–800
· Pickering, J., Skovgaard, J., Kim, S., Roberts, J.T., Rossati, D., and Stadelmann, M., Reich, H. (2015), Acting on Climate Finance Pledges: Inter-Agency Dynamics and Relationships with Aid in Contributor States, World Development 68: 149-162
· Kim, S. (2012d), ‘Japan’s common but differentiated approach to climate change in Africa’, Japanese Studies 32 (2): 255-274.
· Kim, S. (2012c) ‘Contextualising political ecology: the case of Japan’s bilateral environmental aid to the Philippines’, in Soyeun Kim, Godwin Ojo, Rukhe Zehra Zaidi, and Raymond Bryant (eds) ‘Other’ Political Ecologies March special section of Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 33 (1). pp.108-123.
· Kim, S., Ojo, G, Zaidi, R.Z., and Bryant, R. (2012b) Bringing the ‘other’ into political ecology: reflecting on preoccupations in a research field, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 33 (1), pp. 34-48.
· Kim, S., Ojo, G, Zaidi, R.Z., and Bryant, R. (2012a) ‘Other’ Political Ecologies: Editors’ Introduction, Journal of Tropical Geography, 33 (1), pp. 29-33.
· Kim, S. (2011) Bridging Two Worlds? An Analysis of the ethical case for South Korean aid, Journal of International Development, 23 (6), pp. 802-822.
· Kim, S. and Lightfoot, S. (2011) Does ‘DAC-Ability’ Really Matter? The emergence of non-DAC Donors’, Journal of International Development 23 (5), pp. 711–721.
· Kim, S. (2010) ‘Greening the Dam: the case of Japan’s Bilateral International Cooperation with the Philippines’, Geoforum, 41 (4), pp. 627–637.
· Kim, S. (2009) ‘Translating sustainable development: greening of Japan’s international cooperation’, Global Environmental Politics, 9(2), pp. 24-51.
· Fiori, A., Gray, K., Kim, S., and Passeri, A. (2019), 'Crossing boundaries: South Korea's global diplomacy outside Northeast Asia', in Milani, M., Fiori, A., and Dian, M. (eds.), The Korean Paradox Domestic Political Divide and Foreign Policy in South Korea, pp. 157-178.
· 김소연. 2017. “새롭게 부상하는 동남아시아의 남남협력국: 태국을 중심으로”, 심주형, 김소연, 이한우, 배기현, 윤대영 저, 『열린 동남아초국가적 관계와 새로운 정체성의 모색』. pp. 69-107.
· Kim, S. (2013) Korea in Africa: A Missing Piece in the Jigsaw?, in Alden, C. and Kitchen, N. (eds.) LSE IDEAS AIAP Strategic Report: Africa and Emerging Actors, pp. 51-67, London: The London School of Economics and Political Science.
· Kim, S. (2013) Any national debate about post-2015 in South Korea?, NORRAG Newsletter 49: 41-42.· Kim, S. (2013) The Busan discourse on results, effectiveness, impact, and value for money: what do they mean for emerging donors?, NORRAG Newsletter 47: 45-47.
· Kim, S. (2010) Korea: Something old, something borrowed, NORRAG Newsletter 44: 76-78· Kim, S. (2010) Energy and Environment: Green Sparks and Shoots, Special Report for the Japan International Cooperation Agency, Africa-Asian Confidential, April, pp 8-9.
· Campling, L. and Kim, S. (2007), 'Japan: Production System and Market Structure', in Campling, L., Havice, E. and Ran-Bidesi, V., Pacific Island Countries, the Global Tung Industry and the International Trade Regeime, pp.235-278.
· SHU4028. Introduction to Human Geography (Taught in Korean)
· SES6224. Southeast Asia in a Globalising World (Taught in English)
· SES6225. Critical issues in Southeast Asia's Natural Resources (Taught in English)
· SES6231. The Changing Development Landscape of Southeast Asia (Taught in English)
· SES6235. Development Cooperation in Southeast Asia (Taught in English)
· GISA223 International Development Cooperation (Taught in English)