• (Under review) June Park and Jung Kian Ng. “CarbonX: Comparing Compliance Carbon Markets in Europe and Asia Toward Net-Zero.” (For submission to Energy Policy, funded by Schmidt Futures Collaborative Grant G-22-64300)
Funded by the Individual Grants (Collaborative Grant G-22-64300) for the International Strategy Forum (ISF) - Asia Fellows at Schmidt Futures.
  • (Under review) June Park. “Industrial Policy and Weaponized Supply Chains: The Race for Supremacy in AI and the Expansion of U.S. Chip Export Controls from East Asia and Europe to the Gulf.”
The East Asia part of this research has been enriched by three sources: the 2021-2022 Fung Global Fellowship at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) at Princeton University for on-site fieldwork in Austin, TX and Washington, DC USA; the 2021-2023 Japan Foundation and Lee Hee Keon Foundation for Korea-Japan Exchange for on-site fieldwork at the Waseda Institute for Asia-Pacific Studies (WIAPS) at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan in March 2022; and the research trip to Taipei, Taiwan in July 2023 with the Hague Center for Strategic Studies (HCSS) of the Netherlands supported by the Taiwan Foreign Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Gulf part of this research in Abu Dhabi, UAE is enriched by the Middle East Council on Global Affairs and the Small States Research Program at Georgetown University in Qatar in 2024.
  • June Park. “Expertise as a Response to the Limits of Multilateralism: The Case of South Korea’s ‘Vaccine Procurement Task Force’ for COVID-19 Vaccines amid Unequal Access via the COVAX Facility.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 49 (1) 2024: 99-132. DOI: 10.1215/03616878-10910224
This article is published in the special issue, The Political Economy of Vaccines During the COVID-19 Pandemic, edited by Elize Massard da Fonseca, Elizabeth King and Holly Jarman.
    • paco_coverJune Park. “Governing a Pandemic with Data on the Contactless Path to Artificial Intelligence: Personal Data, Public Health, and the Digital Divide in South Korea, Europe and the United States in Tracking of COVID-19.” PArtecipazione e COnflitto (PACO), 14(1) 2021: 79-112. DOI: 10.1285/i20356609v14i1p79
    This article is published in open source form in the special issue, 'COVID-19 and the Structural Crisis of Liberal Democracies: Determinants and Consequences of the Governance of Pandemic'The research for this article was awarded the Fung Global Fellowship at Princeton University in 2021.
    • X0305750XJune Park and Eunbin Chung. “Learning from Past Pandemic Governance: Early Response and Public-Private Partnerships in Testing of COVID-19 in South Korea.” World Development. 137 2021. DOI: 10.1016/j.worlddev.2020.105198
    This article is published in the special issue, 'Pandemics, COVID-19, Sustainability and Development'.
    • Asian PerspectiveJune Park and Troy Stangarone. “Trump’s America First Policy in Global and Historical Perspectives: Implications for US–East Asian Trade.” Asian Perspective 43 (1) 2019: 1-34. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2019.0000