• (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 and Troy Stangarone. “The Unparalleled Approaches by Major Central Banks in Governing Digital Currencies: Why CBDCs may Alter Sanctions as we know it.”
  • (Under review) June Park and Chien-Kai Chen. “Chips for Jabs: The Geopolitics of COVID-19 Vaccine Procurement by South Korea and Taiwan from the United States amid the growing U.S.-China Tech War.”
Funded by the Fung Global Fellowship at Princeton University.
  • (Under review) June Park. “Industrial Policy and Weaponized Chip Supply Chains: The Role of the U.S.-China Race for Supremacy in AI in the Japan-South Korea Chip War.”
The research has been enriched by three sources: the 2019-2021 Korea Foundation-IAFOR project entitled, ‘Korea and Japan in the Evolving China-US Relations: COVID 19 and Global Governance: Korean and Japanese perspectives’; 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 USA; and by 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.
  • 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, 2023; 10910224. 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. (Online publication date: July 31, 2023, Expected print publication date: January 2024)
    • 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, no. 1 (2019): 1-34. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2019.0000