Dr. Chang-Min Lee is a Visiting Associate Professor from Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. Dr. Lee’s visit to UBC is from August 1, 2022 to July 31, 2023 with supervisor Dr. Nam-lin Hur.
Dr. Lee’s main area of inquiry is Japanese economic history during the interwar period. Other areas of interest include economic relations between Japan, Korea and Taiwan during the interwar period, contemporary Japanese economy and Japan-Korea economic relations.
“Domestic industrialization under colonization: Evidence from Korea, 1932–1940.” European Review of Economic History, 25-2 (May 2021): 379-403.
“The Abe Administration’s Attempt to Escape from Deflation through Abenomics.” Seoul Journal of Japanese Studies, 4-1 (October 2018): 37-63.
“Famines and the Grain Loan System in Pre-modern Korea.” The Report on East Asian History & Culture, 8 (February 2017): 229-239.
“How did the rice merchants overwhelm the open port brokers in modern Korea?” The Report on East Asian History & Culture, 7(February 2016): 97-120.
“The Role of the Private Sector in Japan’s Recovery from the Great Depression.” International Area Studies Review, 18-4 (December 2015): 345-364.
“International Economic Policy Uncertainty and Stock Prices: Wavelet Approach.” Economics Letters, 134(September 2015): 118-122.
“Virtual or Vertical? Achieving Integrated Global Supply Chains: Comparison and Analysis of Virtual Integration and Vertical Integration in Japanese and Korean Steel Industry.” International Journal of Productivity and Quality Management, 15-2 (February 2015): 169-184.