Welcome to my OpenScholar hosted by Princeton University.
I am a political economist working on the geoeconomics of conflict in the digital economy, observing East Asia, the U.S. and Europe.
As a 2021-22 Fung Global Fellow of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies at Princeton University, I work on trade, energy, and tech conflicts with a broad range of regional focuses. I study economic pressures and conflicts, analyzing different policy outcomes based on governance structures – domestic institutions, leaderships, and bureaucracies that shape the policy formation process. My current work pertains to post-pandemic geoeconomic conflicts in data governance and emerging technology in the post-pandemic era.
My OpenScholar is 100% academic, and features only my scholarly publications and engagements.
For my policy-oriented works or media engagements, please visit June Park, Ph.D IR/IPE Research Web.