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Joonho Kim

Department of International Relations



  1. 1997 Ph.D. - International Economics, Chuo University, Japan
  2. 1992 M.A. - International Economics, Waseda University, Japan
  3. 1983 B.A. - Economics, Mokpo University, Korea

Teaching and Research Interests:

Political Economy of Global Integration, Philosophy of Integration, Monetary Integration and Financial Crisis

Academic Appointments/Professional Experience


Visiting professor, University of Trier, Germany


Professor of School of International Relations, Tokyo International University


Lecturer of Department of Economics, Aoyama University


Lecturer of Department of Economics, Nihon University


Visiting professor, Willamette University, U.S.A.


Lecturer of Department of Economics, Chuo University


Assistant Professor of School of International Relations, Tokyo International University

Fellowship & Grants


Fellow of the Institute of Business, Chuo University


Fellow of the Institute of Economics, Chuo University

Selected Publications/Conference Papers

2019 “Technology and the Socio-Human Transformation in the World Structure”, the 20th International Multiconference, Infromation Society-IS 2019

2015 World economy after financial crisis, Chuo University Press.

2013 Comparative analysis of regional integration, Nihon Hyoronsha.

2008 “Comparative analysis of monetary integrations and an outlook for Asian Monetary Union” , Shanghai International Forum at Shanghai World Financial Center.

2002 “The necessity and possibility of North-east Asian integration”, International Economy, The Japan Society of International Economics, Vol.23.

2000 “Can regionalism develop into globalism?", Sustainable Development and Global Community, Vol. 1, The International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics.

1999 “Inconsistent structure in European monetary integration and the problem after EMU”, Annual Review, Vol.19, European Union Studies Association, Japan

1994 “Transitional characteristics of monetary integration and the ERM crisis”, World Economic Review, Vol.38, No.10.