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The Australian National University

Dr Chungshik Moon

BA (Yonsei University), MS (Florida State University), PhD (Florida State University)
Lecturer, School of Politics and International Relations
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Areas of expertise

  • International Relations 160607

Research interests

Dr Chungshik Moon's research is concerned with how domestic and international institutions affect governments’ policy choices and outcomes, with a particular interest in the causes and effects of economic globalization and development, institutional performance in autocracies, and quantitative methodology. 

Researcher's projects

Chungshik has various working papers examining the effects of IMF program on FDI inflows, the political consequence of FDI inflows in authoritarian regimes, and the effect of bilateral investment treaties on FDI inflows, among others. 


- Moon, Chungshik and Mi Yung Yoon "Attainment of Gender Equality in Politics at Home and Promotion of Gender Equality in Politics Abroad: Bilateral Official Development Assistance as a Means of Reducing Gender Inequality in Politics.'' accepted for publication at International Political Science Review

-With Daehee Bak, "Foreign Direct Investment and Authoritarian Stability.” (2016) Comparative Political Studies. 

- Moon, Chungshik and Mark Souva.(2016) "Audience Costs, Information and Credible Commitment Problems" Journal of Conflict Resolution

Moon, Chungshik. (2015) "Foreign Direct Investment, Commitment institutions, and Time Horizon: How some autocrats do better than others?" International Studies Quarterly. 

- Yoon, Mi Yung and Chungshik Moon. (2014) "Korean Bilateral Official Development Assistance (ODA) to Africa Under Korea's Initiative for Africa's Development" Journal of East Asian Studies

See my website for published articles and working papers.

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