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Don S. Lee

Leverhulme Trust Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

Dr Don Lee received a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of California, San Diego in 2015. Before joining the University of Nottingham in 2017, he held a position in the Graduate School of Public Administration at Seoul National University in 2015-16. He also holds a M.A. in public policy from Georgetown University.

Expertise Summary

His research interests include the political economy of institutions, comparative public policy and management, and research methods and experimental research. He is an affiliated staff member at the the Nottingham Interdisciplinary Center for Economics and Politics (NICEP), where he is a research theme co-director, and the Asia Research Institute (ARI).

Teaching Summary

His teaching interests and experience mirror his research interests, covering a broad array of topics in comparative politics, public policy and administration, and research methods. He has taught… read more

Research Summary

His research interests lie at the intersection of the political economy of institutions and public administration/policy. His research projects cover a wide array of topics, but they share a focus on… read more

Recent Publications

His teaching interests and experience mirror his research interests, covering a broad array of topics in comparative politics, public policy and administration, and research methods. He has taught courses on Political Institutions in East Asia, Comparative Bureaucracy, Introduction to Public Policy and Administration, Policy Making Process, Research Design and Methods, Contentious Politics in Greater China, and Parties and Party Systems in Asia.

Current Research

His research interests lie at the intersection of the political economy of institutions and public administration/policy. His research projects cover a wide array of topics, but they share a focus on quantitative and experimental methods and research design. His research has been published or forthcoming in Comparative Political Studies, Governance, Oxford Handbook, Regulation & Governance, and among others. Please visit his personal website for details of his current projects.

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