The recent corporate and political debacles in South Korea have compounded the nation’s decades-long struggle as an emerging democracy. The public backlash following the scandals have exposed simmering resentment towards South Korea’s prominent political figures and the leaders of its chaebol conglomerates.  The subsequent unprecedented presidential transition and the Samsung leadership crisis continues to generate much media coverage, public interest as well as scholarly debates.

The Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO) at NUS Business School is pleased to present Professor Katharine Moon as the speaker at its upcoming Academic Seminar, “The Future of Governance in South Korea: Ongoing Challenges for Business and Politics”.  Held on 23 May 2017, Professor Moon will provide insights that consider both domestic politics and foreign policy, as well as shed light on the future of Korean governance in this time of unsettling uncertainties.

This seminar will be of particular relevance to academics and students from the Business, Political Science and Public Policy faculties. It will also interest business leaders, as well as policy professionals and practitioners, who have been following South Korea’s recent developments.

 
Join us!
   
  Date:
Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Time:
3.30pm - 5.00pm
(followed by cocktail
networking session)

Venue:
NUS Business School
National Unviversity of Singapore
15 Kent Ridge Drive
Room #02-03, Innovation 2,
Mochtar Riady Building
Singapore 119245
(map / directions)


Programme
flag About the Speaker
   
  3.00pm - 3.30pm
Registration and refreshments
  3.30pm - 3.35pm
Welcome remarks by CGIO Director,
Associate Professor Lawrence Loh
  3.35pm - 4.30pm
Presentation by Professor Katharine Moon
  4.30pm - 5.00pm
Question and answer
  5.00pm onwards
Cocktail networking

   
  Katharine (Kathy) H.S. Moon, Ph.D. is a Professor of Political Science and Wasserman Chair of Asian Studies at Wellesley College, nonresident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, and affiliated faculty at Harvard University’s Korea Institute.

 
   
  For enquiries, please contact Ms Jamilah Ramli at bizjr@nus.edu.sg
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