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Publications

  • Lim, Timothy. 2014. Politics in East Asia: Explaining Change and Continuity. Boulder: Lynne Rienner.

  • Lim, T. 2014. Late Migration, Discourse, and the Politics of Multiculturalism in South Korea. In Multiethnic Korea? Multiculturalism, Migration, and Peoplehood: Diversity in Contemporary South Korea, edited by . Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies (UC Berkeley).

  • Lim, T. and D. Haines. 2014. The Korean Search for Multiculturalism. In The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity and Susceptibility, edited by . Cambridge Scholars.

  • Lim, Timothy. 2014. Introduction to International Political Economy. Washington, D.C.: Saylor Foundation.

  • Lim, T. 2012. South Korea as an ‘Ordinary’ Country: Industrialization, Democracy and the Politics of Immigration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies .

  • Lim, T. 2010. The Global Sex Trade and the 'Korean Paradox'. International Migration (in review).

  • Lim, Timothy. 2010. Doing Comparative Politics: An Introduction to Approaches and Issues. 2nd edition. Lynne Rienner Publishers.

  • Lim, T. 2010. Rethinking Belongingness in Korea: Transnational Migration, ‘Migrant Marriages,’ and the Politics of Multiculturalism. Pacific Affairs.

  • Lim, T. 2009. Who Belongs to Korea? A Comparative Examination of Migration, Immigration, and the Challenge of Multiculturalism in ‘Homogeneous’ Societies. The Asia-Pacific Journal.

  • Lim, T. and K. Yoo. 2009. South Korea and Global Sex Trafficking. Korean Quarterly.

  • Lim, T. 2008. Review of Richard Stubbs, Rethinking Asia's Economic Miracle (book review). Millennium: Journal of International Studies.

  • Lim, Timothy. 2008. The Dynamics of Trafficking, Smuggling and Prostitution: An Analysis of Korean Women in the U.S. Commercial Sex Industry. Technical Report . Bombit Women's Foundation, Seoul.

  • Lim, T. 2008. Will South Korea Follow the German Experience? Democracy, the Migratory Process, and the Prospects for Permanent Immigration in Korea. Korean Studies.

  • Lim, T. 2007. Review of Roland Bleiker, Divided Korea: Towards a Culture of Reconciliation (book review). Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies.

  • Lim, T. 2007. Review of Samuel Kim, The Two Koreas and the Great Powers (book review). Pacific Affairs.

  • Lim, T. 2007. Party Politics in Korea. In Insight into Korea, edited by . Seoul: Herald Publications.

  • Lim, T. 2007. What is a Korean? The Challenges and Prospects of ‘Multiculturalism’ in Korea. Korean Quarterly.

  • Lim, T. 2006. Review of Choi Jang-jip, Democracy After Democratization: The Korean Experience (book review). Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies.

  • Lim, Timothy. 2006. Doing Comparative Politics: An Introduction to Approaches and Issues. 1st edition. Lynne Rienner Publishers.

  • Lim, T. 2006. NGOs, Transnational Migrants, and the Promotion of Rights in South Korea. In Local Citizenship in Recent Countries of Immigration: Japan in Comparative Perspective, edited by . Lexington Books.

  • Lim, T. 2006. Democracy, Political Activism and the Expansion of Rights for International Migrant Workers in South Korea and Japan: A Comparative Perspective. IRI Review.

  • Lim, T. 2005. North Korea. In Governments of the World: Citizen Rights and Responsibilities, edited by .

  • Lim, T. 2005. South Korea. In Governments of the World: Citizen Rights and Responsibilities, edited by . MacMillan Reference.

  • Lim, T. 2004. Migration and the Korean Case: Toward Convergence or a New Asian Model? In Controlling Immigration: Global Perspectives, edited by . Stanford University Press.

  • Lim, T. 2003. Foreign Migrant Workers and Civil Society in South Korea: The Search for Power in an Era of Globalization. In Global Turbulence: Social Activism and State Responses to Globalization, edited by . Ashgate.

  • Lim, T. 2003. Racing from the Bottom in South Korea? The Nexus between Civil Society and Transnational Migrants in South Korea. Asian Survey.

  • Lim, T. 2002. Review of Nicholas Eberstadt and Richard Ellings, eds., Korea’s Future and the Great Powers (book review). Korean Studies.

  • Lim, T. 2002. The Changing Face of Korea: The Emergence of Korea as a ‘Land of Immigration. Korea Society Quarterly.

  • Lim, T. 2001. Review of Dennis L. McNamara (ed.), Corporatism and Korean Capitalism (book review). Korean Studies.

  • Lim, T. 2001. Review of Samuel S. Kim (ed.), Korea’s Globalization (book review). Korean Studies.

  • Lim, T. 2001. Bringing Competition In: A New Perspective on Capitalist Development in South Korea. Competition and Change.

  • Lim, T. 1999. Review of Eun Mee Kim, Big Business, Strong State: Collusion and Conflict in South Korean Development, 1960-1990 (book review). Korean Studies.

  • Lim, Timothy. 1999. Stand! Contending Ideas and Perspectives on Global (edited). Coursewise Publishing.

  • Lim, T. 1999. The Origins of Societal Power in South Korea: Understanding the Physical and Human Legacies of Japanese Colonialism. Modern Asian Studies.

  • Lim, T. 1999. The Fight For Equal Rights: Foreign Migrant Workers in South Korea. Alternatives: Social Transformation and Humane Governance.

  • Lim, T. 1998. Review of Lewis M. Branscomb and Young-Hwan Choi, Korea at the Turning Point: Innovation-Based Strategies for Development (book review). Korean Studies.

  • Lim, T. 1998. Review of Dennis L. McNamara, Trade and Transformation in Korea, 1876-1945 (book review). Korean Studies.

  • Lim, T. 1998. Review of Mark L. Clifford, Troubled Tiger: Business, Bureaucrats, and Generals in South Korea (book review). Acta Koreana.

  • Lim, T. 1998. Review(s) of Sung Deuk Hahm and L. Christopher Plein, After Development: The Trans-formation of the Korean Presidency and Bureaucracy AND Dae Hwan Kim and Tat Yan Kong (eds.), The Korean Peninsula in Transition (book review). Millennium: Journal of International Studies,.

  • Lim, T. 1998. Rethinking the Politics of Development in South Korea. Journal of Contemporary Asia.

  • Lim, T. 1997. Review of Michael Hobday, Innovation in East Asia: The Challenge to Japan (book review). Korean Studies.

  • Lim, T. 1996. Review(s) of Karl J. Fields, Enterprise and the State in Korea and Taiwan Andrew MacIntyre (ed.), Business and Government in Industrialising Asia (book review). Korean Studies.

  • Lim, T. 1994. Explaining Economic Development in South Korea and East Asia: A Review of the Last Dozen Years of Research. Korean Studies.

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Educational Background

  • 1996-97 – Post Doc., UC Berkeley (Korean Studies)

  • 1991-96 – Ph.D., University of Hawaii (Political Science)

  • 1986-88 – M.A., Columbia University (International Affairs)

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Kim, J – Cal Poly Pomona

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