Young Nam Cho is Professor of International Area Studies (principally China Studies), GSIS (國際大學院) since 2002 to present. Prof. Cho awarded Ph. D in politics from Department of Political Science, Seoul National University in 1999. He served a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Contemporary Chinese Studies (當代中國國情硏究中心) in Peking University from 1997 to 1998, a Visiting Scholar at the Department of Political Science in Nankai University from 2001 to 2002, and a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard-Yenching Institute (燕京社) in Harvard University from 2006 to 2007. He wrote 11 books in total on the Chinese people’s congresses, elite politics, rule of law, and democracy both in Korean and English. Prof. Cho has recently studied on the three topics, such as the evolution and development of Chinese politics in the reform era, China’s political system and its operation, and the political development in China and East Asian states.
Chinese International Relations
Power and Politics in Contemporary China: Political Changes in the Reform Era
Current Issues in China’s Foreign Relations
Contemporary World Politics: Theory and Case
Economic Development and Democratization in East Asia
Local People's Congresses in China: Development and Transition. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Chinese Dream: Xi Jinping Leadership and China's Future. Minumsa: Seoul, 2013.
Let's Dance with the Dragon: Understanding China from Korean Perspective. Minumsa: Seoul, 2012.
China's Rule of Law and Political Reform. Changbi: Paju, 2012.
Judicial Reform in China. Seoul National University Press: Seoul, 2012.
Law Dissemination Campaign in China. Seoul National University Press: Seoul, 2012.
China's Democracy: The Intra-Party Democracy of the CCP. Nanam: Paju, 2011 (co-author).
China' Road in the 21st Century. Nanam: Paju, 2009.
Development of Legislative Politics in China. Politeia: Seoul, 2006.
China's Politics in the Hu Jintao Era. Nanam: Paju, 2006.
China's Political Reforms and the National People's Congress). Nanam: Seoul, 2000.