M.A. / M.Sc. European Studies
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Creative industries from an evolutionary perspective: A critical literature review, Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography (PEEG).
"Creative Cluster Evolution: The case of the film and TV cluster in South Korea". Presented at the 'Shape and be Shaped: The Future Dynamics of Regional Development', Regional Studies Association European Conference 2013, Tampere, Finland, 05/2013
"Evolutionary economic geography and creative industries: A critical
literature review" Presented at the DRUID Academy 2013
at Comwell Rebild Bakker, Rebild/Aalborg,Denmark, 01/2013
“Emerging Green Clusters in South Korea? The Case of the Wind Power Cluster in Jeonbuk Province”. Presented at the ‘Times of Change: Future Directions in Geography’, Urban and Regional Studies, Regional Studies Association Early Career Conference, Hamburg, Germany, 11/2012
- Evolutionary Economic Geography
- Creative Industry
- Regional Innovation Systems
- South Korea
The motivation of this research is to improve the understanding of the creative industry from an evolutionary economic perspective, by investigating the film and TV industry in Korea and Germany.
This research project has four main aims: First, to explore whether the notions of evolutionary economic geography can contribute to analyzing and explaining the spatial dynamics of creative industries, which has not been done yet in a systematic way. Secondly, the co-evolution of the film and TV industry in both countries will be examined from the institutional context. Thirdly, after reviewing and mapping the current situation of the film and TV industry in Korea and Germany, the effects of some critical events on the film and TV industry will be analyzed. Finally, with the help of this cross-national comparative study, policy recommendations will be provided for the sustainable development of creative clusters.
STEPI (Science and Technology Policy Institute Korea) Fellowship Awardee 2012
QUALIFICATION & EMPLOYMENT
Bachelor in Business Administration
Ewha Women’s University, Seoul, South Korea
Master of Art/ Master of Science in European Studies
University of Flensburg, Germany (Master of Arts)
South Denmark University, Denmark (Master of Science)
Master Thesis: Centrally Steered Or Self-organizing?
Regional Innovation Systems in South Korea and Germany.
A comparison of South Kyongsang and Baden-Württemberg
May 21, 2013