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Corée du Sud



Soyeon SHIM

Soyeon SHIM est doctorante en droit public à la Faculté des sciences juridiques, politiques et sociales de l’Université de Lille 2 Droit et Santé. Le sujet de sa thèse porte sur la coopération interparlementaire au sein de l’Union européenne. Egalement membre du Centre de Recherche Droits et Perspectives du Droit (CRDP, EA n° 4487, Lille 2). Ses intérêts scientifiques portent principalement sur la légitimité démocratique de l’UE, la gouvernance économique de l’UE, le rôle des parlements nationaux de l’UE et du Parlement européen, le mécanisme d’alerte précoce, la politique étrangère et de sécurité commune (PESC) et la politique de sécurité et de défense commune (PSDC) et le contrôle conjoint parlementaire sur les activités de l’EUROPOL. En tant que sud-coréenne, elle s’intéresse à la coopération des trois pays de l’Extrême-Orient (la Chine, la Corée du Sud et le Japon). Titulaire d’une Licence en droit (en Corée du Sud) et d’un Master en droit de l’Union européenne (Lille 2), elle a effectué un stage au Parlement européen (DG COM, EUVP Unit) à Bruxelles entre septembre et novembre 2015. En février 2018, elle a effectué en tant que chercheuse invitée au Parlement européen (Legislative Dialogue Unit, Directorate for Relations with National Parliaments, DG PRES) un travail approfondi sur la coopération interparlementaire au sein de l’Union européenne.



Japon



Shunsuke KIMURA

Dr. Shunsuke KIMURA

Hitotsubashi University

s.kimura(at)r.hit-u.ac.jp

Dr. KIMURA studied at Tokyo University (Japan) and Cornell Law School (USA). He holds a PhD in Public Law and is professor at the faculty of law of Hitotsubashi University. He is an expert in local public administration and comparative law. Prior to his academic position, Dr. KIMURA worked as an executive officer at the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC). He was also an officer in various local governments and in particular deputy-mayor of the City of Matsuyama.  

His main areas of research includes local autonomy law, decentralization, inter-municipal cooperation, local finance system and comparative law. He has published numerous works in these areas in English and Japanese; his latest work in English is “Regional Administration in Japan” (Routledge, 2016).

In February 2017, he also published in Japanese a book titled “Inter-municipal cooperation in the age of globalization” (Daiichi-hoki, 2017) and he was given Ph.D.

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Tokyo University (Japan)



Malaisie



Télécharger le fichierLoo-See Beh
is Associate Professor at the Department of Administrative Studies & Politics (Public Administration), Faculty of Economics & Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She holds a PhD in Training Management, M.A. in Political Science, and B.A. (Hons.) in History and Political Science. Her research focus includes public administration, public policy, socio-political studies, ethics, human resource management, and organizational studies. She sits on several committees and coordinators of several programs, collaborative research projects and seminars locally and abroad, resource person and as associate and senior member with local and international institutions including Malaysian Qualifications Agency; Malaysian Association of American Studies; Global Studies Association, UK; International Political Science Association Research Committee on SOG, USA;  American Society for Public Administration, USA; International Economics Development Research Center, Hong Kong, Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (Japan; Singapore).  She has held several administrative positions and also research and visiting appointments at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, and Griffith University, Australia.
Loo-See has published both locally and internationally and sits on the editorial board of several journals (Serbian Journal of Management, Contemporary Management Research Journal, etc) and serves as external reviewers for numerous reputable international journals and publications (e.g. Politics & Policy, Public Personnel Management, Public Integrity, Administration & Society). She has published on leadership, state legitimacy, social capital, urban governance, public ethics, administrative reform in the midst and dynamics of hybridization and globalization, public sector performance, etc. Her most recent publications has appeared in journals Public Management Review, Review of Public Personnel Administration, Supply Chain Management: an International Journal, Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, PLoS One, Review of Educational Research, BMC Research Notes, Australian Journal of Public Administration, The Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, etc., and also a recent book on Culture and Gender in Leadership: Perspectives from the Middle East and Asia  published by Palgrave Macmillan, UK (2013). 

University of Malaya
Faculty of Economics & Administration,
50603 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia

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Télécharger le fichierPhang Siew Nooi
Phang Siew Nooi is currently a Professor at the College of Law, Government and International Studies, University Utara Malaysia. She obtained her PhD (Local Government) from the University of Birmingham, England.  Dr. Phang has a special interest in local government and urban management.  At various times over the past years, she has carried out extensive research and consultancy projects in collaboration with local and international agencies in these areas and is associated as a country expert in Local Government. She has written many articles and papers on local government reforms and urban governance which have been published in reviewed journals. Dr. Phang regularly reviews articles and papers for publication in various academic journals and actively participates as a paper presenter and resource person in seminars and workshops. She is also involved as a trainer in the Asia-Pacific Regional Training Programs on sub-national and local government matters. Dr. Phang is currently researching in the areas of local government, decentralization and federal-state relations.

University Utara Malaysia,
College of Law,
Government and International Studies, 
Kedah,
Malaysia

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