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Jimmyn Parc

Email: jimmynparc@gmail.com


Jimmyn  Parc





Jimmyn PARC (Ph.D.) is a visiting lecturer at Sciences Po Paris and an associated researcher at the EU Center, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University. He has published several academic articles and conducted a number of research projects related to competitiveness of organizations, industries, and countries. His main research topics are on strategies of different business systems and cultures with historical approaches.






  • Korea Project

    Between Technological Advancement and Protectionism: The Bumpy Evolution from MP3 Players to Smartphones in Korea

    By: Jimmyn Parc 

    In recent years, K-pop or Korean popular songs have enjoyed immense popularity around the world. However, the situation was very different before the mid-2000s when the industry was suffering from widespread piracy of its music. Furthermore, the emergence of the MP3 phone in the early 2000s provoked two critical conflicts. One was between the producers of the MP3 phone who were large conglomerates and the manufacturers of the standalone MP3 player who were smaller...

  • Korea Project

    Accumulated and Accumulable Cultures: The Case of Public and Private Initiatives toward K-Pop

    By: Jimmyn Parc Hwy-Chang Moon 

    When it comes to the promotion of culture, many tend to highlight the vital role of public initiatives. This idea is based on the common perception that culture is part of the nation-state. This belief also stems from the confusion between two types of culture. To address such misperceptions, this paper emphasizes a distinction between accumulated and accumulable cultures: The former is associated with the nation-state and local conditions. Given that it has formed...

  • Korea Project

    Assessing the Impact of Protectionism upon the Performance of Actors: The Case of the French and Korean Film Industries

    By: Jimmyn Parc Guest Author 

    The film industry has received increasing attention due to social, cultural, and economic reasons. Consequently, many countries have introduced various measures to protect and promote it, particularly through the use of subsidies. So far, many works have focused on how protectionism affects the film industry with focus on production and consumption. In this regard, this paper focuses on the impact of protectionism upon the performance of actors by...

  • Korea Project

    In Search of an Effective Trade Policy for the Film Industry: Lessons from Korea

    By: Patrick Messerlin Jimmyn Parc 

    This article explores which trade-related policies are effective – that is both economically and culturally sound – to promote the film industry that has recently been highlighted more due to its prominent political, economic and cultural dimensions. By examining the trade-related policies of nine major countries for their film industries over the last forty years, several important findings are extracted which contribute towards a more pragmatic debate...

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