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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

    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...

  • Korea Project

    Evaluating the Effects of Protectionism on the Film Industry: A Case Study Analysis of Korea

    By: Jimmyn Parc 

    This chapter assesses whether Korean film policies have been instrumental for the success of the Korean film industry . The major finding of this analysis is that protectionist policies in the film industry have played an insignificant role. First, the import quota regime did not limit the size of the Korean audiences that watched foreign films, but rather strongly induced Korean filmmakers to produce poor quality movies. Second, the screen quota system has not...

  • Korea Project

    Wrestling with or Embracing Digitization in the Music Industry: The Contrasting Business Strategies of J-pop and K-pop

    By: Jimmyn Parc 

    Digitization has signi cantly changed the process for producing and consuming music: from analogue to digital, albums to songs, possess to access, audio to visual, and end products to promotional products. In this globalized digital era, actively embracing digitization would likely help enhance the competitiveness of the music industry. e rise of K-pop and the decline of J-pop clearly demonstrate the di erent results from whether to embrace or wrestle...

  • Korea Project

    The True Impact of Shorter and Longer Copyright Durations: From Authors’ Earnings to Cultural Creativity and Diversity

    By: Jimmyn Parc Patrick Messerlin 

    Since its origin, one of the key concerns regarding copyright law was the duration of its protection. Over the last half-century, there has been a strong advocacy to prolong copyright duration. In this respect, it is important to rigorously examine if a longer copyright duration is helpful in guaranteeing the earnings of authors from their works as well as the promotion of cultural creativity and diversity. This paper addresses these issues by adopting a...

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