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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

    Understanding Film Co-Production in the Era of Globalization: A Value Chain Approach

    By: Jimmyn Parc 

    The film industry is closely linked to the nation’s culture and economy. With globalization, however, it has become more engaged in international operations through film co-production. Paradoxically, this instrument emerged as a type of discrimi- natory measure as well as reflected growing interest in regionalism, notably among European countries facing the dominance of US films. To strengthen this scheme, state subsidies have been widely offered, which...

  • Korea Project

    The Digital Transformation of the Korean Music Industry and the Global Emergence of K-Pop

    By: Jimmyn Parc Guest Author 

    There are a number of voices who blame digitization for having a number of negative effects on the music industry including a decline in album sales, copyright infringement, unfair royalty payments, and competition with foreign multinationals. Yet, the global emergence of Korean pop music or K-pop suggests a different narrative, particularly given that its growth was largely unexpected among industry experts. Understanding the key to its international breakthrough...

  • Korea Project

    The myth of subsidies in the film industry: a comparative analysis of European and US approaches

    By: Jimmyn Parc Patrick Messerlin 

    It has been widely believed that subsidies can help revive film industries, but the link between the intent and the actual results deserves more careful scrutiny. This paper addresses this issue by comparing and analyzing Europe and the United States. Originally, Europe’s subsidies were developed to increase the number of film productions, but they soon became ineffective and were largely exploited by Hollywood as a way to circumvent European protectionist...

  • Korea Project

    Between state-led and corporation-led co-productions: how has film co-production been exploited by states in Europe

    By: Jimmyn Parc 

    Co-production was developed by several European countries to revive their film industries and has become increasingly popular, spreading across the region and beyond. However, this scheme should be carefully examined as to whether it is truly beneficial to the film industry. In response, this paper proposes two new concepts, “corporation-led” and “state-led” co-productions by distinguishing them from the prevailing notion of “(international)...

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