Sangmi Jeong

About Sangmi Jeong

Sangmi Jeong is an International Relations PhD Candidate in the School of Government and Public Policy; her research interests are domestic sources of foreign policy, protests, state repression, political institutions in authoritarian regimes, and international relations of East Asia. She holds her BA and MA in International Relations with a specialization in international conflicts from Seoul National University. 

Areas of Study

International Relations, Comparative Politics

Projects

Work in Progress

“Negotiation in the Street: Domestic Protests and International Bargaining Outcomes.” - Dissertation project

“Crime and Punishment: How Crime Concerns Generate Popular Support for Repression.”

“The Effect of Societal and Campaign Diversity on Recruitment in Violent and Nonviolent Campaigns.” (with Alex Braithwaite)

“Recruitment, Veto Players, and the Outcomes of Anti-Government Campaigns.” (with Alex Braithwaite)

“Data collection project: The Strength of Legislature and Legislative Session Meetings.”  (with Paul Schuler)

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Contact Information

Sangmi Jeong
PhD Candidate

Degree(s)

M.A., Government and Public Policy, University of Arizona, 2016

M.A., International Relations, Seoul National University, 2013

B.A., Political Science, Seoul National University, 2010

Dissertation Title

“Negotiation in the Street: Domestic Protests and International Bargaining Outcomes.”