Suji Kang


  • Left Coalitions' Reactions to the Emergence of a Far-Right Coalition and Brexit in European Parliament. (in Korean) 2017. Korea Institute for International Economic Policy (KIEP) Research Paper Series. 5:46 (SSRNid3015179) (with Soo Ahn Shin).
    * Awarded first prize at the 2017 KU-KIEP-SBS EU Centre Research Paper Competition on EU Studies
  • Working Papers

  • How Accuracy-Pursuing Citizens Can Have Misperceptions?

  • Elite Moral Appeals in Polarized Times (with Jennifer Lin)

  • Do Legislators Speak As They Vote?: Discrepancy Between Congressional Roll Calls and Press Releases on Trade in the 114th US Congress
  • Conference Presentations

  • Estimating Trade Preferences Using GloVe: Discrepancy between Roll Calls and Press Releases on Trade in the 114th US Congress. The 5th Annual Meeting of Asian Political Methodology, Seoul, January, 2018

  • Structural Topic Model for Measuring China Agendas in the U.S. Congress. The 3rd Annual Meeting of Asian Political Methodology , Beijing, January, 2016
    Is there a partisan divide on China in the US Congress? Since the end of the Cold War, the Congress has played an increasingly important role in the US foreign policy. In this paper I analyze partisan divides of congressional speech on China-related issues from 1989 to 2012 using the structural topic model (STM). I found that (1) topics of China agendas in the US Congress are different by parties and (2) that there are some topics in which word choices are clearly divided by a party line.