연구분야 및 실적
주요 경력 및 최근 학회 활동
Professor, Department of Sociology, Sogang University, Sep 2017 -
Senior Fellow, National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago, Sep 2017 -
Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology, Seoul National University, Sep 2013 - Feb 2014
Assistant to Associate Professor (with Tenure), Department of Sociology, University of Chicago, July 2008 - June 2017
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Utah, July 2005 - June 2008
주요 연구업적 및 연구 동향 (최근 5년간)
2019. 『불평등의 세대』 (문학과지성사)
2019. 『노동-시민연대는 언제 작동하는가』(후마니타스, When Solidarity Works: Labor-Civic Networks and Welfare in Market Reform Era의 역서)
2016. 『When Solidarity Works: Labor-Civic Networks and Welfare States in the Market Reform Era』(Cambridge University Press)
이철승. 2019. "세대, 계급, 위계: 386세대의 집권과 불평등의 확대 " 『한국사회학』 53(1):1-48.
Klein, Steven and Cheol-Sung Lee. 2018. “Politics of Forward and Backward Infiltration: Towards a Dynamic Theory of Civil Society” Forthcoming in Sociological Theory.
이철승ㆍ황인혜ㆍ임현지. 2018. “한국 복지국가의 사회경제적 기초_자산 불평등, 보험 욕구, 복지 선호도 2007-2016”, 『한국정치학회보』
이철승. 2018. "한국노동운동과 복지국가의 미래 전략",『비판사회정책』58: 197-241.
Klein, Steven and Cheol-Sung Lee. 2018. "The Politics of Forward and Backward Infiltration: Towards a Dynamic Theory of Civil Society" Forthcoming in sociological Theory.
이철승·정준호. 2018. "세대 간 자산이전과 세대 내 불평등의 증대", 『동향과 전망』104: 260-317.
이철승. 2017. "디지털 경제 시대의 고용형태와 노동권의 한국 사례 연구" pp.55-83. 『디지털 기술발전에 따른 새로운 일자리 유형과 정책적 대응』장지연 외. 한국노동연구원 연구 보고서 2017-05.
이철승. 2017. "결합노동시장지위와 임금불평등의 확대, 2004-2015",『경제와 사회』114(3): 103-144.
이철승. 2017. "다중격차와 노동-시민 연대" pp.201-222『다중격차 Ⅱ: 역사와 구조』황규성ㆍ강병익 엮음. 페이퍼로드.
이철승. 2016. [산별노조 운동의 성과와 한계] 『다중격차, 한국사회 불평등 구조』전병유ㆍ신진욱 엮음. 페이퍼로드.
Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2016. “Going Underground: The Origins of Divergent Forms of Labor Parties in Recently Democratized Countries.” Sociological Theory 34: 220-249.
Cho, Seok-Joo, Yong-Kyun Kim and Cheol-Sung Lee. 2016. “Bilateral Investment Treaties and Domestic Institutions.” Review of International Organizations 11: 25-58.
Lee, Cheol-Sung and Inhoe Ku. 2016. “Welfare States and Poverty” in The Oxford Handbook of Poverty and Society. Eds. D. Brady and L. Burton. Oxford University Press (Invited).
Lee, Naeyun and Cheol-Sung Lee. 2015. “Relational Skill Assets and Anti-Immigrant Sentiments.” Social Science Research 52: 270-289.
Akchurin, Mary and Cheol-Sung Lee.* 2013 “Pathways to Women’s Empowerment: Repertoires of Women’s Activism and Gender Earnings Equality in Comparative Perspective.” American Sociological Review 78: 679-701.
Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2013. “Welfare States and Social Trust.” Comparative Political Studies 46:603-630.
Lee, Cheol-Sung. 2012 “Associational Networks and Welfare States in Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan.” World Politics 64: 507-554.
Kim, Phillip, Cheol-Sung Lee, and Paul D. Reynolds. 2012. “Backed by the State: Social Protection and Entrepreneurial Entry into Knowledge-Intensive Industries.” Pp. 25-62 in Entrepreneurial Action: Advance in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth. Vol 14. Eds. A. C. Corbett and J. Katz. Emerald Group Publishing.
Lee, Cheol-Sung, Young-Beom Kim, and Jae-Mahn Shim. 2011.“The Limit of Equality Projects: Public Sector Expansion, Sectoral Conflicts, and Income Inequality in Post-Industrial Democracies.” American Sociological Review 76: 100-124.
Lee, Cheol-Sung and Andrew Schrank.* 2010. “Incubating Innovation or Cultivating Corruption? The Developmental State and the Life Sciences in Asia.” Social Forces 88: 1231-1258.
Featured in Science in 2011
HONORS AND GRANTS
학술진흥재단 인문사회기초 일반공동연구 "세계화와 세대 간 불평등 구조" NFR 2018039022 (PI: 이철승)
SSK-Multiple Inequality Project (Social Science Korea NFR-2014SLA3A2044833) 2015-17 (PI: Byung-Yu Chun).
Outstanding Article Award in 2013 ASA in Sociology Development Section and Honorable Mentions in 2013 ASA Political Sociology and Labor and Labor Movements Sections (with “Associational Networks and Welfare States in Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan.” World Politics 64: 507-554).
Outstanding Article Award in 2012 ASA Inequality, Mobility, and Poverty Session (with “The Limit of Equality Projects: Public Sector Expansion, Sectoral Conflicts, and Income Inequality in Post-Industrial Democracies.” American Sociological Review 76: 100-124.)
“Identity, Networks, and the Origins of Participatory Democracy in Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan” (formerly “Going-Underground” project) National Science Foundation ($180,517).
“Going Underground: The Origins of Participatory Democracy and Elite Transformism in Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan” The Social Sciences Divisional Research funding 2011/12, University of Chicago.
“The Structure of Associational Networks and the Politics of Social Protection.” The Social Sciences Divisional Research funding 2010/11, University of Chicago.