Visiting scholars

Boram Lee

Visiting Fellow

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Government at Harvard University.

My research focuses on international political economy and international institutions. My book project--Moral Brokerage: Political Origins of Linkages Between Trade and Environmental Issues--explains how the domestic and international political institutional context provides opportunities for politically weak value-based issue advocates to infiltrate the iron curtain of the trade policy-making process despite opposition from powerful pro-trade businesses.

I received my B.A. in French Language and Literature, and M.A. in Political Science both from Korea University in Seoul, Korea.

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Does attaching environmental issues to trade agreements boost support for trade liberalisation?

This blog post shows that the omission of environmental issues in the new EU-US trade negotiations may make it challenging to pass the trade agreement in the European Parliament. In particular, the inclusion of environmental issues is pivotal to keep the second largest, centre-left S&D group in the pro-trade coalition.

By: Boram Lee Topic: Global economy and trade Date: April 24, 2019