Sojun Park

Sojun Park is a Ph.D. candidate in Politics at Princeton. His research expertise lies in the politics of intellectual property rights, where he studies how public interests shape business-government and inter-governmental relations. His job market paper shows how public pressure for government regulation of patented medicines leads to self-regulation by global drug companies, using game theory and statistical analysis. His other dissertation chapter explains how business interests shape trade policies for patent protection. His co-authored projects also examine how international organizations help member states maintain their autonomy over public policies and improve public accountability during national emergencies. Personal Website

trade  development  multinational corporations  globalization  technology