Political Science / Ph.D. Student
Political Economy, Trade Agreements, East Asia
Noh’s research interest is in why countries exchange
goods, money and services in ways they do. Specifically, how different domestic
institutions shape channeling domestic interest groups in shaping trade flows.
holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from Syracuse
University. She received her B.A in Political Science from Kyung Hee
University, Seoul, South Korea. Prior to coming to Syracuse University, she
worked as a research assistant at CIVICUS (World Alliance for Citizen
Participation), Geneva, Switzerland.