Ph.D Candidate, CEEP
YoonHee Ha has a B.S. in Political Science and International Relations from Ewha Women’s University in Korea, and an M.A. in Public Administration from Seoul National University in Korea. She has worked in the public policy field, including on national budget and public finance regulations for 15 years at the Korean National Assembly and the Grand National Party before leaving for the U.S. to further her studies. She has also been engaged in political affairs as a member of the Grand National Party, one of Korea’s major political parties. Currently, she is a Ph.D candidate at CEEP where her research focuses on seeking an alternative economic system in the heightened crisis of the globalized capitalist economy. She is a co- translator of the book “New Financial Horizons: The Emergence of an Economy of Communion” into Korean. As part of a CEEP research team, she worked on organizing the 2011 International Green Energy Economy Conference in Washington D.C. Part of her project includes developing an Asian SEU (Sustainable Energy Utility) model.