Graduate School of Asia-Pacific StudiesWaseda University


KIM Ilju


Ph.D. in Sociology, McGill University


Assistant Professor, Tohoku University International Graduate School of Accounting Policy (2017-2019)

Field of Specialization

Citizenship, International Migration, Gender, Qualitative Methods

Research Theme

Immigrants’ citizenship practices and political incorporation, Immigrants’ labor market participation, Organizational behavior

Major Works / Publications Awards

Major Works

  • Kim, Ilju. “Diverging Paths: Work and Associational Lives of Filipina Marriage Migrants in South Korea”, Social Theory and Dynamics, vol.2, pp.76-93 (2018)
  • Jung, Heung-Jun, Sung-Chul Noh, and Ilju Kim. “Relative Deprivation of Temporary Agency Workers in the Public Sector: The Role of Public Service Motivation and the Possibility of Standard Employment.” Human Resource Management Journal 28 (3): 410–426. (2018)
  • Noh, Sung-Chul & Ilju Kim. “Intra-organizational political process and organizational responses to institutional pluralism in two public broadcasters.” Korean Academy of Management 26(2): 83-112. (2018)

Academic Societies / Service to Society

Academic Societies

  • American Sociological Association
  • Japan Association for Migration Policy Studies

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