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Jasper Kim (JD/MBA) was a visiting scholar at Harvard University and Stanford University, and is now a tenured professor at the Graduate School of International Studies at Ewha University, as well as invited faculty at UC Berkeley and The Straus Institute of Dispute Resolution. He is a contributor to BBC, Bloomberg, Christian Science Monitor, CNBC, LA Times, NPR, NYT/IHT, Voice of America, and the Wall Street Journal. Jasper Kim is an American lawyer with international academic and practitioner experience. Previously, he worked for Barclays Capital, Credit Suisse, and Lehman Brothers. Follow him on Twitter @JasperKim101. Learn more at jasperkim.com
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