Sung-Hee Lee


NameSung-Hee Lee
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Sociology
Research instituteCollege of Business, Law and Social Sciences
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-4607-0816

Research outputs

What determines social service workers’ wages: A cross-country analysis using a Luxembourg Income Study

Lee, S. and Yun-Young, K. 2023. What determines social service workers’ wages: A cross-country analysis using a Luxembourg Income Study. Social Policy and Society. pp. 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1474746423000350

Why are childcare costs expensive in the UK?

Lee, S. 2022. Why are childcare costs expensive in the UK? International Social Security Review . (23), pp. 53-62. https://doi.org/10.23063/2022.12.5

Ideas, Coalition Magnets and Policy Change: Comparing variation in early childhood education and care policy expansion across four latecomer countries

Lee, S. and Himmelweit, S. M. 2022. Ideas, Coalition Magnets and Policy Change: Comparing variation in early childhood education and care policy expansion across four latecomer countries. Government and Opposition. https://doi.org/10.1017/gov.2022.35

Towards optimising children's capability and tackling relative child poverty in high-income countries: the cases of Japan, Sweden and the UK since 2000

Lee, S., Takeuchi, H. and Ivarsson, A. 2022. Towards optimising children's capability and tackling relative child poverty in high-income countries: the cases of Japan, Sweden and the UK since 2000. Global Health Action. 15 (1), pp. 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1080/16549716.2022.2084230

Why the initiative of free childcare failed to be an effective policy implementation of universal childcare in South Korea

Lee, Sung-Hee 2021. Why the initiative of free childcare failed to be an effective policy implementation of universal childcare in South Korea. Journal of Asian Public Policy. https://doi.org/10.1080/17516234.2021.1955644

Work-family policy expansion and the Idea of social investment: the cases of Germany, England, Japan and South Korea

Lee, S. 2021. Work-family policy expansion and the Idea of social investment: the cases of Germany, England, Japan and South Korea. in: Policy Press.

A comparative study on social service sector workers' working conditions

Lee, Sung-Hee 2020. A comparative study on social service sector workers' working conditions. Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.

Beyond the Policy Rhetoric: The Limitations of Gender Mainstreaming in South Korea Relating to Women and Childcare

Lee, S. 2019. Beyond the Policy Rhetoric: The Limitations of Gender Mainstreaming in South Korea Relating to Women and Childcare. Social Policy and Society. https://doi.org/10.1017/s1474746419000484

Not too much and not too little: a comparison of free childcare between the UK and South Korea

Lee, S. 2019. Not too much and not too little: a comparison of free childcare between the UK and South Korea. UK Social Policy Association Annual conference 2019. Durham Univeristy 08 - 10 Jul 2019 University of Durham .

The policy discourse of social investment and the impact on socialising childcare in South Korea and Taiwan

Lee, S. 2019. The policy discourse of social investment and the impact on socialising childcare in South Korea and Taiwan. 16th EASP Conference. Taiwan 02 - 03 Jul 2019 East Asian Social Policy.

Social policy discourses around caring society in Europe

Lee, Sung-Hee 2018. Social policy discourses around caring society in Europe. Korean Women's Development Institute.

ECEC Discourses in England, Germany, Japan and Korea: Framing the Departure from the Male-Breadwinner Ideology

Lee, S. 2018. ECEC Discourses in England, Germany, Japan and Korea: Framing the Departure from the Male-Breadwinner Ideology. XIX ISA World Conference of Sociology. Toronto, Canada 15 - 21 Jul 2018 XIX ISA World Conference of Sociology.

The socio and political conundrum around the policy initiative of free childcare in South Korea

Lee, S. 2018. The socio and political conundrum around the policy initiative of free childcare in South Korea. 15th EASP conference. Bristol, UK 05 - 06 Jul 2018 East Asian Social Policy.

Family allowances in the UK

Lee, S. 2017. Family allowances in the UK. in: Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.

Social Care Service Provision in UK

Lee, Sung-Hee 2016. Social Care Service Provision in UK. Chung-Ang University Collaboration Institute.

Gender mainstreaming in South Korea – a critical analysis through discursive institutionalism around the issue of childcare

Lee, S. 2016. Gender mainstreaming in South Korea – a critical analysis through discursive institutionalism around the issue of childcare. LHSS, University of Derby.

The socialisation of childcare and a missed opportunity through gender politics: the case of South Korea

Lee, S. 2017. The socialisation of childcare and a missed opportunity through gender politics: the case of South Korea. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/sp/jxx001

Has Childcare Become Less of a Burden in South Korea? Exploring the nature of pre and post reform childcare provision

Lee, S. 2016. Has Childcare Become Less of a Burden in South Korea? Exploring the nature of pre and post reform childcare provision. Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.1080/12259276.2016.1242941
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