J.D., Harvard Law School
M.A.L.D. (International Affairs), The Fletcher School, Tufts University
B.A., Ethics, Politics, & Economics, Yale University
Areas of Expertise
International financial regulation
International trade law
Corporate social responsibility and accountability
Stephen Park is an Assistant Professor of Business Law at the University of Connecticut School of Business. His research is in the areas of international financial regulation, international trade law, corporate social responsibility and accountability, and corporate compliance. His current work focuses on new and evolving forms of governance and regulation in the global financial markets, including sovereign debt finance, socially responsible finance, and corporate social reporting. In addition, he is undertaking research on the corporate compliance function and its implications for corporate governance.
Professor Park’s research has been published in the American Business Law Journal, the Stanford Journal of Law, Business, & Finance, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law, the Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business, the Virginia Journal of International Law, and the Georgetown Journal of International Law. Among the awards and honors that he has received for his research are the Holmes-Cardozo Award for Best Conference Paper and the Ralph J. Bunche Award for Outstanding Paper in International Business Law from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business and the Hoeber Memorial Award for Excellence in Research from the American Business Law Journal.
At UConn, Professor Park is Director of the Business and Human Rights Initiative, a partnership between the School of Business, the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, and the Human Rights Institute, and Co-Director of the Corporate and Regulatory Compliance Graduate Certificate Program, co-administered by the School of Business and the School of Law.
- “Turning Corporate Compliance Into Competitive Advantage,” 19 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law (forthcoming 2017) (with R.C. Bird). Download Now
- “Puerto Rico’s Debt Dilemma and Pathways Toward Sovereign Solvency,” 54 American Business Law Journal 9 (2017) (with T.R. Samples). Download Now
- “Special Economic Zones and the Perpetual Pluralism of Global Trade and Labor Migration,” 47 Georgetown Journal of International Law 1379 (2016). Download Now
- “Towards Sovereign Equity,” 21 Stanford Journal of Law, Business, & Finance 240 (2016) (with T.R. Samples). Download Now
- “The Domains of Corporate Counsel in an Era of Compliance,” 53 American Business Law Journal 203 (2016) (with R.C. Bird). Download Now
- “The Long Arm of Section 337: International Trade Law as a Global Business Remedy,” 52 American Business Law Journal 621 (2015) (with M.A. Pagnattaro). Download Now
- “A Firm-Driven Approach to Global Governance and Sustainability,” 52 American Business Law Journal 255 (2015) (with G. Berger-Walliser). Download Now
- “Targeted Social Transparency as Global Corporate Strategy,” 35 Northwestern Journal of International Law & Business 87 (2014). Download Now
- “Guarding the Guardians: The Case for Regulating State-Owned Financial Entities in Global Finance,” 16 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 739 (2014). Download Now
- “Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk: Reviving Global Trade and Development after Doha,” 53 Virginia Journal of International Law 365 (2013). Download Now
- “Bridging the Global Governance Gap: Reforming the Law of Trade Adjustment,” 43 Georgetown Journal of International Law 797 (2012). Download Now