Daniel Schwekendiek's research interest include the social, economic and medical history of the two Koreas. He published widely on socioeconomic determinants of child malnutrition in North Korea but also on overseas adopted Koreans, Colonial Koreans and South Korea during the Cold War. He holds a BA/MA and PhD in economics from the University of Tuebingen in Germany and is currently an Assistant Professor for modern Korean studies at Sungkyunkwan University in Korea.
Frances A. Campbell is a Senior Scientist at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute. During her 30 years with FPG, Campbell has been an integral part of FPG's history of serving as an objective, knowledgeable force for social change to enhance the lives of children and famiies. She has continued to gathr information on the positive influences of early intervention. Her work with the Abecedarian Project, which began with a group of infants in 1972, has followed these children as they have aged into adulthood.