Jeonghun Kim

Jeonghun Kim
People Type
PhD Students
Address
228 Middlebush Hall
Education

MA from Korea University

Research Emphasis

Labor economics

Applied econometrics

Policy analysis

Bio

Jeonghun earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics in 2009 and studied applied macroeconometrics for a master’s degree in Economics in 2012 from Korea University, South Korea. While working on a master’s degree, he worked with the National Institute for Mathematical Sciences and National Assembly Budget Office for research projects and published a paper which uses a multinomial logit model. His research interests are labor economics, applied econometrics, and policy analysis. He is now working as a graduate research assistant on a project studying tax policy.

Courses Taught

Principles of Macroeconomics(Econ1015), Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Missouri, Spring 2016.

Principles of Macroeconomics(Econ1015), Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Missouri, Fall 2015.

Principles of Microeconomics(Econ1014), Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Missouri. Spring 2015.

Money and Banking(Econ3229), Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of Missouri, Fall 2014.

Selected Publications

Determinants of Interest-Rate Policies by the Monetary Policy Committee and the FOMC, Journal of Industrial Economics and Business, Vol.27, No.1, 2014 (Corresponding authored with Myung-Hoon Lee).

Projects

Socio-Economic Ripple Effects Analysis for Ecosystem Disturbance – Study on Effects of Climate Change on the Rice-Ecosystem through Developing the Virtual System‘ in the joint study with the National Institute for Mathematical Sciences, 2010.

Social Welfare Service Delivery System of Foreign Countries and their Implications for Reconsideration of Financial Outcome‘ submitted formally to National Assembly Budget Office, 2009.