Working papers

The Unintended Consequences of Post-Disaster Policies for Spatial Sorting (with Marcel Henkel and Pierre Magontier)

Why Do Improvements in Transportation Infrastructure Reduce the Gender Gap in South Korea?

  • Homer Hoyt Doctoral Dissertation Award 2021 (Honorable Mention); Lusk Real Estate Center Research Grant ($19,000); KSEA Best Poster Award; AREUEA Dissertation Award ($2,000)

Selected Work in Progress

The Impacts of Asian Immigrants on Neighborhoods and Housing Markets in the U.S. (with Amanda Ang and Siqi Zheng)

Zoning and the Density of Urban Development, (with Matt Delventhal, Andrii Parkhomenko)

Online shopping and Generational Disparity in Accessibility to Consumption (with Hyunbae Chun and Dongyun Yang)

Peer-reviewed Publication

Learning with Differing-Ability Peers: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in South Korea (with Seungwoo Chin), The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy, 2022

JUE Insights: How Do Cities Change When We Work from Home? (with Matt Delventhal, Andrii Parkhomenko) , Journal of Urban Economics, 2022

The Effect of Super Supermarket on the Entry and Exit of Retail Stores in Korea (with Hyunbae Chun), The Korean Economic Review, 2016 (in Korean)

Non-academic Writings

What Will Become of our Cities if Work-from-home Truly Becomes the New Normal? University of Barcelona, Institut d'Economia de Barcelona, IEB Report 2021/1.

Harmonization of Cross-National Studies of Aging to the Health and Retirement Study – User Guide: Physical and Anthropometric Measurement (with Peifeng Hu) CESR Reports, Report No. 2018-001, Jan 2018

What Happens when Affordable Housing Comes to my Back Yard: Evidence from Los Angeles (with Rashad Ahmed, Andreas Aristidou, and Matthew E. Kahn)