ECONOMIC SCIENTISTS IN COLLABORATION WITH OTHER DISCIPLINES


The core staff are economic scientists. We deal with various social and economic science issues, especially on public policy and risk management. Economics is the center of our research, but we have been trying to expand our research to other disciplines, such as, business administration, data science, psychology, and public administration. See below CVs and short bio for three core staff members and their interdisciplinary collaboration.

SUNGHEE CHOI

Founding Director

Sunghee Choi, Ph.D.

Sunghee Choi is the founding director of the EPRC and in the Faculty of Economics and Commerce at Keimyung Univ. He has been serving as an energy policy advisor for various pubic agencies, such as, Prime Minister's Office of Rep. of Korea, Ministry of Industry and Energy, Korea Energy Economics Institute, etc.  Using econometric techniques and experimental methods, Prof. Choi attempts to better understand behavior of energy market participants and policy makers. His current works focus on using eye-tracking experiment to discover intrinsic incentive of the market participants. . Please see his CV for more information.

2010~Present
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics and Commerce, Keimyung Univ.


2008-Present
Editorial Board, Korea Energy Economic Review


2015-2016
Visiting Research Scholar, Claremont Graduate Univ.


2008-2009
Expert Committee, Prime Minister's Office of Rep. of Korea


2018-2019
General Advisory Board, Clean Energy Master Plan City of Busan, Korea


2005-2010
Research Fellow, Korea Energy Economics Institute
 
 
 
 

Youngshin Kim

senior Research fellow

Youngshin Kim, Ph.D.

Youngshin Kim is an Assistant Professor of Economics and International Commerce at Keimyung University. His research interests include experimental public choice and behavioral economics. Before joining Keimyung University, he worked as a research fellow at Korea Economic Research Institute while advising government policy in Office for Government Policy Coordination, Prime Minister's Secretariat, Ministry of the Interior and Safety, Ministry of Health and Welfare. He received his Ph.D. in economics fom George Mason University. Fore more information on Prof. Kim, please click his CV.

2001
Visiting Scholar, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Washington D.C. USA

2011-2016
Public Policy Advisor, Prime Minister's Secretariat, Rep. of Korea


2014-2015
Committee Member, Ministry of Interior and Safety, Rep. of Korea


2015-2016
Special Advisor, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Rep. of Korea


2010-2017
Research Fellow, Korea Economic Research Institute


2017-present
Assistant Professor of Economics and Int'l Commerce, Keimyung Univ.

 
 
 
 

min-wook hwang

technical research assistant

Min-Wook Hwang

Min-Wook Hwang is a technical research assistant with expertise in software engineering. He is interested in various programming language. His primary mission in the Center is to develop eye-tracking experiment system. He has been awared several government-sponsored grants for eye-tracking projects in Korea.

2017
Creative Software R&D Contest Exhibit: Eye-Tracking Technology Development
2017
Frontier Ventures and Start-ups: Automatic Data Analytic Tools with Eye-Tracking