I am an associate research fellow at Korea Development Institute.
Email: dongyoung.kim0123[at]gmail.com, email@example.com
2023 Ph.D., Economics, Duke University
2017 M.A., Economics, Sogang University
2015 B.A., Economics (Summa Cum Laude and Departmental Honors), Sogang University
Fields of Interest
Health Economics, Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics
Intergenerational Impact of Early Life Exposure to Trauma: Parental Exposure to the Korean War and Risk Aversion, 2022, with Young-Il Albert Kim Submitted
Emergency Room Shopping: Evidence from Patient Fixed Effects Approach, 2023 (available upon request)
Heat of the Moment: Effects of Temperature on EMS Response Time, 2023 (available upon request)
Wealth and Risk Attitude: Evidence from House Price Increase in Korea, 2023, with Young-Il Albert Kim (available upon request)
(Previous title: The Allocation of Time after Psychological Shock: Evidence from the Sewol Ferry Disaster)
Publications (Pre-Doctoral Research)
Mental Health Cost of Terrorism: Study of the Charlie Hebdo Attack in Paris [Final Preprint Version], with Young-Il Albert Kim. Health Economics, 2018, 27(1), pp. e1-e14.
The Long-Term Human Toll of Natural Disasters: A Study of Fetal Exposure to the 1974 Super Tornado Outbreak, with Sok Chul Hong and Eutteum Lee. Applied Economics, 2021, 53(4), 469-481.
Selected Works in Progress
Mental Health Effects of Housing Prices, with Young-Il Albert Kim.
Gendered Long-Run Effects of Peace on Human Capital: Evidence from the End of the Aceh Insurgency.
Maternal Stress and the Timing of Fertility: Evidence from Traditional Holidays in South Korea.