Euncheol Shin
 
Assistant Professor 
Department of Economics
Kyung Hee University
eshin[DOT]econ[AT]khu[Dot]ac[DOT]kr




Education

Ph.D. in Economics, California Institute of Technology, 2016
B.S. in Mathematics and B.A. in Economics, Yonsei University, 2009



Published and Forthcoming Papers

1. A Model of Pre-Electoral Coalition Formation, Forthcoming in Games and Economic Behavior (DOI: 10.1016/j.geb.2018.01.001). [Link] [인터뷰 기사 링크]

2. An Economic Model of Friendship and Enmity for Measuring Social Balance on Networks, 2017, joint with Kyu-Min Lee and Seungil You, Physica A Vol 488: 205-215. [Link] 

3. Monopoly Pricing and Diffusion of Social Network Goods, 2017, Games and Economic Behavior Vol 102: 162-178. [Link] 

4. How Food Controls Aggression in Drosophila, 2014, joint with DJ Anderson, E Eyjólfsdóttir, RS Lim, and P Perona (alphabetical order), PLoS ONE 9(8): e105626. [Link]


Working Papers
 
1. Social Network Formation and Strategic Interaction in Large Networks. [PDF] Submitted.

2. Network Bottleneck and Speed of Learning (joint with Jin Huang). [A draft is available upon request.]

3. A Theory of Electoral Fraud and Voter Turnout
 
(joint with Kirill Pogorelskiy and Kota Saito). 
[A draft is available upon request.]

4. Do Teaching Practices Affect the Value of Friendship in School? (joint with Syngjoo ChoiBooyuel Kim, Eungik Lee, and Yoonsoo Park). 

5. Rationality and Preference Aggregation of Group Decision under Risk (joint with Syngjoo ChoiBooyuel Kim, Minseon Park, and Yoonsoo Park). 

6. Collective Environmental Policy Decisions and the Optimal Voting Rule. [A draft is available upon request.]

7. Do International Environmental Conventions Help Reduce Pollution? A Network-Based Approach (joint with Kyu-Min Lee).

8. Friendship Paradox and Monopoly Pricing of Social Network Goods (joint with Sang-Hyun Kim).
 
9. Collective Trauma and Low Birth Weight: Evidence from the Sewol Ferry Tragedy in South Korea (joint with Hyeonmi Ahn, Jeonghyun Kwon, and Changkeun Lee). 



Current Teaching

1. Graduate Microeconomics: Consumer theory and revealed preference.

2. Mathematical Economics: Mathematical foundations of economic analysis. [Syllabus (Mathematical Foundation of Economics)] [Syllabus (Revealed Preference)]

3. Microeconomics 2: Environmental economics and nudging in the real world (PBL class). [Syllabus]