I am a Postdoctoral Scholar in Economics at Caltech. Tom Palfrey is my 
mentor. I earned my PhD in Economics at Cornell University in Aug 2015. My advisers at Cornell were Robert H. Frank and Stephen Coate.

I am an applied microeconomist and I conduct lab and field experiments to understand how individuals' economic decisions are affected by other-regarding preferences such as altruism, trust, fairness concern, reciprocity, retaliation, status seeking, and ostentation. My current research interests can be summarized by three keywords: 'fairness in multilateral bargaining', 'voluntary cooperation', and 'concern for relative rank.' [ Research Statement

I will be joining the Department of Economics at the University of Mannheim as an Assistant Professor this fall.

* I usually go by 'Duk,' by pronouncing 'DOOK' quickly.
* Want to enunciate my first name, 'Duk Gyoo'? 

Upcoming schedules

  • 5/13, Santa Clara, Bay Area Behavioral and Experimental Economics Conference
  • 5/17, Seoul, Kyung Hee University
  • 5/20, Seoul, Sungkyunkwan University
  • 5/31-6/3, Ithaca, Cornell Political Economics Conference (participation)
  • 6/15-6/18, St. Louis, Econometric Society Meetings
  • 6/25-6/28, San Diego, Western Economic Association International Conference
  • 7/19, Sejong City, KAEA-KIPF Conference