I earned my PhD in Economics at Cornell University. My primary fields are public and behavioral economics, and the secondary fields are microeconomic theory and experimental economics. My advisers are Robert H. Frank and Stephen Coate. William D. Schulze is my committee member.
My current research interests can be summarized by two keywords: 'voluntary cooperation' and 'unnecessary competition.' [Research Statement]
Starting in October 2015, I will be joining California Institute of Technology as a Dan Searle Postdoctoral Fellow in Economics.
(June 1, 2015)
* I usually go by 'Duk,' with pronouncing 'DOOK' quickly.
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