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Asst Prof Kang Min Wook
School of Social Sciences
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
- PhD (Economics) Cornell University 2013
- MA (Economics) University of Pennsylvania 2006
- MS (Electrical Engineering) University of California, Los Angeles 2005
- BS (Electrical Engineering) Seoul National University 2001
|Kang, Minwook is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Economics at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.|
|Macroeconomics, Economic Theory, Financial Economics, International Economics|
- Studies on the Effect of Precautionary Savings on the Economy with Extrinsic Uncertainty, and Strategic Environmental Regulations in an Open Economy
- Theoretical Approaches to the Impact of Extrinsic Uncertainty (Animal Spirit; Sunspots; Market Psychology) on Inflation, Price-level
- Three ways to overcome present bias under the hyperbolic consumption model
- Minwook Kang. (2018). The Welfare Cost of Excess Volatility in Incomplete Markets with Sunspots. Macroeconomic Dynamics, Forthcoming.
- Minwook Kang. (2018). Comparative Advantage and Strategic Specialization. Review of International Economics, 26(1), 1-19.
- M. Kang. (2017, June). Present Bias and Pareto-Improving Tax Policies. Paper presented at Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Hong Kong.
- M. Kang. (2017, May). Optimism, Present Bias, and the Macroeconomy. Paper presented at AEI-Five Joint Conference, Seoul.
- Cozzi, G., Goenka, A., Kang, M., Shell, K.(2017). Winners and Losers from Price-Level Volatility: Money Taxation and Information Frictions. In Nishimura, K., Venditti, A., and N. C. Yannelis(Ed), Sunspots and Non-Linear Dynamics(387-402). Springer.
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