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Asst Prof Kang Min Wook
Assistant Professor, School of Social Sciences
|Ph.D. in Economics, Cornell University, 2013|
M.A. in Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2006
M.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of California at Los Angeles, 2005
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University, 2001
|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
- Three ways to overcome present bias under the hyperbolic consumption model
- Minwook Kang. (2019). Inflation-indexed Bonds and Nominal Bonds: Financial Innovation and Precautionary Motives. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Forthcoming.
- Minwook Kang. (2019). Pareto-Improving Tax Policies under Hyperbolic Discounting. International Tax and Public Finance, 26(3), 618-660.
- Dubey, R. S. and Kang, M. (2019). Transfer Paradox in a Stable Equilibrium. Economic Theory Bulletin, Forthcoming.
- Minwook Kang. (2019). The Welfare Cost of Excess Volatility in Incomplete Markets with Sunspots. Macroeconomic Dynamics, 23(3), 1062-1073.
- Kang, M. and Ye, S. L. (2019). Present Bias and Corporate Tax Policies. Journal of Public Economic Theory, 21(9), 265-290.
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