I am a PhD candidate in economics at Purdue University.
My research fields are international economics, macroeconomic aspects of international trade and finance.
In my job market paper, I examine how non-homothetic preferences can lead to large changes in traded good expenditures over time using microdata from Consumer Expenditure Survey. For more information on my research, please see the research tab to the right.
As an instructor, I taught three semesters of Macroeconomics, and in each semester I received the Krannert Award for Distinguished Teaching.
Before joining Purdue, I studied economics as a Master student at North Carolina State University, and received my bachelor's degree from Korea University.