Name Young Sook Kim
    Position Research Fellow
    Major Public Administration
    Tel 82-2-3156-7123
    Education ■ B.A, in Public administration, University of Seoul, Korea, February 22, 1995.

    ■ M.A. in Economics, University of Tsukuba, Japan, March 25, 2002.

    ■ Ph.D. in Economics, University of Tsukuba, Japan, March 25, 2005.
    ■ October 10, 2005 ∼ March 15, 2007.
    Research Fellow, The Board of Audit and Inspection of Korea,

    ■ March 19, 2007 ∼ February 5, 2010.
    Research Fellow, National Health Insurance Corporation,
    Research Interest Primary: Applied Econometrics.
    Secondary: Health and Labor Economics.
    Specific Research Areas and Topics: Limited Dependent Variable, Treatment Effects.

    ■ Kim, Y.S., 2004, What makes family members live apart or together?: an empirical study with Japanese Panel Study of Consumers, The Kyoto Economic Review 73(2), 121-139.

    ■ Lee, M.J. and Y.S. Kim, 2007, Multinomial choice and nonparametric average derivatives, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 41, 63-81.

    ■ Yoshida, A. and Y.S. Kim, 2008, Sharing health risk and income risk within households: evidence from Japanese data, Applied Economics 40, 1723-1735.

    ■ Lee, M.J. and Y.S. Kim, 2012, Zero-inflated endogenous count in censored model: effects of informal family care on formal health care, Health Economics 21, 1119-1133.

    ■ Kim, Y.S., Taul Cheong and M.J. Lee, 2013, Effects of Basic Elder Pension on Self-Assessed Health: Fixed-Effect Ordered Logit with Time-Varying Parameters, , Vol. 24, No. 3, Sep., 193?205.

    ■ Lee, M.J. and Y.S. Kim, 2014, Difference in Differences for Stayers with a Time-varying Qualification: Health Expenditure Elasticity of the Elderly, Health Economics, Vol. 23, 1134?1145.

    ■ Kim, Y.S. and M.J. Lee, 2016, Regression-kink approach for wage effect on male work hours, Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Vol 78, 424-442.


    ■ April 1999 ~ March 2005 Japanese Government Scholarship


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