Hyunwoo Kim

Hyunwoo  Kim
  • PhD Student
  • Department of Political Science

BIOGRAPHY

Hyunwoo Kim is an ABD student in the Department of Political Science at Michigan State University. His major field is International Political Economy, with a solid background in Comparative Political Economy. The primary research and teaching interest of him is the political economy of macroeconomic policy and international finance. Specifically, his dissertation addresses the distributional nature of central bank’s monetary policy and the politics which it underlies. Additionally, he has a minor in methodology and has advanced skills in survey data analysis and spatial regression. Related, he has been working as a research analyst at the Office for Survey Research at MSU’s Institute For Public and Social Research. Currently, he is participating in a project of designing survey sampling for The Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) with Dr. Paul Lavrakas, on behalf of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


Dissertation

The Political Economy of Macroeconomic Policy

Committee members: Cristina Bodea (chair), Eric Chang, Christian Houle & Shahryar Minhas