I obtained Ph.D in economics from Michigan State University after four years (2003-2007) of study under Professor Jay Pil Choi's advice. Then, I served one year as a Visiting Assistant Professor in Economics and an Adjunct Professor in the College of Law, both at MSU. In 2008, I moved to my current position. My primary research fields are Industrial Organization and Applied Microeconomics. My recent research works have been published in the RAND Journal of Economics, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, Industry and Innovation, and International Journal of Industrial Organization. I have taught Microeconomics (Ph.D., MA, Undergrad), Industrial Organization (Ph.D., Undergraduate), Mathematical Economics (Ph.D., MA) and Game Theory (Undergraduate).
forthcoming, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 29(5): 1085-1113, 2013 (with Thomas. D. Jeitschko)
(with Jeongsik Lee) Industry and Innovation Vol. 20 Issue 1, 2013 pp. 1-21 (Lead Article).
(with Jeongsik Lee, Young-Mo Lim) International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol.29, Issue 6, November 2011, pp.718-728.
(with Jay-Pil Choi and Doh-Shin Jeon) R&R from American Economic Journal: Microeconomics
(with Tibor Besedes and Volodymyr Lugovskyy) R&R from European Economic Review
(with Jay-Pil Choi and Doh-Shin Jeon) NET Working Paper Series 13-24.
(with Jeongsik "Jay" Lee and Hyunwoo Park) Submitted