Byung-Cheol Kim

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Office: Room 324, Old CE Building
Phone: 1+ 404.894.4912
Fax: 1+ 404.894.1890

I joined to the School of Economics in August, 2008 and is awared the promotion to Associated professor with tenure from August, 2014. My primary research fields are Industrial Organization and Applied Microeconomics. I have published research works to RAND Journal of Economics, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, and International Journal of Industrial Organization. I have taught Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, Math for economics and Game Theory. 

Publications

  • "Signaling, Learning and Screening Prior to Trial: Informational Implications of Preliminary Injunctions"

    forthcoming, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 29(5): 1085-1113, 2013 (with Thomas. D. Jeitschko)

  • "Dynamic Competition in Technological Investments: An Empirical Examination of the LCD Panel Industry "

    (with Jeongsik Lee, Young-Mo Lim) International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol.29, Issue 6, November 2011, pp.718-728.

  • "Net Neutrality and Investment Incentives"
    (with Jay Pil Choi
    RAND Journal of Economics, Vol.41, No.3, Autumn 2010 pp. 446-471
  • "Customer Information Sharing: Strategic Incentives and New Implications"
    (with Jay Pil Choi) Journal of Economics and Management Strategy Vol. 19 Issue 2, 2010, pp.403-433.

Under Revision

  • "Net Neutrality, Business Models, and Internet Interconnection"

     (with Jay-Pil Choi and Doh-Shin Jeon) R&R from American Economic Journal: Microeconomics

  • "Platform Entry Strategy in a Two-Sided Market: Evidence from the Online Daily Deals Promotion Industry"

     (with Jeongsik "Jay" Lee and Hyunwoo Park) R&R from International Journal of Industrial Organization

  • "Export Growth and Credit Constraints"

     (with Tibor Besedes and Volodymyr Lugovskyy) R&R from European Economic Review

Selected Working Papers

  • "A Two Sided Carbon Story: Carbon Capture and Storage and Enhanced Oil Recovery"

    (with Juan Moreno-Cruz) submitted

  • "Less Bang for the Buck? A Natural Experiment in NIH Funding"

    (with Hyunwoo Park, Jeongsik Lee) submitted

  • "Asymmetric Neutrality Regulation and Innovation at the Edges: Fixed vs. Mobile Networks"

      (with Jay-Pil Choi and Doh-Shin Jeon)  NET Working Paper Series 13-24.

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