Visiting Fellow Profile
Kang-Shik Choi, South Korea
Kang-Shik Choi is a professor at Yonsei University, School of Economics (Seoul, Korea) where he teaches labor economics and personnel economics. He earned his Ph. D. (1993) in Economics from Yale University. He is interested in investment in human capital, impacts of technological change on earnings distribution as well as gender gap in the labor market.
During his stay at ILR, he is interested in working on the comparison of technological change impact on wages in the self-employed and in wage workers; gender gaps in science and engineering occupations; and comparison of gender discrimination between the self-employed and paid workers.
- Kang-Shik Choi, South Korea