I am a Ph.D. candidate in Organizations & Management at the Yale School of Management. I work on topics related to economic inequality with a focus on jobs, occupations, and entrepreneurship. My research explores the changing landscape of jobs, with a focus on the distributional consequences that result from the changes.

My job market paper “Good Jobs, Bad Jobs: Jurisdictional Competition and Occupational Disparity” investigates how jurisdictional competition between occupations affects the tasks performed in those occupations.

I earned my B.A. in Business Administration and M.S. in Strategic Management from Seoul National University. Prior to my graduate studies, I worked in investment banking as an Analyst for Deutsche Bank.