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Yoonho Choi

Assistant Professor of Economics
Simpson College offers various opportunities for the instructional development and a small class size provides better educational experiences and actively interactions with students.

Biography

Yoonho Choi is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Simpson College. He received his Ph.D. in Iowa State University in 2017. He teaches Advanced Microeconomics, Econometrics, and Time Series Analysis for Business Forecasting. Dr. Choi’s current work focuses on international currency and trade issues, and competition on product quality between developing and developed countries. He has published his work in research publications including International Journal of Production Economics, Economic Modeling, the World Economics, and International Review of Economics and Finance.

 

Expertise

  • International Trade
  • International Finance
  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Applied Econometrics

 

Credentials

  • Ph.D. Economics, Iowa State University, Ames, August 2017
  • M.A. Financial Economics, Illinois State University, Normal, August 2012
  • M.A. Economics, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, South Korea, 2002
  • B.A. Economics, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, South Korea, 1999

 

Publications

  • “Why Nontraded Goods Are Cheaper in Poor Countries?” (First author with Hailong Jin and E. Kwan Choi), International Review of Economics and Finance, forthcoming
  • “Quality Competition in North-South Trade” (First author with E. Kwan Choi), International Journal of Production Economics, 2018
  • “Unemployment and Optimal Exchange Rate in an Open Economy” (First author with E. Kwan Choi), Economic Modeling, 2018
  • International Trade in Branded and Generic Products” (First author with E. Kwan Choi), The World Economy, 2017
  • “Unemployment and Optimal Currency Intervention in an Open Economy” (Second author with Hailong Jin and E. Kwan Choi), International Review of Economics and Finance, 2016
  • “Measuring Direct Investment Potentials and its Application to Korea” (First author with H.Y. Kim), Kukje Kyungje Yongu, 2005