Taehoon Kim
Student

I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Economics at Duke University.  

My research interests include various topics in macroeconomics such as firm-dynamics, labor, and international trade. My job market paper uses confidential Korean firm-level data and studies the employment behavior of business groups to understand its key mechanism, the nature of labor market frictions, and policy implications.

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