Sunghyun Henry Kim

Associate Professor of Economics

Department of Economics
Suffolk University

Department of Economics

Sungkyunkwan University

Curriculum Vitae

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Contact Information (in US)

Mailing Address:

Department of Economics

Suffolk University
73 Tremont Street, 10th floor
Boston, MA 02108

Phone: 617-994-4232
Fax: 617-994-4216

E-mail: henry.kim@suffolk.edu

 

  Contact Information (in Korea)

 

Mailing Address:

Department of Economics

Sungkyunkwan University

25-2 Sungkyunkwan-ro, Jongno-gu

Seoul 110-745, Korea

 

Phone: (02) 760-0421

Fax: (02) 760-0946

 

E-mail: shenrykim@skku.edu

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Biographical Information

  • Fields of Interest: Open Economy Macroeconomics, International Finance.
  • Degrees

Ph. D., Economics, Yale University, 1998

M.A., International Economics, Seoul National University, Korea, 1991

B.A., International Economics, Seoul National University, Korea, 1989

·         Previous Positions

Assistant Professor, Tufts University, 2001-2008

Assistant Professor, Brandeis University, 1997-2001

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Research Papers

Working Papers

“How much to share: Fiscal transfers in Europe,” with Jinill Kim (Korea University). Click here for paper.

"Welfare Effects of Tax Policy in Open Economies: Stabilization and Cooperation," with Jinill Kim (Korea University). Click here for paper.

Hyperbolic Discounting and Consumer Patience during Financial Crises in Korea,” with Yoonseok Choi (Suffolk University). Click here for paper.

 Business cycle synchronization and vertical trade integration: A case study of the Eurozone and East Asia,” with Ayako Saiki (De Nederlandsche Bank). Click here for paper.

Dynamic Scoring of Tax Reform: Case of Korea,” with Yoonseok Choi (Suffolk University). Click here for paper.

“Testing an Alternative Price-Setting Behavior in New Keynesian Phillips Curve: Extrapolative Price-Setting Mechanism,” with Yoonseok Choi (Suffolk University).

Selected Published Papers

Financing Investment in East Asia: Regional or Global Savings?” with Soyoung Kim (Seoul National University) and Yoonseok Choi (Suffolk University). Forthcoming at Japan and the World Economy. Click here for paper.

“Welfare Implications of Trade Liberalization and Fiscal Reform: A Quantitative Experiment,” 2014, with Ayhan Kose (IMF). Journal of International Economics 92, 198-209. Click here for paper.

“Determinants of International Capital Flows in Korea: Push vs. Pull Factors,” 2013, with Soyoung Kim (Seoul National university) and Yoonseok Choi (Suffolk University), Korea and the World Economy 14, 447-474.

“Analyzing Macroeconomic Effects of Government Debt Using Dynamic General Equilibrium Model,” 2013, with Soyoung Kim (Seoul National university), Journal of Economic Theory and Econometrics 24, 366-392.

"International Capital Flows and Boom-Bust Cycles in the Asia Pacific Region," 2013, with Soyoung Kim (Korea University). Contemporary Economic Policy 31, 191-211. Click here for paper.

 “Solving the Multi-Country Real Business Cycle Model Using a Perturbation Method,” 2011, with Jinill Kim (FRB) and Robert Kollmann (ECARES), Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 35, 203-206.  Click here for paper.

“Solving the Incomplete Markets Model with Aggregate Uncertainty Using a Perturbation Method,” 2010, with Jinill Kim (FRB) and Robert Kollmann (ECARES). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 34, 50-58. Click here for paper.

"Calculating and Using Second Order Accurate Solutions for Discrete Time Dynamic Equilibrium Models," 2008, with Jinill Kim (Federal Reserve Board), Ernst Schaumburg (Northwestern University), and Christopher Sims (Princeton University). Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 32, 3397-3414. Click here for paper.

 “Fear of Floating in East Asia,” 2008, with Soyoung Kim (Korea University) and Yunjong Wang (KIEP). Pacific Economic Review 14, 176-193. Click here for paper.

"Two Pitfalls of Linearization Methods," 2007, with Jinill Kim (Federal Reserve Board). Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 39, 995-1001. Click here for paper.

"Dynamic Welfare Effects of Tax Reform: Case of Korea,” 2007, Korea Development Review 3(2), 177-196.Click here for paper.

"Financial Panic and Exchange Rate Overshooting During Currency Crises," 2007, with Soyoung Kim (Korea University). International Economic Journal 21(1), 71-89. Click here for paper.

"Sources of Fluctuations: Case of MENA," 2007, with Hideaki Hirata (Bank of Japan) and Ayhan Kose(IMF). Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 43(1) 5-34. Click here for paper.

“Saving, Investment and International Capital Mobility in East Asia,” 2007, with Soyoung Kim (Korea University) and Yunjong Wang (SK Research Institute). Japan and the World Economy 19(2), 279-91. Click here for paper.

“Financial Integration and Consumption Risk Sharing in East Asia,” 2006, with Soyoung Kim (Korea University) and Yunjong Wang (SK Research Institute). Japan and the World Economy 18(2), 143-57. Click here for Paper.

“Dynamics of Open Economy Business Cycle Models: the Case of Korea,” 2005, with Hyung-Do Ahn (KIEP), Korea Development Review 1(1), 157-84. Click here for paper.

“Regional vs. Global Risksharing in East Asia,” 2004, with Soyoung Kim (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) and Yunjong Wang (KIEP). Asian Economic Papers 3(3). Click here for paper.

“Integration and Fluctuations: The case of MENA,” 2004, with Ayhan Kose (IMF) and H. Hirata (Bank of Japan). Emerging Markets Finance and Trade 40(6), 49-69. Click here for Paper.

“Macroeconomic Effects of Capital Account Liberalization: Case of Korea,” 2004, with Soyoung Kim (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) and Yunjong Wang (KIEP), Review of Development Economics 8(4), 624-639. Click here for Paper.

“Dynamics of Business Cycles in Asia: Differences and Similarities,” 2003, with Ayhan Kose (IMF) and Michael Plummer (Johns Hopkins-Bologna). Review of Development Economics   7 (3), 462-477. Click here for Paper.

“Patience, Persistence and Welfare Costs of Incomplete Markets in Open Economies,” 2003, with Jinill Kim (Federal Reserve Board) and Andrew Levin (Federal Reserve Board). Journal of International Economics 61, pp. 385-96. Click here for Paper.

“Spurious Welfare Reversals in International Business Cycle Models,” 2003, with Jinill Kim (Federal Reserve Board). Journal of International Economics 60, pp. 471-500. Click here for Paper.

“Dynamics of Open Economy Business Cycle Models: Understanding the Role of the Discount Factor,” 2003, with Ayhan Kose (IMF). Macroeconomic Dynamics 7, pp. 263-90. Click here for Paper.

“The Saving-Investment Correlation Puzzle is Still a Puzzle,” 2001, Journal of International Money and Finance 20, pp. 1017-34. Click here for Paper.

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