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SUN-KI CHOI

Curriculum Vitae
St. Lawrence University
215A Hepburn Hall
Canton, NY 13617
Phone: (972) 955-4273
Email: schoi@stlawu.edu
http://sunkichoi.weebly.com/
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
Visiting Assistant Professor, St. Lawrence University, August 2016 – Present
EDUCATION
Ph.D.

Economics, University of Kentucky, 2016
Dissertation: “The Determinants and Trends in Public-Private Wage Differential”
(Committee: John Garen (Chair), William Hoyt, Carlos Lamarche, and Nancy
Johnson (Outside Member))
M.S. Economics, University of Kentucky, 2012
M.A. Economics, Syracuse University, 2011
M.A. Economics, New York University, 2009
B.A. Economics, Sogang University, 2007 (Cum Laude)
FIELDS OF INTEREST
Labor Economics, Public Economics, Economic Education
WORKING PAPERS
“The Federal-Private Wage Differential: How has it Evolved?” (job market paper)
“Podcasts in the Economics Curriculum: A study in Implementation and Effectiveness.”
(with Chelsea Dowell, Daniel Duncan, and Gail Hoyt.) (Invited for Revise and Resubmit at
the Journal of Economic Education)
“How Job Mismatch Affects Differently in Wage and Job Turnover by Gender?: Why
Female Wants to Change More?” (with Hyungjo Hur)
WORK IN PROGRESS
“Gender Difference in Labor Outcomes and Job Satisfaction: Examining the Effects of
Mismatch between Required and Actual Levels of Education.” (with Hyungjo Hur)
PRESENTATIONS
“How Job Mismatch Affects Differently in Wage and Job Turnover by Gender?: Why
Female Wants to Change More?” presented at:
Southern Economic Association Conference, Nov. 2016
Kentucky Economic Association Conference, Oct. 2016

“The Federal-Private Wage Differential: How has it Evolved?” presented at:
Southern Economic Association Conference, Nov. 2015
Kentucky Economic Association Conference, Oct. 2015
“Podcasts in the Economics Curriculum: A study in Implementation and Effectiveness”
presented at:
Allied Social Science Associations (ASSA) Conference, Jan. 2015
Southern Economic Association Conference, Nov. 2014
Kentucky Economic Association Conference, Oct. 2014
University of Kentucky Teaching Workshop, Apr. 2014
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Southern Economic Association Conference, Nov. 2016
Southern Economic Association Conference, Nov. 2015
Kentucky Economic Association Conference, Oct. 2015
Kentucky Economic Association Conference, Oct. 2014

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Visiting Assistant Professor, St. Lawrence University
ECON 200: Quantitative Methods in Economics

(4 Sections)

Graduate Instructor, University of Kentucky
ECO 201: Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 391: Economics and Business Statistics

(7 Sections)
(8 Sections)

Graduate Lab Tutor, Syracuse University
ECO 201: Ideas and Issues in Economics

(4 Sections)

HONORS AND AWARDS
Luckett Fellowship, University of Kentucky (2013-2015)
Gatton Fellowship, University of Kentucky (2012)
Gatton Teaching Assistantship, University of Kentucky (2011-2014)
Maxwell Teaching Assistantship, Syracuse University (2009-2010)
Sogang Academic Scholarship, Sogang University (2000-2002, 2004-2006)
SOFTWARE/PROGRAMMING
Stata, EViews, Minitab, Matlab, LATEX, Beamer, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
DATA EXPERIENCE
Current Population Survey (CPS), Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP),
Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), American Community Survey (ACS),
National Survey of College Graduate (NSCG)

REFERENCES

TEACHING REFERENCE

Dr. John Garen
Professor
Department of Economics
University of Kentucky
Phone: (859) 257-3581
Email: jgaren@uky.edu

Dr. Gail Hoyt
Professor & Director of Undergraduate
Studies
Department of Economics
University of Kentucky
Phone: (859) 257-5217
Email: ghoyt@uky.edu

Dr. William Hoyt
Chair of the Department
Department of Economics
University of Kentucky
Phone: (859) 257-2518
Email: whoyt@uky.edu
Dr. Carlos Lamarche
Associate Professor
Department of Economics
University of Kentucky
Phone: (859) 257-3371
Email: clamarche@uky.edu

Dr. James R. Gillette
Associate Professor
Department of Economics
University of Kentucky
Phone: (859) 257-1411
Email: jrgill01@uky.edu