Seung Min Kim - PhD Student

Seung Min Kim

PhD Student

Personal Details

Seung Min is a first-year Ph.D. student in Sustainable Development. Seung Min is interested in the impact of climate change on agriculture, with a specific focus on the heterogeneous effect of climate and weather shocks. He is also interested in the optimal management of water resources under drought conditions.

Seung Min holds a MESc in Environmental and natural resource economics from Yale University, and a B.A. in Economics from Seoul National University, with a Minor in Earth & Environmental Sciences. At Yale University, Seung Min explored the impact of climate change on fractional outcomes arising from 1/0 probabilistic events, such as mortality rates and crop failure rates. Seung Min enjoys traveling in his free time; he traveled to more than forty countries as an undergraduate.