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  • Name Jo-Yup Ahn
  • Departments Employment Policy Research Division
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Education

· 1997  Ph.D. in Labor Economics, Ohio State University, USA
· 1989~1992  M.A. in Economics, Yale University, USA
· 1983~1985  M.A. in International Economics, Seoul National University, Korea
· 1979~1983  B.A. in International Economics, Seoul National University, Korea

Career

· 1999~Present Research Fellow, Korea Labor Institute
· 2001~2003 Director of the Labor Trend Analysis Office, Korea Labor Institute
· 1997~1999  Research Associate, Vermont University, USA
· 1993~1997  GRA, Center for Human Resource Research
· 1986~1989  Research Assistant, Korea Development Institute (KDI)

Major Publications

· Part-time Work and the Structure of Youth Labor Market Entry, Ph.D.
Dissertation, The Ohio State University, 1997
· Nonstandard Workers: Reasons for its Prevalence and Policy Directions to
Remedy Its’ Problems, Korea Labor Institute, 2000
· Economic Crisis and Non-employment Duration: To be employed or To be
self-employed, Korea Labor Review, 23 (Sept.), pp.109-131, 2000  
· The Long-term Unemployed: Its Structure and Estimation of Its Probability,
Korea Labor Institute, 2000
· Household Survey Panel Data and Permanent Income Hypothesis: The Case of
Korea, Journal of the Korean Econometric Society 10(2), 1999
· Recent Economic Crisis and Nonstandard Workers in Korean Labor Market:
Re-employment of the Unemployed, Working Paper Series, Korea Labor Institute,
1999
· Economic Behavior of Korean Individuals and Households-Analysis of The First
Wave of the Korea Labor and Income Panel Survey, Korea Labor Institute, 1999
· Living with Parents: Which Way Does the Transfer of Care Go?, The 52nd
Conference of the Gerontological Society of America (San Francisco), 1999
· Living with Parents: Which Way Does the Transfer of Care Go?, The 52nd
Conference of the Gerontological Society of America (San Francisco), 1999
· The Effects of Co-residence on Women's Reservation Wages and Labor Supply,
The Conference of the Eastern Economic Association (Boston), 1999  
· Labor Supply, Co-residence, and Health," The 51st Conference of the
Gerontological Society of America (Philadelphia), 1998