Yujung Hwang

Yujung Hwang

Assistant Professor

PhD, Yale University

Wyman Park Building 535
By appointment
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Yujung Hwang is an assistant professor of economics at Johns Hopkins University. Her research focuses on how unobservable traits, such as preference and belief, determine human behavior and how these traits may evolve under different environments. She is also interested in methodology to apply to economic models including unobservable heterogeneity. Her research uses many sociological surveys to identify the unobservable heterogeneity.


"An Estimable General-Equilibrium Structural Model of Immigrants’ Neighborhood Sorting and Social Integration" (Job Market Paper) (October 2019)

"Identification and Estimation of a Dynamic Discrete Choice Models with Endogenous Time-Varying Unobservable States Using Proxies" (December 2019)