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School of Economic Sciences | WSU Graduate Student

Daegoon Lee

CV (pdf)

Education

  • Ph.D. in Economics, Washington State University, WA May. 2017 (Expected)
 Co-Advisors: C. Richard Shumway and Benjamin W. Cowan
    • Dissertation: Economics of Technological Change and Induced Innovation
    • Passed All Three Ph.D. Qualifying Exams with Distinction
  • M.S. in Agricultural and Resource Economics,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 2012
  • B.A. in Economics, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea 2005

Fields of Interest

  • Applied Microeconomics, Applied Econometrics, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, Agricultural Economics, Production Economics

Publications (refereed)

Manuscripts in Review

  • “Impacts of Highway Infrastructure Investment Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act” with Cho, S., D.M. Lambert, and R.K. Roland. Revised and Resubmitted
  • “Non-Neutral Marginal Innovation Costs, Omitted Variables, and Induced Innovation” with Cowan, B.W., and C.R. Shumway.
  • “When Induced Innovation Augments and Saves Less Expensive Inputs” with Shumway, C.R., and B.W. Cowan.

Work in Progress

  • “Adjustment Costs and Induced Innovation”
  • “Spillover Effects on Productivity Growth in U.S. Agriculture”

Awards

  • 2016 WAEA award for Outstanding Research.
2016 WAEA & CAES Joint Meeting, Victoria, BC, Canada (Jun. 2016)
  • SES Competitive Fifth Year Funding. WSU School of Economic Sciences (May. 2016)
  • Graduate and Professional Students Association Travel Grant, Washington State University (Sep. 2015)
  • Arnold and Julia Greenwell Memorial Scholarship
(Feb. 2015)
  • Richard and Janet L. Shumway Graduate Fellowship (Oct. 2014)
  • 1st Place in 2013 Graduate Poster Competition, WSU School of Economic Sciences (Mar. 2013)

Presentations and Posters

  • Lee, D., B.W. Cowan, and C.R. Shumway. “Non-Neutral Marginal Research Costs and Induced Innovation” Poster, Presented at the American Agricultural Economics Association, San Francisco, CA, July 2015
  • Lee, D., B.W. Cowan, and C.R. Shumway. “Non-Neutral Marginal Research Costs and Induced Innovation” Poster, Presented at 2015 Wiley Exposition, WSU, February 2015
  • Lee, D., S. Cho, R.K. Roberts, and D.M. Lambert. “Effects of Population Redistribution on Greenhouse Gas Emissions A Case Study of South Korea” Poster, Presented at 2013 Poster Competition, School of Economic Science WSU, March 2013
  • Lee, D., S. Cho, R.K. Roberts, and D.M. Lambert. “Impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act on Creating Green Jobs” Poster, Presented at the American Agricultural Economics Association, Seattle, WA, August 2012
  • Cho, S., H. Kim, R.K. Roberts, S. Kim, and D. Lee “Effects of Forestland Owner- ship Conversion on Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Case of South Korea” Paper, Presented at the American Agricultural Economics Association, Pittsburgh, PA, July 2011

Experience

Teaching Assistant 

  • Labor Economics, WSU (Pullman, WA) – Instructor: Benjamin W. Cowan (Fall 2016)
  • Econometrics III, WSU (Pullman, WA) – Instructor: Benjamin W. Cowan (Spring 2016)
  • Economics of the Global Food and Fiber System, UT (Knoxville, TN) – Instructor: Melissa Yeast (Spring 2011)

Research Assistant

  • Dr. C. Richard Shumway, WSU (Pullman, WA) Fall 2012 – Summer 2016
  • Dr. Seonghoon Cho, UT (Knoxville, TN) Fall 2010 – Summer 2012

Service

Journal Referee 

  • Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics
  • Applied Economic Perspectives & Policy

Book Review

  • Advanced Microeconomic Theory: An Intuitive Approach with Examples, Felix Munoz-Garcia, The MIT Press, Forthcoming

Leadership 

  • Vice President, SES Graduate Student Association, 2015 – 2016 School Year
  • Naval Officer, Rep. of Korea Navy, Aug. 2005 – Jun. 2008.

References

daegoon

Office:
School of Economic Sciences
Washington State University
Hulbert Hall 317
Pullman, WA 99164-6210
Phone: (509) 332-9337
Fax: (509) 335-1173
Email: daegoon.lee@wsu.edu