I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Rochester. My research broadly focuses on political risks that foreign direct investment (FDI) faces. Within my research, I apply formal theory and implement quantitative analysis of firm-level datasets to study how multinational corporations handle political risks such as the host government's policy changes, armed conflicts, and investment screening. I am also interested in collecting new micro-level datasets to solve the issue of sample choice in FDI studies.
I received my MA degree in Political Science and MS degree in Economics from Purdue University in 2017. I received my Bachelor degree in Political Science from Konkuk University in 2012.