Hyuncheol Bryant Kim
Research Affiliate

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too w Kim Hyuncheol Bryant Kim is an applied micro-economist with broad interests in development economics, health economics, public economics, education economics, and labor economics.

The main goal of his research is to understand the impact and behavioral responses to the public intervention programs in both developed and developing countries. He has been investigating various public intervention programs such as cancer screening, general health screening, long-term care insurance, girls' education support program, HIV/AIDS prevention programs such as male circumcision and HIV testing, mother and child health program, and internship program.

Hyuncheol joined IZA as a Research Affiliate in December 2016.
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IZA Discussion Papers:
No. Author(s)
11117  Patrick Opoku Asuming
Hyuncheol Bryant Kim
Armand Sim
Long-Run Consequences of Health Insurance Promotion: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Ghana
10650  Hyuncheol Bryant Kim
Suejin Lee
Wilfredo Lim
Knowing Is Not Half the Battle: Impacts of the National Health Screening Program in Korea
10644  Hyuncheol Bryant Kim
Seonghoon Kim
Thomas T. Kim
The Selection and Causal Effects of Work Incentives on Labor Productivity: Evidence from a Two-Stage Randomized Controlled Trial in Malawi