Dr. Hanol Lee is an Associate Professor at Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, China. He received his Ph. D. degree in Economics from Korea University, Republic of Korea. His research interests are machine learning, extreme weather events, human capital, education, growth and development, and applied econometrics. He has been published several papers on topics relating to education and human capital in international academic journals such as Journal of Development Economics, Cities, and Feminist Economics. He has taught at Southwestern University of Finance and Economics and Korea University and served as a consultant and researcher to the Asian Development Bank, Korea Development Institute and Asiatic Research Institute.
Ph.D. in Economics, Korea University, 2017.
M.A. in Economics, Korea University, 2012.
B.S. in Industrial Engineering and B.A. in Economics, Korea University, 2010.
Machine learning, extreme weather events, human capital, education, growth and development, applied econometrics.
Human Capital in the Long Run (with Jong-Wha Lee), Journal of Development Economics, 122, 2016.
Human Capital and Income Inequality (with Jong-Wha Lee), Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 23(4), 2018.
Peer Discrimination Toward Rural Migrant Students and Academic Performance in Urban China: A Machine Learning Approach (with Eunbi Song), Cities, 131, 2022.
Selected Working Papers
Educational Quality and Income Disparities Between and Within Countries (with Jong-Wha Lee), revise and resubmit at Journal of Economic Growth, 2022.
Washed Away: The Impacts of Extreme Rainfall on Child Marriage in Bangladesh (with Dainn Wie and Eunbi Song), submitted, 2022.
Postgraduate: Economic Research and Practice (Machine Learning)
Undergraduate: Introduction to Machine Learning, Applied Econometrics, Econometrics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics.