Dr David KangLecturer (Assistant Professor)
Byunghoon Kang (David) is a Lecturer in the Department of Economics at the Lancaster University since 2016. He received his Ph.D. in Economics at University of Wisconsin - Madison (USA). Before Madison, he earned an M.A. in Economics at Seoul National University and a B.S. in Mathematics at the KAIST (South Korea). His research interests include econometrics, applied econometrics.
Personal webpage: https://sites.google.com/site/davidbhkang/
Econometric Theory, Applied Econometrics;
Nonparametric series/sieves estimation, Tuning parameter choice in non/semiparametric estimation, Instrument (moment) selection in IV and GMM models, Post-model selection inference.
ECON330 : Econometrics
ECON803 : Microeconometrics
PhD Supervision Interests
I am interested in supervising Ph.D. students in any area of theoretical and applied econometrics. I am happy to help students across a broad range of empirical and theoretical aspects on micro-econometric applications.
Inference in Nonparametric Series Estimation with Data-Dependent Undersmoothing
Kang, B. 05/2017 Lancaster : Lancaster University, Department of Economics
Essays on nonparametric inference and instrument selection
Kang, B. 2016 University of Wisconsin-Madison. 149 p.
- Economics Research Group
- Industrial Organisation and Economic Theory
- Labour, Education and Health Economics