Chanwool Kim graduated from the University of Chicago in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, in Public Policy Studies, and in Statistics, and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics.
As an undergraduate, Chanwool worked on a data standardization project. He is currently working on a theory of parental investment project. His primary research interests include applied microeconomics of education, transportation, and social security benefits. Chanwool also works at Booth School of Business as a research professional studying consumption response to unemployment insurance, and at the Becker Friedman Institute as a research assistant developing an automated economic reasoning tool.
In his spare time, he enjoys reading and writing play scripts, one of which he published and directed three years ago. He is also a proud fan of the Vancouver Canucks.