Youngmin Chu

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she/her
MPC Population Studies Predoctoral Trainee
Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Research Interests

Youngmin's research investigates the relationship between gender and economic inequality. Her primary interest lies in the labor market issues, particularly how technological development influences gender occupational clustering in the labor market. Youngmin's works also engage in health disparities and life course inequality. Using Korean Longitudinal Survey of Women and Families data, her current project explores how experienced gender discrimination in the labor market affects suicidal ideation among Korean women. 

Biography

Youngmin is a PhD student at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs focusing on gender discrimination, economic inequality, and labor market policy. She joined the MPC as Population Studies Predoctoral Trainee in 2021.

Youngmin’s research investigates the relationship between gender and economic inequality. Her primary interest lies in the labor market issues, particularly how technological development influences gender occupational clustering in the labor market. Youngmin’s works also engage in health disparities and life course inequality. Using Korean Longitudinal Survey of Women and Families data, her current project explores how experienced gender discrimination in the labor market affects suicidal ideation among Korean women.