Yong Yoon drafted a new course on brewery economics: “The Economics of Beer.” Beer is a splendid commodity to learn economics from. The course will touch on the science of beer making and public choice questions: the sin tax, the prohibition, and hops that made globalization possible. The course also will mention the current issue of diversity in the draft beer industry.
Yong is continuing his book project: The Perils of Korea: Limits of Recklessness. This project attempts to understand, from a public choice perspective, the ideological drift in the Korean peninsula. I have a working paper on “elections and statistics.”
Book project: The Perils of Korea: Limits of Recklessness.
Course project: The Economics of Beer
Working Paper: Elections and Statistics