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Jung-Eun Kim

Financial Economist

Jung-Eun Kim is a financial economist in the Supervision, Regulation and Credit department. Her research focuses on banking, real estate and household finance.

Prior to joining the Richmond Fed, she taught investments and corporate finance at the University of Georgia.

Kim received her bachelor’s degree from Seoul National University and earned her master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Texas at Austin.

  • Publications

    "Does Securitization Weaken Screening Incentives?" (with D. Choi) JFQA (forthcoming)

    Returns in the Nontraded REIT Industry: Evidence from Full-Cycle Events (with Jay Hartzell, Vee Kimbrell, and James Sprow) Real Estate Finance, 2012, 29 (4), 1-17.

  • Working Papers

    "Clogged Intermediation: Were Home Buyers Crowded Out?" (with D. Choi and H. Choi)

    "Recourse and Default in Bank Portfolio CRE Lending" (with K. Binder) 

    "Slow-moving Capital and Fire Sales in Real Estate Markets" (with J. Krainer and J. Nichols)

    "Operating Capacity and Small Business Lending" (with D. Choi and E. Loutskina)

    "Banks' Concerns about External Appearances and Resolution of Problem Loans"

    "Lending Relationships and Resolution of Problem Mortgages"

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