Economics - Lecturer
Office: SMH - SGMH 3374; Office Hours
Dr. Kenneth S. Kim is a lecturer in the department of economics at California State University, Fullerton. He received his undergraduate degree in Asian Studies from University of California, Santa Barbara, focusing on East Asia (Korea, Japan, China). Influenced by the 1997-98 Asian Financial Crisis, he decided to pursue his graduate studies in Exchange Rate Policy and Financial Crisis. He completed his master’s degree in economics from Cal State Fullerton, and his doctorate from the Claremont Graduate University, specializing in International Money and Finance.
Dr. Kim is currently a research associate of the Claremont Institute for Economic Policy Studies, located in Claremont, California, an internationally reputed institution for producing high-quality, policy-oriented research, fostering research on domestic and international economic policy issues while being a leader in promoting cooperative work between economists and political scientists. His current research areas and interests include Economic Development, Financial Crisis, Foreign Exchange Rate Policy, International Political Economy, New Institutional Economics, and Public Choice.
Economic Development, Exchange Rate Regime, Financial Crisis, International Political Economy, New Institutional Economics, Public Choice, Shared Mental Models
Econ 201: Principles of Microeconomics
Econ 202: Principles of Macroeconomics
Econ 310: Intermediate Microeconomics
Econ 315: Intermediate Business Microeconomics
Econ 320: Intermediate Macroeconomics
Econ 335: The International Economy
Econ 413: Law and Economics
Econ 521: Macroeconomic Perspective for Managers
Econ 590: Selected Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy - Public Finance (MS in Taxation - Irvine Campus)