Jaeik LEE

Research Interest

  • Economics of Education, Education Finance, Education Policy and Planning, Early Childhood Care and Education, Access and Quality of Primary Education in Uganda

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Kobe University [Expected] (Oct. 2021)
  • Master of International Development Cooperation, Korea University (Mar. 2018)
  • Master of Economics, Kobe University (Oct. 2016)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Korea University (Mar. 2015)

Certificates

  • International & European Studies Ⅱ at University of Tuebingen, Germany (Aug. 2017)
  • The Certificate of Disaster Management, The Campus Asia Program, Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Kobe University (Sep. 2016)
  • International & European Studies Ⅰ at University of Tuebingen, Germany (Aug. 2015)
  • English Conversation, Composition, Cultural Communication, Reading For Comprehension, Western Washington University, U.S.A. (Feb. 2012)

Experiences

  • Intern, Technical and Vocational Education Training, UNESCO Bangkok (Feb-May. 2017)
  • Intern at The National Assembly of Korea, South Korea (Aug.-Dec. 2013)
  • Teaching Assistant, Theory of International Finance, at Korea University, South Korea (Sep-Dec. 2012)
  • Intern at The Hyundai Motors Corporation Investment Securities, South Korea (Aug-Sep. 2010)

Publications

  • N/A

Academic Association

  • N/A

Academic Conference Presentation

  • Lee, J. “Impact of School Factor-related Incentives on Pupil’s Absenteeism in Ugandan Public Primary Schools.” Paper presented at the 17th International Conference on Education Research (ICER), Seoul, Korea, (Oct. 2016)

Language/ Skills

  • Korean (Native), English (Fluent), Japanese (Fluent)
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

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