Olin Hall 234
Lecturer in Economics
Frank Kim has been part of the University of San Diego School of Business Administration since 2007.
Primarily focused on teaching undergraduates in the field of Economics, his areas of interest include Microeconomics, International Trade, Applied Econometrics, Real Estate and Finance.
He is currently a member of several board of trustees in the San Diego region and has launched several business ventures in the past 10 years. Including one with a previous student from USD.
Frank currently consults for several corporations and also works with local education based organizations to increase outside funding during the California budget crisis.
Current Research Interests:
1. Environmentally Based Alternatives to Increased Production while Reducing CO2 Emissions – Utilizing current “green” technologies and methodologies to maintain or increase company output while maintaining or lowering energy usage in advanced societies and integration options in academic institutions.
2. Making the Federal Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reduction Initiative a reality – Finding solutions to the Presidential order to reduce GHG emissions by 28% reduction government wide by the year 2020.
3. The Bubble Generation - How does Generation Y reconcile their personal sense of economic value with the prospect of ever declining incomes and living standards?