Name: Eun-Jin, Kim
Ph.D. , and as of
Jan. 2006, Assistant Professor, Tarleton State University-Texas A&M
- 2000.- 2005. Ph.D. student, Family Resource
Ohio State University (GPA:3.83,
Supporting Areas: Statistics, Sociology)
- 1996. B.S, M.S. Home Economics , Hanyang University, Korea
of the AARP Public Policy Institute Financial Services and the Older
Consumer Award: the 50th
American Council on Consumer Interests Conference in Washington D.C. (2004)
of Student Travel Fund: the 49th American Council of
Consumer Interests Conference
in Atlanta, Georgia (2003)
D. Scott Fellowship (2003-2004)
College of Human Ecology, Ohio State University
Department of Consumer
Sciences, Ohio State University
Department of Home
Economics, Hanyang University, Korea
research using a national longitudinal data set, Health and
Retirement Study (2003-2004)
of Competitive Papers for the 2005 American Council on
Teaching Associate: FmResM260
Family Financial Management
Internship: FmResM543 Consumer Decision-Making
- Teaching Internship: FmResM543 Consumer
Survey Research Methodology-Health and Retirement Study
at University of Michigan (2003)
“Rural Families Speak” project [Rural low-income families: Tracking their
well-being in the context of
welfare reform] (2001-2003)
- Analyzing data collected using
multi-cluster sampling methods
Multivariate regression analysis, Logistic regression analysis,
Simultaneous regression analysis (2 Stage Least
- Statistical Software: SPSS, STATA, SAS,
of financial management assistance use by the elderly in the U.S.
The International Journal of Human
Ecology, 6(1), 1-16.
Eun-Jin Kim& Wen S. Chern. 2005. Contemporary Chineses
households’ food away from home expenditure and Becker’s household
production theory. The International
Journal of Human Ecology, 6(1), 17-28.
Kim, E-J., Geistfeld, L. V., & Seiling, S. B. (2003). Factors
affecting health care decisions of rural poor women. Asian Women, 16(1), 73-86.
E-J., & Geistfeld, L. V. (2005).
vulnerability: Definition and application.
Interests Annual, 51.
E-J., & Geistfeld, L. V. (2004).
A preliminary study of financial
use by the elderly. Consumer
Interests Annual, 50. (abstract)
E-J., Seiling, S. B., & Varcoe, K. (2004).
Rural poor womens
medical service use: Does race make a difference?
Eastern Family Economics
and Resource Management Association, 59-70.
E-J., & Chern, W. S. (2004).
Food away from home expenditures by
households: An application of household production theory. Eastern
Economics and Resource Management Association, 43-51.
- Kim, E-J., Geistfeld, L. V., & Seiling, S. B. (2003).
The disenfranchised poor:
Rural poor womens health care decisions.
E-J., & Geistfeld, L. V. (2003).
Is she working enough? Rural poor
depression. Proceedings of
Sociological Society, 66 (abstract).
J., & Kim, E-J. (2003).
protection for the elderly (pp.119-123). In Encyclopedia of
retirement and finance. London: Greenwood Press.
S. D., Lan, B.,
Lai, C., Doll, K., Kim, E-J., Ku, D., Elmerick,
S., & Seo, J. (2002). Consistency of
household savings, a standard retirement planning model, and a
prescriptive life cycle model. Consumer Interests
- Seo, B., & Kim, E-J. (1996).
remarriage of old widows. Korean Gerontological
Society, 16(2), 53-66.
51st American Council on Consumer Interests Conference in
Columbus, OH (2005)
50th American Council on Consumer Interests Conference in
Washington D.C. (2004)
Family Economics and Resource Management Association
Conference in Tampa, Florida (2004)
49th American Council on Consumer Interests Conference in Atlanta,
66th Annual Meeting of Rural Sociological Society in Montreal, Canada (2003)
- Financial Management Assistance Use by
the Vulnerable Elderly
Data: Health and Retirement Study 2000
Professors: Dr. Loren V. Geistfeld
Dr. Jinkook Lee
Dr. Catherine P. Montalto