JAIMIE SUNG



Vita, Jaimie Sung

January 14, 2000



51-170 Yunhee-3-Dong

Seodaemum-gu

Seoul 120-113, Korea

Home: 82-2- 337-8986

E-mail: jsung13@chollian.net


education

Ph.D., Department of Consumer
and Textile Sciences, the Ohio State University, 1997

Major: Consumer and Family Economics, Family Financial Management.

Minors: Statistics (passed minor exam administered by the Department
of Statistics), Microeconomics (passed qualifying exam administered by
the Department of Economics)

Graduate Studies in Ph.D. Program, Household Administration, Ewha Womans
University, Seoul, Korea, 1989-1991

M.A., Household Administration, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea,
1988

B.A., Home Management, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea, 1986

Dissertation
Title: A Structural Analysis of Retirement Funds in a Family Context:
Participation and Investment in Stocks
Employment/previous work experience
Project Involved in the Korea Labor Institute, Korea, October 1999
– November 1999, A Model for Identifying
Long-term
Unemployment.

Instructor, Ewha Womans University,
Korea, September 1999 – present.


  • Taught “Analysis of Consumer Unit,” in Fall Semester
    1999 (to the Students in Master Program)


  • Will teach “Family Economics,” in Spring Semester
    2000 (to the Ph.D. students)

Instructor, Dongkuk University, Korea,
September 1999 – December 1999.


  • Taught “Analysis of Consumer Economics and Welfare,”
    in Fall Semester 1999 (to the Students in Master Program)

Instructor, Chungnam University,
Korea, September 1999 – December 1999.


  • Taught “Personal Finance II,” and “Consumer Economics
    II, ” in Fall Semester 1999 (to the undergraduate students)

Postdoctoral Associate, Department
of Community Development and Applied Economics, The University of Vermont,
December 1997 – May 1999.

Teaching Assignment


  • Taught (sole responsibility) CDAE 258 “Consumer
    Policy: Issues and Analysis,” in Spring Semesters of 1998 and 1999, CDAE
    255 “Consumer Economics” in Fall Semester 1999.


  • Teaching Assistant for CDAE 61 “Principles of
    Agricultural and Resources Economics,” Spring Semesters, 1998 and 1999.
    Prepared and Graded the homework and examinations. Taught in the help sessions
    and substituted the instructor.


  • Taught logit analysis and the SPSS to students
    who involved in projects at the University of Vermont

Project involved at the University of Vermont:


  • Entrepreneurial Activities: A Possible Solution
    to Rural, Female Poverty (with Sullivan, P., Halbrendt, C. and Q. Wang),
    funded from USDA. 1998


  • Milk Market Impact of the Northeast Dairy Compact
    (with Wackernagel, R., Nicholson, Z., Anne, J., Halbrednt, C., Wang, Q.
    and N. Pelsue), funded from Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact. 1998 –
    present.

Other Research Work


  • Cicaele, M., J. Sung, and C. Halbrendt (1998).
    Analysis of student satisfaction on parking, safety, and equity issues
    on campus at the University of Vermont. Presented in the Meeting of the
    President’s Commission on the Status of Women at the University of Vermont.


  • Research work with Catherine Halbrendt, Pauline
    Sullivan, Elizabeth Scannell, and Zooyob Anne using the small data and
    national data.


  • Involved in the preparation of proposals submitted
    for the funds.


  • Design the survey questions.

Graduate Teaching/Research Associate,
Department of Family Resource Management, The Ohio State University, Winter
1994-Summer 1996.


  • Advised students in the class “Family Financial
    Management I (FRM 260)” Summer Quarter, 1995.


  • Taught two groups of students in the “Family
    Resource Management (FRM 341)” [changed into “Family Financial Management
    II (FRM 360)”] Spring Quarter, 1995.

Lecturer, Daejon Junior College,
Korea, September 1989-July 1991.


  • Taught “Research in Consumption Patterns” (Fall
    semesters, 1989 and 1990).


  • Taught “Introduction to Family Resource Management”
    (Spring semesters, 1990 and 1991).


  • Taught “Home Management” (Spring semester, 1991).


  • Taught “Principles of Consumption Behavior” (Fall
    semesters, 1989/90, Spring semester, 1990).


  • Taught “Family Relations” (Spring semesters,
    1990 and 1991).


  • Taught “Family Counseling” (Fall semesters, 1989,
    1990).


  • Advised undergraduate students (adviser of 80
    students).

Instructor, Daejon University, Korea,
March 1991-July 1991, March 1989-February 1990.


  • Taught “Principles of Home Economics” (Spring
    semester, 1989).


  • Taught “History of Family Style” (Spring semesters,
    1989 and 1991).

Instructor, Chunjoo Wooseok College,
Korea, March 1989-July 1989.


  • Taught “Sociology of the Family” (Spring semester,
    1989).

Award
Best Journal Article Award from Association
of Financial Counseling and Planning Education Award committee (1998) with
Sherman Hanna in 1996 issue of Financial Counseling and Planning

professional Services

Reviewer for the Journal of Financial Counseling
and Planning, 1995-1999

Reviewer for the Conference of American Council
on Consumer Interests, 1998

Research and Scholarship


  • Referred Journal Publications:

Kim, S., Rhee, K., and Sung, J. (under review).
A study on the relationship between the women’s labor force participation
and childcare: the types and the costs of childcare services. Journal
of Korea Labor Economics
, Special Volume.

Sung, J. and Hanna, S. (1998). The spouse
effect on participation and investment decisions for retirement funds.
Financial Counseling and Planning, 8(2). 47-59.

Sung, J. and Hanna, S. (1996). Factors related
to risk tolerance. Financial Counseling and Planning, 7, 11-20.

Montalto, C. P. and Sung, J. (1996). Multiple
imputation in the 1992 Survey of Consumer Finances. Financial Counseling
and Planning
, 7, 133-146.

Sung, J. and Moon, S.J. (1988). Study on consumer
skill and consumer problems’ perception of the low-income consumer, Journal
of Home Management
, Korea Institute of Home Management, 6(1), 51-69
(in Korean).


  • Referred Proceeding Publications:

Kim, S., Rhee, K., and Sung, J. (1999).
A study on the relationship between the married women’s labor force participation
and child care: Focused on the types of child care and the cost of using
the child care service. The First Conference on the Korean Labor and
Income Panel Study
. 313-330.

 Sung, J. (1999). The spouse effect on participation
and investment decisions for retiree income. Proceedings of Korean Society
of Consumer Studies
, 350-368.

 Scannell, E., Sung, J., and Hong, G. (1999).
Family Businesses: A Study of Health Insurance Coverage, American Association
of Family and Consumer Studies, Family Relations and Human Development/Family
Economics and Resource Management Biennual, 3, 20-29

Halbrendt, C., Robinson, K., and Sung, J.
(1999). Market discovery: Potential for Yogurt Cheese Ventures in New England,
Proceedings of the 9th World Conference on International Entrepreneurship
,
Singapore, August 15-18.

Sullivan, P., Sung, J., Halbrendt, C. and
Buescher, M. (1999). Use of Information Sources in Location Decisions by
SMEs, Proceedings of the International Council for Small Business 44rd
World Conference,
Naples, Italy, June 20-23.

Sung, J., Sullivan, P., Halbrendt, C. &
Wang, Q. (1998). An exploratory study of how rural female entrepreneurs
view success. Proceedings of the International Council for Small Business
43rd World Conference
, Singapore, June 8-10.

Hanna, S., Montalto, C. & Sung, J. (1997).
The Survey of Consumer Finance resources for researchers. In The Paper
Abstracts of the 1997 Academy of Financial Services Eleventh Annual Program.

Montalto, C. P. & Sung, J. (1997). Overview
of multiple imputation and repeated-imputation inference (RII) techniques.
Consumer Interest Annual, 43, 167.

Montalto, C. P. & Sung, J. (1997). Effects
of multiple imputation: Empirical results using linear regression to predict
the level of total household income. Consumer Interest Annual, 43,170.

Hanna, S., Sung, J. & Chen, P. (1996).
A program for calculating the value of lost home production services of
parents, Proceedings of the Association for Financial Counseling and
Planning Education
.

Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1996). How does
risk tolerance affect IRA contribution and choice of IRA investment types.
In the Paper Abstracts of the 1996 Academy of Financial Services tenth
Annual Program
.

Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1996). Factors related
to household risk tolerance: An ordered probit analysis. Consumer Interest
Annual
, 42, 227-228.

Sung, J. & Stafford, K. (1995). The effect
of managerial behavior on household satisfaction. Family Economics and
Resource Management Biennial
, 1, 95-96.

Sung, J. & Hanna, S. (1995). Do financial
professional help build net worth? Evidence from a panel study. Proceedings
of the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education
,
203-212.

Stafford, K., Wessel, J.A., Jayathirtha, C.,
Mok, J., Park, S.Y., Wang, H., & Zuiker, V.S., (Invited Paper). (1994).
The effects of restricting in higher education on the mission of family
economics resources management. The Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference
of the Eastern Family Economics and Resource management Association
,
144-152.

Sung, J., Park, S. & Hanna, S. (1994).
Determinants of expenditures on child care. Consumer Interests Annual,
40, 322-327.

Sung, J. (1990). A preliminary study on the
need and techniques of consumer information providing, Review of Academic
Research in Daejon Junior College, 19
, 245-256. (in Korean).

Experience with softwares
Package: LIMDEP, SAS, SPSS, SHAZAM

Word Processor: Microsoft Word, WordPerfect

Spreadsheet: Microsoft Excel, Quattro

Presentation: Microsoft Power point, WP Presentation

experience with large data sets
Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF, 1983,
1986, 1989, 1983-1986 panel, 1983-1989 panel, 1992, and 1995), from 1993
to present

National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY),
from 1992-present

Consumer Expenditure Survey (CES) in 1993

Health and Retirement Survey (HRS) from 1997
to present

NE-167 At-Home Income Generation, from 1995
to 1997

National Family Business Survey, 1997, from
1998 to present

Korean Labor and Income Panel Study, from
1999 to present

methodoligies used

Published paper: OLS, logit, probit, ordered
probit, multinomial logit, recursive model, Tobit, bivariate probit,

Unpublished paper: Heckman’s two stage estimates,
structural probit, weighted least square, factor analysis, path analysis,
discriminant analysis

REFERENCES







Sherman D. Hanna,
The Ohio State University
Phone: (614) 292-4584

Email: hanna.1@osu.edu

Gong-Soog Hong, Purdue
University
Phone: (765) 494-8302

Email: honggs@purdue.edu

Catherine P. Montalto,
The Ohio State University
Phone: (614) 292-4571

Email: montalto.2@osu.edu