Organization

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The organization of KRIHS is composed of the Board of Directors, Research Advisory Council, President, Vice-President, Architecture & Urban Research Institute, five divisions, and eighteen centers.

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Kim Jinyhup /
Construction Economy & Industry Research Division

Contact
Tel : 044-960-0386 / Fax : 044-211-4767
Email
kjy@krihs.re.kr
Research Areas
SNS/Homepage

Education

Career

Major Articles / books / Reports



Book Chapter
■ Casey J. Dawkins & Jinyhup Kim. (In press). Do smart growth policies expand the range of housing choices? Recent evidence on the third principle of smart growth. Handbook on Smart Urban Growth. Edward Elgar.

Book Translation
• Sim, David. 2019. Soft City: Building Density for Everyday Life. Island Press (Translator: Jinyhup Kim) (In press).

Peer-refereed Journal Publications
• Jinyhup Kim & Casey J. Dawkins. (In press). Aging, Property Taxes, and Housing Adjustments: Lessons from the Health and Retirement Study. Housing Policy Debate (SSCI).
• Jinyhup Kim. (In press). Why is black-white residential segregation persistent? A review of recent empirical evidence. Journal of Real Estate Literature (SCOPUS).
• Jinyhup Kim. (In press). What are the real determinants of housing tenure decisions? The recent evidence on five hypotheses. Journal of Real Estate Literature (SCOPUS).
• Jinyhup Kim. 2020. Housing Accessibility for Seniors with Mobility and Grasping Disabilities: Lessons from the American Housing Survey. Housing Studies (SSCI), https://doi.org/10.1080/02673037.2020.1729963.
• Jinyhup Kim & Christine Bae. 2020. Do home buyers value the New Urbanist neighborhood? The case of Issaquah Highlands, WA. Journal of Urbanism (SCOPUS), https://doi.org/10.1080/17549175.2020.1726800.
• Li Fang L, Marie Howland, Jinyhup Kim, Qiong Peng, & Jiemin Wu. 2019. Can transfer of development rights save farmland in metropolitan counties? Growth and Change (SSCI), https://doi.org/10.1111/grow.12305.