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Sokbae (Simon) Lee

Sokbae (Simon) Lee

International Research Fellow


PhD Economics, University of Iowa, 2002
MA Economics, Seoul National University, 1998
BA Economics, Seoul National University, 1996

Sokbae Lee is a Professor at Columbia University and a Research Fellow at the IFS. He also works with the the Centre of Microdata Methods and Practice (cemmap) and is a Professor in the department of economics at Columbia University. His research focuses on theoretical and applied econometrics.

Journal articles

Journal article | Economic Inquiry
We investigate state‐dependent effects of fiscal multipliers and allow for endogenous sample splitting to determine whether the U.S. economy is in a slack state.
Journal article
This paper studies inference of preference parameters in semiparametric discrete choice models when these parameters are not point-identified and the identified set is characterized by a class of conditional moment inequalities.

Working papers

Cemmap Working Paper CWP43/21
We provide novel bounds on average treatment effects (on the treated) that are valid under an unconfoundedness assumption.
Cemmap Working Paper CWP33/21
This paper describes three methods for carrying out non-asymptotic inference on partially identified parameters that are solutions to a class of optimization problems.