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Chamna Yoon

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Republic of Korea

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Institutional Affiliation: Baruch College

NBER Working Papers and Publications

September 2020The Impact of Migration Controls on Urban Fiscal Policies and the Intergenerational Transmission of Human Capital in China
with Holger Sieg, Jipeng Zhang: w27764
Using newly available data, we document that internal migrants do not enjoy the same access to local public goods and services as city residents in China. We estimate a spatial overlapping generations model with heterogeneous households to quantify the impact of the Hukou system on urban fiscal policies and access to educational opportunities. We find that migrants provide large fiscal externalities to all major cities. We show the feasibility of alternative internal migration policies that offer the potential of decreasing the inequality within China while at the same time increasing the overall level of human capital in the economy.
June 2019Waiting for Affordable Housing in New York City
with Holger Sieg: w26015
We develop a new dynamic equilibrium model with heterogeneous households that captures the most important frictions that arise in housing rental markets and explains the political popularity of affordable housing policies. We estimate the model using data collected by the New York Housing Vacancy Survey in 2011. We find that there are significant adjustment costs in all markets as well as serious search frictions in the market for affordable housing. Moreover, there are large queuing frictions in the market for public housing. Having access to rent-stabilized housing increases household welfare by up to $65,000. Increasing the supply of affordable housing by ten percent significantly improves the welfare of all renters in the city. Progressive taxation of higher-income households that live...
 
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