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Minseong Kim

    Professional affiliation

    Student, Yale University

    Full Biography

    Min Kim is an undergraduate senior at Yale University studying Global Affairs and Economics. 

    His main interests lie in foreign humanitarian and development assistance. In particular, he’s interested in quantitative monitoring and evaluation of assistance programs (and working with the caveats and limitations that accompany it), as well as economic incentives to cooperation for uncooperative host governing bodies. He's also interested in the topic of genocide prevention.


    In the past, he has worked with projects involving the Yale Humanitarian Research Lab and the Schell Center for International Human Rights for clients such as the Inter-Agency Standing Committee and the UN Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect.


    In his free time, he writes and plays music, cooks, and goes on runs. 

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