I am a PhD candidate at MIT Sloan in the Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management group. My research interests include the economics of innovation and the relationship between labor and technology in knowledge production.
You can find my CV here and reach me at skim20 [at] mit.edu.
- "Shortcuts to Innovation: Consequences of 'Blackboxing' Knowledge Production through Machines." Job Market Paper.
- "Insurance Design and Pharmaceutical Innovation" (with Leila Agha and Danielle Li). NBER Working Paper #27563. Conditionally accepted at American Economic Review: Insights.
- "Is the Patent System Sensitive to Incorrect Information?" (with Janet Freilich). Under review.
- "Locked Out of the Ivory Tower? Antecedents and Consequences of Initial Career Choice for Elite Postdocs in the Life Sciences" (with Pierre Azoulay and Erin Scott).