About

Seok Hee (Jenny) Jang, along with her current adviser, has been focusing on how the establishment of higher-level institutions impacts the innovation and economy in the county of the establishment. Jang has also been looking into various other correlating factors and how significantly they may influence the output of innovation. 

Jang’s independent research focuses on how the variance in gender ratio in South Korea affects sexual violence rates and its endorsement. Jang plans to further inquire how the skewed gender ratio impacts various economic sectors. 

Adviser
Major
Science-Business
Minor
Korean
Current Research

Research Interests
Education, innovation, and health implementation

Current Research
Over the year my professor and I have been looking at the relationship between education and innovation and how such a relationship will lead to advancement in technology. My current independent research is on the sex ratio in South Korea and how it affects the demands of underlying market of prostitution that is privately endorsed. I also have another research focus on the establishment of schools for students with disabilities in South Korea and the difficulties such schools are facing due to various economic and social conflicts.

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