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Jieun Lee

Postdoc Fellow |


"I am deeply committed to enhancing the efficiency and equality of urban land-use, with the goal of creating better spaces for living, working, and playing. My primary research focus is on identifying more effective urban planning strategies and values that should be considered in the process of creating sustainable urban spaces for our future. My ongoing research primarily revolves around urban land-use planning, the dynamics of the housing market, and the impact of public interventions on people's health and satisfaction."

Current Research

Jieun's research employs natural experiments, econometric models, and big-data analysis using both structured and unstructured data to uncover policy implications for creating more equitable and efficient urban spaces. Her work provides insights into future urban spatial structures, dynamic changes in the housing market as reflected in real estate advertisement platforms, and the effects of policy measures that impact spatial dimensions with the goal of improving public health and urban livability. The results of my research contribute to the creation of more sustainable cities from economic, environmental, and social perspectives.

Her research has been recognized with several awards, including the Excellence Prize for the research project "How to Manage Semi-Residential Zone of Seoul – Evidence from the Geo-spatial Analysis," funded by the Korea Real Estate Analysts Association & Korea Developer Association. I also received the Top Prize for the research "Urban Planning and the Trend of High-rise Housing in Singapore," funded by the Seoul Housing & Communities Corporation Institute. I am a recipient of "The National Scholarship for Science and Engineering" from the Korea Student Aid Foundation.

Selected Publications

Lee, J. & Lee, K.O. (2023). Online listing data and their interaction with market dynamics: evidence from Singapore during COVID-19. Journal of Big Data. 10(99).

Lee, J. (2023). The Development Pattern Diagnosis and Management Plan of Quasi-residential Zone: from the evidence of Seoul. 29(4). The Journal of Korea Real Estate Analysts Association. (Forthcoming).

Lee, J. (2023). High-Rise Housing Supply Serves as a Comprehensive Prescription in Urban Planning: A Case Study of Singapore. SH Urban Research & Insight. Vol 13(1). 23-45.

LEE, J., (2018). Analyzing Dynamic Change of Spatial Structure Using the Rank Mobility Index (RMI) in Seoul City: the Period of 2000-2010. 24(2), The Journal of Korea Real Estate Analysts Association. 89-103.

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