Dr. Hoolda Kim
Meier Hall 322
Hoolda Kim is an Assistant professor at Black Hills State University. She received her PhD from Fordham University. She teaches microeconomics, development economics, managerial economics, and statistics. Her areas of specialization are development economics, health economics, and applied microeconomics.
Dr. Kim’s research seeks to improve economic lives of vulnerable populations in developing countries including the poor, children, people with disability, and people who encounter economic hardship due to various shocks or wars. She develops a research agenda that informs policy and practice to improve the well-being of vulnerable groups of people. Her scholarly work has been published in peer-reviewed journals including Disability and Health Journal, Social Indicators Research, and Oxford Development Studies.