Hajin Kim

Hajin explores assumptions of economic theory to investigate how markets and morality can be used to regulate environmental externalities.  Her fields of research include social psychology and law.  Hajin’s dissertation research considers norms of corporate social responsibility and potential moral and psychological differences between price and quantity regulations.

Hajin received her BA in economics from Harvard and her JD from Stanford.  Before law school, Hajin worked for the Boston Consulting Group.  

After graduating from Stanford, Hajin clerked for Judge Paul J. Watford on the Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.