| South Korea|
University of Florida
| Game theory|
| March 21, 1959 (age 56) (1959-03-21) Daegu, South Korea|
Ahn Seong-eun Wikipedia
Seong-Eun Ahn is a South Korean economist, whose research fields include game theory and monetary policy.
Ahn was born in Daegu, South Korea. He attended the University of Florida where he received his M.A. in economics, and also attended Texas A&M University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He later earned his Ph.D. candidacy at Texas A&M, where his advisors for his doctoral dissertation included John Rust, Steven Slutsky, Ed Zabel, G.S. Maddala, William S. Neilson, and Leonardo Aurenheimer.
Ahn joined the faculty of Kyungil University in Daegu, South Korea. He taught at Kyungil University from 1992–2007. In 1998, he was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard University, where he was sponsored for an honorary faculty-level position by Professor Eric Maskin.
Ahn has worked in diverse areas of economic theory, such as game theory, the economics of incentives, and monetary policy theory. His current research projects include repeated game theory with imperfect public information.
Ahn has published a few books outside of economics, including English 4 Tourism.