Solhee Han

Solhee is a DPhil student in Social Policy with supervision by Bernhard Ebbinghaus. She aims to conduct comparative studies on public attitudes towards the welfare state in the context of institutional and individual tax differences. Her interdisciplinary research also attempts to explore formation of welfare attitudes from cognition to decision-making and behaviours throughout policy-making process, using survey experiments. Lastly, her areas of interests and previous works have been focused on the evaluation of income security policy and labour policy using quantitative research methods.

Prior to her study at DSPI, she worked at the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs, the National Assembly Budget Office of Korea, the Korea Labour Institute, and the German Institute for Global and Area Studies funded by Korea Foundation. She received her B.A in Business Administration and Educational Psychology at Seoul Women’s University and Masters of Public Policy at KDI School of Public Policy and Management.