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Hi, I am Jae B. Cho, a 3rd year PhD student at Cornell University studying City and Regional Planning. My interests are in complexity and social networks, as well as the impact of increased regional levels of social capital on community and economic development, particularly entrepreneurship.
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Hi, I am Jae B. Cho, a 3rd year PhD candidate at Cornell University in the department of City and Regional Planning. My primary interest is in complexity and social networks, especially how social networks dictate the formation of social capital at the individual level, and how community development can affect individual socioeconomic outcomes. I am also interested in the impact of social networks and social capital on individual entrepreneurs; whether they can get useful information and other benefits from the network ties they maintain in bettering their entrepreneurial outcomes. Finally, I consider myself a regional economist, and am interested in social interactions models within a regional (urban or county level) context. In my spare time I like to play tennis (although admittedly a novice) and am looking forward to possibly playing with fellow CSSS attendees, so let me know if you're interested!

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Complex Systems Summer School 2015

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Hi, I am Jae B. Cho, a 3rd year PhD candidate at Cornell University in the department of City and Regional Planning. My primary interest is in complexity and social networks, especially how social networks dictate the formation of social capital at the individual level, and how community development can affect individual socioeconomic outcomes. I am also interested in the impact of social networks and social capital on individual entrepreneurs; whether they can get useful information and other benefits from the network ties they maintain in bettering their entrepreneurial outcomes. Finally, I consider myself a regional economist, and am interested in social interactions models within a regional (urban or county level) context. In my spare time I like to play tennis (although admittedly a novice) and am looking forward to possibly playing with fellow CSSS attendees, so let me know if you're interested!