The outbreak and spreading of COVID-19 have worsened food and nutritional inequality in most countries. Korea is not an exception from the case. The food expenditure difference between the low-income group and the non-low-income group is also increasing, as well as the food insecurity...
The South Korean government had implemented dining business stimulus programs to cushion the damage by COVID-19. The dining discount coupon was distributed as one of the stimulus policies. This study analyzed the effects of food services stimulus program on food service expenditure with...
This study tries to develop a new type of consumer prices index by utilizing price and quantity data of food items collected daily from online grocery stores via web-scrapping, E-CPI. The E-CPI introduced in this study is developed by weighing prices by quantity sold collected for...
This study conducts analysis of online grocery markets by exploiting Web scraping and examines advantages and limitations of Web scraping for online market studies. On one hand, findings report that daily price variation appropriately reflects actual aspects of market situation, price...
Yong Jee Kim
AfflicationDepartment of Agrifood System Research, Korea Rural Economic Institute, Naju, Republic of Korea
Latest Submission of the Author
Food and Nutrition Assistance Policies in Korea: Focus on Food Voucher Program
Analysis of COVID-19 Relief Program: Focus on Food Services Stimulus Program of South Korea
Sales-Weighted Online Agricultural Commodity Price Index: Using Sales and Price Data web-scraped from Online Grocery Stores in South Korea
What does Web-Scraping Tell us about Online Grocery Markets? A Case Study in South Korea