Dr Shin Eun Jin completed her PhD in urban planning and development at the University of Southern California.
Her research and teaching interests lie in the intersection of urban structure, transportation planning, and social inequality. She gained her BS and MS degrees in Civil, Urban, and Geosystem Engineering from Seoul National University, and her Master’s degree in Urban Planning from the University of Washington, Seattle.
Schuetz, J., Giuliano, G., & Shin, E.J., In press, “Can a Car-Centric City Become Transit-Oriented?: Evidence from Los Angeles” Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research.
Shin, E.J., In press, “Neighborhood Disparities in Access to Opportunities: A case study from the Los Angeles region,” Transportation.
Schuetz, J., Giuliano, G., & Shin, E.J., In press, “Does Zoning Help or Hinder Transit-Oriented (Re)Development?” Urban Studies.
Shin, E.J., (2017), “Unraveling the Effects of Residence in an Ethnic Enclave on Immigrants’ Travel Mode Choices,” Journal of Planning Education and Research, 37(4), 425-443.
Boarnet, M. G., Giuliano, G., Hou, Y., & Shin, E.J. (2017). First/last mile Transit Access as an Equity Planning Issue. Transportation Research Part A-Policy and Practice, 103, 296-310.
Chakrabarti, S. & Shin, E.J., (2017), “Automobile Dependence and Physical Inactivity: Insights from the California Household Travel Survey,” Journal of Transport & Health, 6, 262-271.
Shin, E.J. (2017) “Ethnic Neighborhoods, Social Networks, and Inter-household Carpooling: A Comparison across Ethnic Minority Groups.” Journal of Transport Geography, 59, 14-26.
Introduction to Urban Studies