Will Seonmin Heo, who is pursuing a Master of Public Policy, worked with Harris associate professor Koichiro Ito on attribute-based regulations in the automotive industries by collecting data on the global car market and examining automobile tax structure as a DRW Fellow during the summer of 2019.

Now as a Bartlett Fellow, Will is continuing to work with Ito on the global car market and automobile tax structure in India.

“I hope to learn what research entails from one of the top researchers in the field and conduct independent research using microeconomics models in the near future.”

Prior to joining Harris, Will Seonmin Heo served three years as a military intelligence officer in the Air Force. Afterwards, Heo plans to pursue a PhD to tackle policy challenges through research.