Prof. Potter's contribution, titled "Caution Advised: Korea’s Urban SDG Indicators'' (co-authored with GSIS student Jimin Kim) suggests that Korea's progress toward the urban-related Sustainable Development Goal 11 (SDG 11) is less clear when closely examined because the indicators selected by the Korean government suffer from two common statistical faults: 1) aggregation bias and 2) cherry-picking. You can access the full text here:
In her contribution titled "ESG Beyond the Hype: Assessing the Future with Korean Gen Zs and Millennials," Prof. Lim shares her survey finding that Koreans in their 20s and 30s are the least enthusiastic about Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) initiatives. She suggests that efforts to boost responsible investment should more explicitly promote principles that resonate with an increasing number of young investors. The full text is available here: