Kuk's research focuses on the political causes and consequences of economic, racial, gender, and housing inequality. Kuk's overarching themes in writings include 1) the effect of rising income inequality on racial polarization, 2) online rental market and housing segregation, and 3) political parties and group inequality.
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Finds Democratic party control of the state house reduces gender inequality.
Discusses how counties with higher non-White voters in a state that enacted strict voter ID laws show decreased turnout compared to counterparts in states that did not enact strict voter ID laws.
Mentons that Craigslist listings in low-income, non-White neighborhoods have less amounts of information than high-income, White neighborhoods.