Eunho Cha

Eunho Cha is a doctoral student of Columbia School of Social Work. Her research interests revolve around understanding the pathways of intergenerational inequality. She aims to seek the conditions of the labor market, child care, and family institutions that enrich family wellbeing and children's development in an equal manner. She is currently involved in the research project, Early Childhood Poverty Tracker, to investigate the lives of New Yorkers with young children. She worked on Child Well-being Index Study in Korea and received BA in Economics and MA in Social Welfare from Seoul National University.

Research Interests

Child Policy
Early Interventions or Prenatal to Age Three Interventions
Family Leave
Family Policy
Human Capital and Children
Social Policy
Social Stratification
Social Support
Parenthood Programs


ATUS (American Time Use Survey)
CPS (Current Population Survey)
Early Childhood Poverty Tracker Data