My research interests are in the areas of economic growth, international trade, and computational economics and finance, with a focus on technological innovation, endogenous growth, and economic well-being.
My latest research involves numerical methods for solving economic dynamics and functional differential equations, and is aimed at designing innovation-reward systems that beat patents.
I am experienced in solving dynamical systems numerically. I enjoy programming in Python, C/C++, and Fortran.
Computing Transitional Cycles for a Deterministic Time-to-Build Growth Model