About me

I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Oxford Martin School and at the INET Complexity Economics Group, University of Oxford. I hold a Ph.D. in economics from the New School for Social Research.

I am joining the Department of Management Sciences (within the Faculty of Engineering) at the University of Waterloo as an assistant professor starting in July 2020. 

My research has focused on the applications of Bayesian statistical modeling to a wide range of economic questions including firm-level dynamics of investment, global innovation frontier, and input-output analysis. I am also interested in information-theoretic economic/econometric modeling. My doctoral dissertation is about statistical equilibrium models of technological change and Bayesian estimations of the innovation possibilities frontier. I have published in economics and multidisciplinary journals such as the Journal of Economic Surveys, Economics Systems Research, Entropy, European Physical Journals Special Topics, and Advances in Complex Systems.