Position Type 
Faculty
Service 
2013 - Present

Overview

Biography 

I started my career at Denison University in 2013. There are two aspects of my job that I appreciate and enjoy the most. First, the economics department here consists of scholars with various cultural and intellectual backgrounds. In here intellectual diversity is truly harbored and valued. I have been enjoying 100% academic freedom in my teaching and scholarship since the day one. Second, in Denison I am able to work closely with students both inside and outside of classroom. I am often inspired by my students and constantly growing intellectually with them.

Degree(s) 
The New School for Social Research (PhD). University of Denver (MA). Bucknell University (BA).

Learning & Teaching

Courses 

Econ. 102: Introductory Microeconomics
Econ. 302: Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
Econ. 423: International Trade
Econ. 440: Growth, Distribution, and Instability

Research

Overview 
International Trade and Development, Global Value Chains, Economic Modeling, Classical Political Economy, Economic Methodology
Details 

As an intellectually curious individual, I have been working on wide-ranged research topics with verities of methodologies. In my research I like to combine ideas in classical political economy with modern quantitative techniques such as mathematical modeling, simulations and statistics. Most of my research addresses socially relevant issues such as uneven development, distributional conflicts and labor issues related to international trade.

Works

Publications 

Selected Publications:

  • Structural Change and Energy Use in China: A SAM-Based CGE Analysis” (2017) The Chinese Economy, 50: 405-424. (With Haider Khan)
  • World Population Stabilization Through Smithian Increasing Returns to Labor: an update” (2017) Journal of Population Research Issue 34 no.4: 387-407. (With Luis Villanueva)
  • The Employment Effects of GVCs on Asian Countries and the Phenomenon of Value-added Erosion” (2017) in Production Networks in Southeast Asia, Lili Yan Ing and Fukunari Kimura (eds.). (With Jose Caraballo)
  • China and the Great Trade Collapse: Employment Effects of Falling Exports to the EU and US” (2017) International Economics and Economic Policy Online First (https//doi/org/10.1007/s10368-017-0378-2). (With David Kucera)
  • Employment effects of trade in intermediate and final goods: an empirical assessment” (2015) International Labour Review 154 no. 2: 47-164.
  • Endogenous cycles and chaos in a capitalist economy: a circuit of capital model” (2015) Metroeconomica 66 no. 1: 123-157.
  • Value-added erosion in Global Value Chains” (2016) Journal of Economic Issues 50 no.1: 288-296 (with Jose Caraballo)
  • Trade and employment in a vertically specialized world” (2013) ILO Research Paper no.5.
  • Trade expansion and employment generation: how mercantilist does China have to be?” (2013) International Review of Applied Economics 27 no. 5: 557-573.
  • Agent-based computational economics: simulation tools for heterodox research” (2016) in Handbook of Research Methods and Application in Heterodox Economics, Frederic Lee and Bruce Cronin (eds.).
  • Industrial Policy in the Era of Vertically Specialized Industrialization” (2014), in Transforming Economies: Making Industrial Policy Work for Growth, Jobs and Development, Jose Manuel Salazar-Xirinachs and Richard Kozul-Wright (eds.), ILO-UNCTAD (With William Milberg and Gary Gereffi).