I have been teaching macro and monetary economics at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio from 2013. I obtained my PhD in economics at The New School for Social Research in New York. Though I am relatively new to Wolfram language, I am very much interested in learning and experimenting various pedagogical strategies to utilize Mathematica in my classroom. I am also interested in modeling nonlinear dynamical systems that can be used to explain some complex economic and social science phenomena.
Wright State University
LOCATION: Dayton, Ohio
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