About Me

Field of Specialisation: Microsimulation Modelling (Economics)

I have a PhD in economics and public policy from Maastricht University and an MSc in Computing (AI) from Australian National University. I currently work as an Associate Professor at the National Social and Economic Modelling Centre at the University of Canberra in Australia.

I am mainly interested in developing economic models that simulate the behavioural response and shifts in distributions due to changes in the economic environment and policies. I have developed a range of economic simulation models (mostly microsimulation models) for various organisations, and collaborated with many government agencies, think tanks and international organisations from Australia, China, Korea, Belgium, Luxembourg, International Labor Organisation and others.

I am also interested in incorporating the latest advancement in the computer science, such as machine learning algorithms and the “big data” techniques into simulations. I work on the Symberra project in my spare time.

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