I find it surprisingly difficult to express what my research interests are, but it dawned on me recently that, like with good writing, a person should “show, not tell”. So here’s a list of my favourite papers to give you a flavour of the topics I’m interested in.
- Bettencourt, L. M. A., Lobo, J., Helbing, D., Khnert, C., & West, G. B. (2007). Growth, innovation, scaling, and the pace of life in cities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104(17), 7301-6.
- Bettencourt, L. M. A., Lobo, J., Strumsky, D., & West, G. B. (2010). Urban Scaling and Its Deviations: Revealing the Structure of Wealth, Innovation and Crime across Cities. PLoS ONE, 5(11), e13541.
- Gilboa, I., Postlewaite, A., Samuelson, L., & Schmeidler, D. (2011). Economic Models as Analogies, 1-31.
- Krugman, P. (2010, but written in 1978). The Theory of Interstellar Trade. Economic Inquiry, 48(4), 1119-1123.
- Nordhaus, W. D. (1973). The Allocation of Energy Resources. Brookings Institute, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity.
- Turner, G. M. (2008). A comparison of The Limits to Growth with 30 years of reality. Global Environmental Change, 18(3), 397-411.
- Gordon, R.J. (2012). Is US economic growth over? Faltering innovation confronts the six headwinds. Centre for Economic Policy Research, Policy Insight No.63.