Endogenous Rise and Collapse of Housing Prices
AbstractI develop agent-based economic models to tackle real-world problems. My research interest is the development of agent-based computational models for social science applications such as the study of real estate markets and environmental economic issues. I have been a research assistant (RA) at Iowa State University for two years. As an RA, I have worked with large datasets. I have also worked with people from different fields, such as environmental science and engineering. My RA work and my thesis research both require that I be proficient in computer programming and data analysis.�
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housing market; agent-based model; price volatility;
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