My research interests are in the theories of technical progress, specifically in the fields of macroeconomics, history of economic thought, theory of value, and public policies. I focus on economic modeling and the differences among economic approaches in the growth and distribution literature in both practical and theoretical contexts.
- BS Civil Engineering, Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
- MA Economics, Economics, University of Denver. Project: Kaldor's late contributions
I grew up in Bangkok and finished my undergraduate degree in civil engineering there. I decided to pursue economics because of economic inequality I have seen in Thailand. I am currently a Ph.D. candidate and an instructor at the University of Utah. My research areas are in macroeconomics, history of economic thought, economic policies and economic development. I am working on the Cambridge Capital Theory Controversy and macroeconomic modelling. In the future, I hope to get a professorship to teach, research, and write books.