Central Planning's Computation Problem, The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp 227-246 (2013) [pdf]
Expansionary Monetary Policy and Decreasing Entrepreneurial Quality, The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp 172-194 (2012) [pdf]
Comment on Young, The Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp 60-62 (2009) [pdf]
Essays in Capital Utilization, Dissertation (2010), [OhioLink]
Shift Work and Business Cycles [pdf]
Inventories, Business Cycles, and Variable Capital Utilization
Bayesian Estimation of a Shift Work Model
Segment Shifts and Capital Utilization
Revisiting the Misesian Grounds for Positive Time Preference
Improved HP filter (m file) - A "MATLABification" of the FORTRAN code implemented by Khan and Thomas. More memory efficient and faster than Izvorski's HP filter m-file.
Money, Mises University 2013 [video here]
Central Planning's Computation Problem, Austrian Scholars Conference 2012 [audio here]
How the Fed Hurts You, Case Western Reserve University, Students for Liberty, April 17, 2012 [video here]
My broader research focus is on the treatment of capital in macroecomic models.
Currently, my work is focusing on assumptions regarding capital utilization and how it relates to various macroeconomic phenomena - inventory dynamics, shiftwork, and segment shifts/sectoral adjustment. In the future, I hope to explore stages of production as well.
I am also trained in computational methods, as some of my work (especially the paper on Khan and Thomas) is computationally intensive.
If you are interested in co-authoring a paper with me, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org