My research focuses broadly on transportation, urban economics, and regional development, in particular the effect of the built environment on residential locations, commuting patterns, and strategic decisions in cooperation.  My dissertation entitled “Three Essays in Residential Locations, Household Commuting Patterns, and Spatial Iterated-Prisoner’s Dilemma: the Case Study of Bangkok, Thailand” features three chapters of research articles.

In chapter three, a preliminary agent-based model simulation can be viewed here.

My research interest also involves spatial analysis and analytic mapping. Some of my mapping works can be found at Cornell Program on Applied Demographics‘s website.

More to come…