My dissertation research at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy focuses on food safety and consumer choices, using agent-based models as a novel method for investigating this policy space.
Agent-based modeling and simulation of public policies.
Local Policing and Colorism
My work centers on evaluating the adaptiva capacity and proposing strategies for managing forest under climate change in both temperate and tropical areas.
Science, technology, and innovation policy; development policy; higher education policy; international research collaborations and networks; social network analysis; bibliometric analysis