ECONOMICS, MACHINE LEARNING & MATHS
Rodrigo A Morales Mendoza
Economics PhD candidate, UPenn.
Hello! Today I will tell you about a cool paper I came across this week. It is written by Zheng and Trott, et al. (2020) and is basically about how machine learning could offer solutions for economic problems. In particular, the authors claim that they can strike a better balance between efficiency and equality with …. Read More
Hello! This week I want to write about Stochastic Calculus. Why? Because it is interesting and useful for economic models. What I want to do is a brief introduction for those who know nothing about it, but are eager to learn, as well as point you towards relevant literature which might help. To begin with, …. Read More
“Hello” again! I have been learning a lot about networks lately. Jackson seems to be the guy when it comes to Networks and Economics. Let me share with you a bit of what I have been working on and learning about. So, my general idea is that interactions between people actually matter for our decision …. Read More
Ok guys, welcome to my second blog. This one will be brief, I promise. This week I learned about statistical mechanics. The homework was about finding the ratio of pressures when the heat is added to the system. I am still struggling to understand how such models evolved into the modern financial continuous time models, …. Read More
Welcome to my blog. The original idea of creating this was firts proposed to me by my dear friend Paweł Bednarek. The idea is to have this Economics-Machine Learning-Mathematics dedicated blog so you can see what I am up to. I have decided to write my first blog on the things that I learned during …. Read More