About the a*****eMy name is Kevin Duncan, and I am a soon to be graduate student in Economics with a B.Sc in Economics and Public Policy from George Washington University. I've spent the past year working in the non-profit sector in Washington DC specifically on tax and regulatory policy at the GWU Regulatory Studies Center and the Tax Foundation.
My interests include computational macroeconomics, specifically in agent based modeling, developmental economics, industrial organization of small enterprises, and urban economics. I am interested in studying the response of firms and individuals to polycentric governance and policy.
I am also a large fan of 35mm photography (I use a 1970's Pentax Spotmatic with a variety of lenses, recently I've been pimping a 28mm wide angle), music (I play trumpet, bass, and guitar), and biking (ride a Marin bike to work almost every day, where I get to go by the Jefferson Memorial, the cherry blossoms, and the Washington monument). I've run a variety of blogs over the years, been a frequent poster in Gaia Metal Forums, and a resident geek in Extended Discussion - Politics.
Feel free to ask me about any of the above, or if you have any questions about life, economics, and philosophy.