My research interests are Network Economics and Wireless Spectrum Management, particularly areas of Dynamic Spectrum Access and Secondary Spectrum Markets, both of which introduce a new way of regulating the telecommunications radio spectrum more efficiently.

My current work focuses on analyzing pricing strategies and predicting possible market equilibria when multiple Wireless Spectrum Providers compete and consequently force each other to suboptimal outcomes. This involves the use of statistical tools such as Continuous Time Markov Processes, Dynamic Programming and Linear Optimization as well as the economics field of Game Theory.