Kyle Kettler is a fourth year doctoral candidate in economics at the University of California – Irvine. His research focuses on consumers’ behavioral responses to information under new price systems and how to optimize these systems for sustainable outcomes. Innovation in technology and regulations provide consumers with more information about prices and wages than ever before. Kyle’s third year field paper uses data collected by smart devices to make policy proposals for greener infrastructure design. This high frequency data is a good fit for applications in both machine learning and micro time series analysis.
Other projects include policy evaluation of laws aimed at increasing wage equality via information provision and an analysis of how deregulation changes market incentives regarding innovation.
Personal Website: https://kyle-kettler.com/