My main research interests are innovative technologies and their impact on economics and human lives. Humans beings have been living in a symbiotic life with technology since the beginning, from the stone tools to the telephone and cars.
Technology makes our life easier and more comfortable. At the turn of the XVIII and XIX century, the world entered in the Industrial Revolution. We owe so much of our world to the Industrial Revolution. The lights that illuminate our homes, the cars that carry us to work, the computers that help drive our economy, and the appliances that make our lives easier — these technologies exist thanks to a remarkable group of scientists and entrepreneurs who, over the past 250 years, have transformed virtually every aspect of our lives and fueled one of the greatest periods of innovation in history. Now, we are facing the digital revolution, virtual reality mixes with real life, artificial intelligent competitive with human’s brain. There are many issues: Are we prepared for digital revolutions? Will the technology substitute completely the jobs of the people? Will the sharing economy replace capitalism? Is the shared economy a cause or a consequence of digital revolution? Technology made our lives simple but much dependent on it. We can sit in a corner and get connected to the world. Thus making the world a „global community.”
Communicate with a person in remote area within fraction of seconds, make a trip of the world within no time, all these are possible with the advanced technology, making us more dependent on its usage. There is no doubt that new technologies will become one of the most important topics in the field of economics. In the future I intend to continue studies related to the changes posed by the technological progress.