Notes: BioInformatics & Economics [12.11.14]

1.

BioInformatics. Computational & Systems Biology.

Low level Data Processing   High Level Functions.

How?

Invent new Abstractions; Models

Low Level Data Processing:

  • Sequence Analysis;
  • Probabilistic Models;
  • Network Models

Examples of High Level Functions:

  • How Cell Transport System works

 

2.

Economics

Ask Economists for problems, questions.

Economists who are upto date with my work:

 

  • Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz 

[Government Intervention in Markets; Innovation of “Technology” (in an Economic sense – as a factor of production) > Learning; Economic growth and its relation to “Learning (Innovation)”]

Nobel Laureate Dr. Joseph E. Stiglitz

Nobel Laureate Dr. Joseph E. Stiglitz

  • Nobel Laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus

[Social Business; Welfare Economics; Applied Economics] 

 

  • Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen

[Welfare Economics; Government, Democracy, “Freedom” and “Capability” and their relation to Economic well-being]

 

  • Steven D. Levitt [John Bates Clark Medal Winner; Author of “Freakonomics”]

[Incentives; Economics applied to different areas of life, often non-“economic”]

 

  • Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman

[Behavioral Economics]

 

Economists would love to work with me because I am in a position to directly apply Economic Theories (and in the process revise / update Economic Theories) to: 

  • Policy Formulation of States [MacroEconomics]
    • [Infact, this is the aspect of me – that caught attention of Nobel Laureates Joseph Stiglitz and Amartya Sen. Back then, it was my work in Bangladesh. Now, things have gotten a bit bigger!]
  • Business & Management Decision making of Firms [MicroEconomics]

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