About Me

I am an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto where I serve as the program director for the Digital Enterprise Management (DEM) program in the Institute of Communication, Culture, Information, and Technology (ICCIT) and as a professor of managerial economics for sustainability in the Institute for Management and Innovation (IMI). I am also cross-appointed to the School of the Environment. Before coming to Toronto, I received my Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. My research focuses on the connections between economics, sustainability, and technological development. I am the author of the book Digital Media Economics from SAGE and I have published articles in journals like the Journal of Outdoor Recreation & Tourism-Research Planning & ManagementIEEE Multimedia; Media Culture & Society; Environmental Communication; Information, Communication & Society; and Communication Theory.

Courses

  • Media Economics I (undergraduate)
  • Media Economics II (undergraduate)
  • Managerial Economics for Sustainability Management (graduate)
  • Economics and the Digital Firm (undergraduate)
  • Macroeconomics and the Knowledge Economy (undergraduate)
  • International Relations of Sustainability (undergraduate)
  • Law, Technology, & Culture (undergraduate)
  • Contemporary Communication Technologies (undergraduate)
  • Immersive Environment Design (undergraduate)
  • Critical Histories of ICTs (graduate)
  • Political Economy and Cultural Studies of Information (graduate)