Franklin is currently a doctoral candidate in Economics at Central European University (CEU), a module leader and mentor at Milestone Institute. Prior to his doctoral studies, he obtained an MSc. in Econometrics at Catholic University of Louvain in 2013 and a BSc in Mathematics and Computer science. His research borders on economic development, patent laws, firm-level heterogeneity, productivity, domestic sales, exports and import dynamics. More specifically, he strives to contribute to the body of knowledge on the sources of firm-level productivity growth, the effects of improved patent laws on developing countries etc. Franklin started his teaching career in 2009 as an executive IT tutor at an ICT firm prior to his masters’ degree studies. He has been a teaching assistant in Economic Analysis at The School of Public Policy CEU, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics and Mathematics at the Economics department of CEU. In his free time, Franklin enjoys going to the cinema, travelling, visiting the opera house, playing basketball, running and taking a long walk around the city.
Subjects: Economics, Mathematics
Division: Numerical Sciences, Social Sciences
Position: Mentor, Module leader
Years: 2015-2016, 2016-2017