The intersection of public policy with reliable simulations represents an important step on the road to a better society.
Erald Kolasi is a research associate in the Income and Benefits Policy Center at the Urban Institute. His main focus is improving and developing DYNASIM, Urban’s dynamic microsimulation model, for carrying out new research tasks. His contributions have included improvements to DYNASIM’s functionality, as well as enhanced calculations related to wealth and income.
Kolasi received his BA in physics and history from the University of Virginia and earned his MS and PhD from George Mason University, both in physics.
Research AreasIncome and Wealth
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