Victor is a research scientist at Opendoor Technologies and an affiliate at Boston University. Victor’s research focuses on computational economics and large-scale, micro-founded simulation methods, with applications in housing economics, public finance, macroeconomics, and the economics of AI. Victor received his Ph.D in Economics from Boston University, and an M.S. in Statistical and Economic Modeling from Duke University, where he also received a B.S. in Economics and a B.A. in Philosophy.
Victor’s ongoing projects with other Stanford DEL researchers focus on the intergenerational, macroeconomic, and fiscal policy implications of advanced AI and skill-biased technological change. Victor’s publications have been covered by major media outlets including CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, The Hill, The New York Times, Barron’s, and Forbes. He has also been invited to present his research at the NBER, the National Tax Association, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Boston, and Kansas City, the Gaidar Institute, the Congressional Budget Office, and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.