D.J. (Donald) Bertulfo

D.J. (Donald) Bertulfo



Donald is a PhD candidate and works with Dr. Seda Gürses (daily supervisor) and Prof.dr. Michel van Eeten (promotor) on topics related to the programmable infrastructures agenda, particularly the interaction of agility and computational infrastructures and its consequences in production modes and organizational arrangements. He holds undergraduate degrees in economics and psychology, and a master's degree in applied mathematics. Prior to TU Delft, he worked as an economics researcher at the Asian Development Bank, focusing on the macroeconomic measurement of global value chains and its implications to jobs and technology, among others.



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agile production, production systems, agile software development, political economy, software and computation, computational infrastructures, cloud, supply chains

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