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I am a second year PhD candidate in TU Delft. With backgrounds in economics, psychology and mathematics, I aim to understand how computational infrastructures and agility interact in reconfiguring, transforming and disrupting the dynamics of global production. Prior to entering TU Delft’s PhD program, I was with the Asian Development Bank doing research work on the macroeconomic measurement of global value chains. I have also collaborated with colleagues in the academe doing work on wages, jobs and technology, among other topics with a sociopolitical slant.
Delft University of Technology
PhD Candidate, Critical Computing in the Public Interest
– Department of Multi-Actor Systems, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management
University of the Philippines-Diliman
M.S. Applied Mathematics (Optimization and Approximations Track)
– Thesis: “A Machine Learning Approach to Narrative Retrieval in Economic News: The Case of Oil Price Uncertainty”
Ateneo de Manila University Quezon City, Philippines A.B. Economics (Honors Program) and A.B. Psychology 2011–2015 magna cum laude, rank 13 out of 2000+ graduates; rank 1 in Economics program; rank 1 in Psychology program
– Economics thesis: “The Ties that Bind: The Impact of Partner-Country Membership in the ASEAN on Philippine Bilateral Export Trade”
∗ Finalist, Best Economics Undergraduate Thesis
– Psychology Thesis: “Positioning Analysis of Filipino Family Narratives in the Context of Prisoner Reintegration”
∗ First Place, Best Psychology Undergraduate Thesis
Publications (Journal Article, Book Chapter, Working Paper)
• M. Teng-Calleja, J.A. Clemente, D. J. Bertulfo and M. L. Menguito (2021), “Toward the Pursuit of What People Value: Determining a Living Wage Based on Capability Gaps”, International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation.
• M. Teng-Calleja, R. Jocson, A. Acosta, M.T. Ocampo, D. J. Bertulfo and M.R. Hechanova (2020), “Examining the Impact of Community-Based Behavioral Drug Treatment: A Case Study from the Philippines”, The Journal of Behavioral Science, 15(2), 1-15.
• E. Ilac, D. J. Bertulfo and N. Castro (2019), “Leadership and Organizational Development.” In E. Franco, M. Teng-Calleja and M.R. Hechanova (Eds), Organization Development Practice in the Philippines, Ateneo University Press.
• S. Ellorenco, M. Teng-Calleja, D. J. Bertulfo, J.A. Clemente and M.L. Menguito (2019), “Work-Nonwork Spillover of Wage Justice through Work Capabilities in Low and Middle Income Workers”, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 20(3), 329-344.
• D. J. Bertulfo, E. Gentile and G.J. de Vries (2019), “The Employment Effects of Technological Innovation, Consumption and Participation in Global Value Chains: Evidence from Asia”, Asian Development Bank Working Paper No. 572.
• A. Abiad, K. Baris, J.A. Bernabe, D. J. Bertulfo, S. Camingue-Romance, P.N. Feliciano, M.J. Mariasingham and V. Mercer-Blackman (2018), “The Impact of Trade Conflict on Developing Asia”, Asian Development Bank Working Paper No. 566.
• R. Mendoza, D. J. Bertulfo and J.P. Cruz (2018), “From Megaproject to White Elephant: Lessons from the Philippines’ Bataan Nuclear Power Plant”, Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints, 66(3), 335-374.
• D. J. Bertulfo, N. Canoy and M. Celeste (2016), “Positioning Analysis of Filipino Family Narratives in the Context of Prisoner Reintegration”, Sage Open, October-December, 1-12.
• R. Mendoza, Y. G. Paras and D. J. Bertulfo (2016), “The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant in the Philippines: Lessons from a White Elephant Megaproject”, Ateneo School of Government Working Paper 16-001.