Kenneth began his career as a writer when he was just a kid. He became an economist thanks to his father, he said: "I owe all that I'm now to my dad".
He was formerly a professor at MIT Sloan School, where he taught courses on Economics of Information and the Analytics Lab. He was also the Director of an investment company in the Digital world. His articles examine the effect of information technologies on business strategy, productivity and performance, digital commerce, and intangible assets. In general, he writes about economics.
He lives in Nashville with his wife and two small gray minions, known as cats in some cultures