Teaching

Vanderbilt University

Instructor

  • Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 1010): The role of scarcity and prices in allocating resources. National income, fluctuations in unemployment and price level, monetary and fiscal policy (Summer 2019).

Teaching Assistant

  • Poverty and Discrimination (ECON 3110): Theories and empirical evidence concerning inequality, poverty, and discrimination, and their relationship to economic growth. Evaluation of anti-poverty and anti-discrimination policies (Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018).
  • Wages, Employment, and Labor Markets (ECON 3100): Theories and empirical evidence of the determinants of wages and employment. Compensating differentials, education and human capital, migration and labor mobility, discrimination, incentive pay, wage inequality (Fall 2017, Fall 2018).
  • Economic Statistics (ECON 1500): The use of quantitative data in understanding economic phenomena. Probability, sampling, inference, and regression analysis (Spring 2018).
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 1010): The role of scarcity and prices in allocating resources. National income, fluctuations in unemployment and price level, monetary and fiscal policy (Spring 2019).

 

San Diego State University

Instructor

  • Principles of Economics (ECON 101): Principles of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of public policy. Emphasis on macroanalysis including national income analysis, money and banking, business cycles, and economic stabilization (Fall 2015, Spring 2016).

Teaching Assistant

  • Labor Economics (ECON 380): Labor force and mobility, human capital, labor demand, discrimination, determination of compensation and employment, productivity, impact of labor organizations, labor disputes, and social legislation (Summer 2015).
  • Principles of Economics (ECON 102): Principles of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of public policy. Emphasis on direction of production, allocation of resources, and distribution of income, through the price system (microanalysis); and international economics (Spring 2015, Spring 2016).
  • Principles of Economics (ECON 101): Principles of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of public policy. Emphasis on macroanalysis including national income analysis, money and banking, business cycles, and economic stabilization (Fall 2014).