California State University, Fullerton
I’ve been the instructor of record for the following courses at CSU Fullerton.
The Economic Environment (ECON 100): Spring 2023 and Fall 2022
Application of economics to the problems of unemployment and inflation, the distribution of income, competition and monopoly, the role of government in the economy, other policy issues.
Seminar in Economic Analysis (ECON 590): Spring 2023
This course introduces students to recent empirical literature from public, labor, and urban economics. We will discuss how applied economists examine real-world topics including crime, housing, and immigration. In doing so, we will focus on highlighting the kinds of data and statistical techniques empirical economists use in applied work.
As part of this course, students will use the R statistical programming language. The course will emphasize developing the data cleaning and management skills required to conduct independent research as well as pursue jobs in data analysis and related fields. In addition, the course will cover using R for statistical and regression analysis as well as GIS mapping.
University of California, Irvine
I was a Teaching Assistant for the following courses at UC Irvine. Teaching evaluations are available upon request.
Global Economy (ECON 13): Fall 2016, Winter 2017, Summer 2018, and Winter 2019
Acquaints students with the fundamental patterns of the global economy. Emphasizes the historical roots and political implications of economic choices.
Corporate Finance (ECON 134): Winter 2019 and Winter 2018
Provides an overview of the modern theory and practice of corporate finance and focuses on two fundamental financial decisions; investment as well as financing. Beginning with discounted cash flow analysis, basic theory will be applied to the valuation of stocks.
Managerial Economics (ECON 140): Spring 2019
A collection of concepts and methods for effective decision making. Explores how the tools of microeconomics, including game theory and industrial organization theory, can be used to make better managerial decisions, particularly those involving allocation of resources within firms.
Economic Development (ECON 157): Fall 2017
Considers the process of economic development across the globe and why some countries are rich and others poor. Discusses the major problems facing developing countries, such as population growth, education, capital formation, environmental protection, and international trade.
Introduction to American Government (PS 21A): Fall 2019 and Winter 2020
Introduction to American political processes and institutions. Topics include elections, political participation, parties, interest groups, the Presidency, Congress, the bureaucracy, and the judiciary.