Teaching

 

Microeconomic Theory I

Harvard University (PhD level)
Head Teaching Fellow for Maciej Kotowski, 2016
Teaching Fellow for Christopher Avery, 2015

Course Description:
A comprehensive course in economic theory designed for doctoral students in all parts of the university. Topics include consumption, production, behavior toward risk, markets, and general equilibrium theory. Also looks at applications to policy analysis, business decisions, industrial organization, finance, and the legal system.

Awards:
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Student Teaching, Harvard Kennedy School
Certificate of Excellence and Distinction in Teaching, Harvard University

 

Doctoral Student Math Camp

Harvard Kennedy School
Instructor, 2015-2017

Course Description:
A week-long math review course designed for students entering doctoral programs at Harvard University. Topics include multivariable calculus, unconstrained optimization, and probability.