Teaching

USW11 U.S. Health Care Policy

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2019

Teaching Fellow for Michael Chernew at Harvard College.

USW 11 provides an overview of the U.S. health care system and engages students in critically analyzing health policy issues. The course is focused around three complex and interdependent policy challenges that every health system must address: ensuring access to health care, reducing costs, and improving quality. Using an economic lens, students will grapple with the complexity of the issues, learn to analyze policy arguments and tradeoffs—critical skills for engaging constructively as informed citizens...

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Ec1010a Intermediate Microeconomics

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2018

Teaching Fellow for Maxim Boycko at Harvard College.

The course introduces core microeconomic models of consumers, firms, and markets, and develops their application to a broad range of economic and social issues in the real world. 

ECON1620 Introduction to Econometrics

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2012

Teaching Assistant for Samuele Centorrino at Brown University.

Econometrics is the application of statistical methods to the study of economic data and problems. It is used by economists to measure economic phenomena, estimate economic relationships, test the validity of competing economic theories, forecast economic variables, and evaluate government and business policies. Similar methods are used in other social sciences, business, engineering, medicine, etc. Economics 1620 is the basic introductory course in statistics and econometrics in the Economics Department at...

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ECON1620 Introduction to Econometrics

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2012

Teaching Assistant for Bertille Antoine at Brown University.

Econometrics is the application of statistical methods to the study of economic data and problems. It is used by economists to measure economic phenomena, estimate economic relationships, test the validity of competing economic theories, forecast economic variables, and evaluate government and business policies. Similar methods are used in other social sciences, business, engineering, medicine, etc. Economics 1620 is the basic introductory course in statistics and econometrics in the Economics Department at...

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ECON1620 Introduction to Econometrics

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2011

Teaching Assistant for Blaise Melly at Brown University.

Econometrics is the application of statistical methods to the study of economic data and problems. It is used by economists to measure economic phenomena, estimate economic relationships, test the validity of competing economic theories, forecast economic variables, and evaluate government and business policies. Similar methods are used in other social sciences, business, engineering, medicine, etc. Economics 1620 is the basic introductory course in statistics and econometrics in the Economics Department at Brown....

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