I have extensive teaching experience in Public Economics and Behavioral Economic Theory. I was consistently recognized for my strong teaching reviews.
I taught for three semesters for Nathan Hendren in Graduate Public Economics. In these semesters, I held weekly lectures where I applied the theoretical concepts of the course to new domains.
I have attached two example lectures as samples of my teaching materials. In one lectures, I adjusted standard models of unemployment insurance to discuss optimal policy during Covid-19, where I tied theory to recent empirical findings; in another, I applied the adverse selection models of health insurance to labor markets.
I have also attached detailed student comments on my teaching from both Graduate Public Economics and Graduate Theory and Psychology with Matthew Rabin.