Ec 2010b—Economic Theory
Spring 2015, 2016
The course is the fourth part of the graduate microeconomics sequence, covering mechanism design, social choice theory, and cooperative game theory.
Ec 2030—Psychology and Economics (Guest Lecture)
The course studies the ways that economic and psychological factors jointly influence behavior, empirically and theoretically.
Ec 2810a—Labor Market Analysis
Fall 2015 and 2016
The course covers core topics in the field of labor economics as well as empirical methods for applied microeconomic analysis.
Ec 2140—Econometric Theory
The course is the fourth part of the econometrics sequence. The materials include a rigorous treatment of M-estimators; approaches for constructing standard errors including clustering and the use of the bootstrap and other methods; nonparametric estimation; topics in structural estimation.