Teaching

My goal as a teacher is to share my knowledge and enthusiasm about the beauty of economics. In my courses, I teach theoretical and empirical tools to help my students (i) understand economic models; (ii) make sense of economic data; and (iii) become economically literate. I truly enjoy seeing my students grow to become professionals who will impact our society as workers, consumers, entrepreneurs, and citizens.

 

Instructor

  • Empirical Topics in Industrial Organization – ECG 707, North Carolina State University, Fall 2023. [Graduate] [syllabus]

  • Agricultural Markets – ARE 311, North Carolina State University, Spring 2023, Fall 2023. [Undergraduate] [syllabus]

  • Introduction to Econometrics – RESECON 312, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Summer 2021. [Undergraduate] [syllabus]

  • Introduction to Resource Economics – RESECON 102, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fall 2018. [Undergraduate] [syllabus] [Awarded the Vijay Bhagavan Teaching Assistant of Distinction Award]

Graduate Teaching Assistant

  • Probability Theory and Statistical Inference - RESECON 701, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fall 2020. [Graduate]
  • Industrial Organization in Resource Economics - RESECON 452, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Summer 2020 (OWL Author). [Undergraduate]
  • Public Policy in Private Markets - RESECON 453, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017. [Undergraduate]