Teaching at Hunter College
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1. Master's Linear Econometric Analysis ECO 721. Fall semesters 2016-17 at Hunter College.
Econometric analysis of linear statistical models. Topics include: ordinary least squares estimation, inference, testing, and specification testing; instrumental variables and simultaneous equations models; panel data regression methods.
2. Undergraduate Introduction to Econometrics ECO 321. Fall & Spring semesters 2016-18 at Hunter College.
Linear and non-linear regression models; statistical methods for estimation and inference.
3. Undergraduate Health Economics ECO 395. Spring semesters 2017-18 at Hunter College.
The goal of this course is to teach students about the U.S. health care system, to help students use economic analysis to evaluate public policies related to the U.S. health care system, and to enable students to compare the U.S. health care system to health care systems in other countries. We employ economic concepts such as opportunity cost, incentives, adverse selection, and moral hazard.
Previous Teaching Assistance and Tutoring at Columbia University
1. TA for undergraduate labor economics ECON W4400. Fall semester 2011 at Columbia University. The professor was Lena Edlund.
The class is an introduction to labor economics, where topics include labor supply, labor demand, taxes and transfers, discrimination and inequality, and human capital. I held weekly office hours, taught review sessions, and gave a guest lecture on gender and education. Teaching evaluations are available upon request.
2. TA for undergraduate public economics ECON W4465. Spring semester 2012 at Columbia University. The professor was Florian Morath.
The class is an introduction to public finance, where topics include the types of market failures and rationales for government intervention in the economy, political economy aspects of government intervention, government spending and budget deficits, theories of taxation, and the organization of the public sector. I held weekly office hours and taught review sessions. Teaching evaluations are available upon request.
3. TA for undergraduate econometrics ECON W3412. First summer session 2012 at Columbia University. The instructor was David Munroe.
The class is an introduction to econometrics, where topics include bivariate regression analysis and mutlivariable regression analysis, with extensions to regressions with discrete random variables, instrumental variables, and analysis of random and quasi-random experiments. The course was six weeks long, so I held daily office hours and taught weekly review sessions. Teaching evaluations are available upon request.
4. Tutor for undergraduate econometrics, intermediate microeconomics, and principles of economics. Department of Economics, Columbia University, 2012-2014