Previously taught courses
During my graduate studies at UC Irvine, I have successfully taught 8 distinct courses including basic and intermediate economics and advanced field courses such as labor economics and health economics. I am prepared to teach the following undergraduate courses. I would also be eager to teach public economics and applied econometric methods. Full sets of teaching evaluations are available upon request.
|BASIC ECONOMICS I (Fall19, Spring20, Summer20, Fall21)|
The fundamentals of microeconomics. The behavior of firms and consumers: markets, supply/demand, utility maximization, and efficiency.
|BASIC ECONOMICS II (Winter18, Fall18, Winter19, Winter21)|
The fundamentals of macroeconomics. Government behavior: monetary and fiscal policy, inflation, and unemployment.
|MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS (Fall17)|
How the tools of microeconomics, game theory, and industrial organization theory, can be used to make better managerial decisions.
|ECONOMICS OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (Spring18)|
Economic issues in the international business arena: trade theory, foreign direct investment, foreign exchange market, and strategy of international business.
|INTERMEDIATE ECONOMICS II (Spring19)|
Determinants of supply and demand; operation of competitive and monopolistic markets.
|INTERMEDIATE ECONOMICS III (Summer19)|
Imperfections of the market system, explanations of unemployment, inflation, recessions; public policy for macroeconomic problems.
|LABOR ECONOMICS & HUMAN RESOURCES (Winter20)|
Markets of labor, labor demand, labor supply, human capital, personnel economics, and other topics. Empirical methods to study labor market issues.
|HEALTH ECONOMICS (Spring21)|
Apply concepts that were taught in introductory and intermediate microeconomics to problems that are faced in health and medical care.
|Economics of Development (Winter22)|
Considers the process of economic development across the globe and why some countries are rich and others poor. Discusses education, capital formation, and international trade.