Teaching

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.