Teaching

Teaching Assistant, University of California, Irvine, 2016-Present

I have been a Teaching Assistant for the following courses:

Econ 122A. Applied Econometrics I

Introduction to econometrics. Practical applications in microeconomics and macroeconomics.

Econ 107. Economics of Asymmetric Information

Effects of asymmetric information in the markets: labor, insurance, used cars, credit, and in auctions.

Econ 100C. Intermediate Economic III

Explanations of unemployment, inflation, recessions; public policy for macroeconomic problems.

Econ 100B. Intermediate Economic II

The fundamentals of game theory.

Econ 25. The Economics of Accounting Decisions

An analysis of the similarities and differences between accounting and economic concepts.

Econ 20B. Basic Economics II

The fundamentals of macroeconomics. Government behavior.

Econ 20A. Basic Economics I

The fundamentals of microeconomics. The behavior of firms and consumers.

Econ 15B. Probability and Statistics in Economics II

An introduction to probability, statistics, and econometrics.

Econ 13. Global Economy

Fundamental patterns of the global economy.


Teaching Assistant, California State University, Los Angeles, 2014-2015

At Cal State LA, I have been a Teaching Assistant for the following courses:

Market Indicators and Federal Reserve Policy
Managerial Economics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Applied Statistics
Current Issues in Latin America.