Teaching

 

Spring 2018 Microeconomics A, Bachelor level

  • Household Theory
    – Preferences
    – Consumer Choice
    – Demand
    – Uncertainty
    – Intertemporal Choice
  • Producer Theory
    – Production and Technology
    – Costs
    – Competitive Supply
  • Markets and Competitive Equilibrium
    – Competitive Markets and Partial Equilibrium
    – Welfare
    – General Equilibrium
Fall 2017 Microeconomics B, Bachelor level

  • Externalities and Public Goods
  • Monopoly and Monopsony
  • Pricing with Market Power
  • Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly
  • Game Theory
  • Auctions
  • Asymmetric Information
Fall 2016 Mathematics for Economists, Ph.D. level

  • Review of Basic Mathematical Concepts
  • Metric and Normed Spaces
  • Vector Spaces and Linear Transformations
  • Differential Calculus
Fall 2015 Microeconomics BBachelor level
Spring 2015 Microeconomics ABachelor level
Spring 2014 Microeconomics ABachelor level
Fall 2013 Microeconomics BBachelor level
Spring 2013 Microeconomics ABachelor level