My teaching interest include economics of poverty, econometrics, microeconomics, urban and regional economics, labor, public, and behavioral economics at all levels.

At Hamilton College I have taught:

  • Poverty and Inequality Senior Seminar, Fall 2019 (Syllabus)
  • Urban Economics, Fall 2019 (Syllabus)
  • Economic Theory and Evidence, Spring 2020 (Syllabus)

At University of California, Davis I was the instructor of record for Economic Development (ECN/ARE 115A) during the summer of 2018. My syllabus for the class can be found here (Syllabus) and student evaluations here (Evals).

In addition, as a Masters and PhD student I was the teaching assistant for the following courses:
University of California, Davis

  • Econometric Foundations (PhD), Fall 2014
  • Development Economics (Undergraduate), Winter 2016
  • Intermediate Microeconomics (Undergraduate), Spring 2015

Georgetown University

  • Advanced Regression and Evaluation Methods (Masters), Fall 2010
  • Introduction to Microeconomic Theory (Masters), Fall 2009