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Most Recent Course:
Spring 2017: Industrial Organization (with Erich Muehlegger)

Previous Courses:

Winter 2017: Economics of Uncertainty (with Andres Carvajal)
 Fall 2016: Teaching of Economics (with Erich Muehlegger)
Summer 2016: Public Economics (with Erick Eschker)
Spring 2016: Intermediate Macroeconomics (with Paul Bergin)
Winter 2016: International Economic Relations (with Ina Simonovska)
Summer 2015: Analysis of Economics (with Mark Siegler)
Spring 2015: Health Economics (with A. Colin Cameron)
Winter 2015: Financial Economics (with Derek Stimel)
Fall 2014: Intermediate Micro Theory (with Burkhard Schipper)
Summer 2014: Principles of Microeconomics (with Kevin Williams)
Spring 2014: Intermediate Micro Theory (with Emanuel Frenkel)
Winter 2014: Principles of Macroeconomics (with Ann Huff Stevens)
Fall 2013: Intermediate Micro Theory (with Burkhard Schipper)
Teaching Philosophy:

    Economics as a discipline provides infrastructure for asking and answering everyday questions. Thus, economics teaching must focus not only on the content of economic models, but also on how to extend economic intuition into one's day-to-day decision making. Teaching should emphasize the connections between intuition, theory, and empirics. Then, when a particular model is being examined, attention should be paid to the limitations, assumptions, and scope of the analysis. While a focus on economic content (market structure, economic policies) has practical importance, a careful economic approach is essential.