- Econ 501: Microeconomics I is the first half of the microeconomic theory sequence required of all Rice Economics PhD students covering traditional consumer theory, producer theory and general equilibrium.
- Econ 470: Market Design is an upper level undergraduate elective targeted at economics major. It studies the design and use of market-based mechanisms to solve problems of economic resource allocation.
- Econ 508: Microeconomics II (co-taught with Hulya Eraslan) is the second half of the microeconomic theory sequence required of all Rice Economics PhD students covering game theory, information economics and mechanism design. I cover the portion corresponding to mechanism design, and include some topics from information economics.
Indicative syllabi are available below.