During my career I’ve been lucky to have taught very different topics, covering most of the Macroeconomics and Microeconomics of an undergraduate program in Economics. Currently, though I have focused on my research expertise, that is Microeconomics, in particular, different applications of Game Theory, such as Auctions and Contract Theory. I am also very interested in Industrial Organization and Corporate Finance Theory.
Bridging Mathematics (Ph.D. in Economics)
[Instructor] This course covers critical mathematical knowledge that doctoral students must learn before going through the coursework: sets, functions, linear algebra, topology, differentials, static optimization, and probability theory.