POL 349 is an undergraduate course in political economy. The course introduces political economy models of redistribution, monetary policy, and (in)efficient policy, after reviewing game theory and voting models. I served as an assistant instructor for Professor Thomas Romer.
The math camp reviews basic calculus and linear algebra, as well as it introduces the fundamental ideas of real analysis necessary for graduate courses in formal and quantitative methods. I co-taught the camp with Gabriel Lopez-Moctezuma.
POL 345 is the first in a two-course undergraduate sequence in applied statistics for social sciences. The course covers basic statistical concepts and data analysis in R. I served as an assistant instructor for Professor Marc Ratkovic.
POL 575 is the first course in the formal theory sequence in the Department of Politics. It covers the basic concepts in choice theory and game theory. I served as a preceptor for Professor Adam Meirowitz.
POL 573 is the second course of the applied statistical method sequence in the Department of Politics. It covers discrete choice models, applied regression models for cross-section and longitudinal data, and causal inference. I served as an assistant instructor for Professor Kosuke Imai.