Teaching Experience

Teaching fellow for Wharton courses:

REAL 208/708: Housing Markets
Spring 2020–Spring 2022

Details This course is designed for students interested in the economics and operations of housing markets. It is primarily a U.S. focused course, but does include a limited amount of international material for comparative purposes. The class is divided into four sections: (1) supply and demand for housing, including the operations of homebuilders and rental landlords; (2) house prices, including cycles and price dynamics; (3) international comparisons; and (4) public policy analysis applied to a current housing markets-related issue.

MGEC 611/612: Microeconomics For Managers
Fall 2018–Fall 2021

Details (611) This course establishes the micro-economic foundations for understanding business decision-making. The course will cover consumer theory and market demand, production theory, perfectly competitive and monopoly markets and game theory.
(612) This course will cover the economic foundations of business strategy and decision-making in market environments with other strategic actors and less than full information, as well as advanced pricing strategies.

BEPP 230: Urban Fiscal Policy
Fall 2019

Details This course will examine the provision of public services for firms and people through cities. Why cities exist, when fiscal policy fails, investments in infrastructure, realities of local governments such as inequality, crime, corruption, high cost of living, congestion, and unfunded pensions and debt, will be covered. We will pay special attention to recent topics, such as partnerships with the private sector, enterprise zones, the role of technology, environmental challenges, and real estate policies that promote housing affordability, such as rent control and inclusionary zoning.