During the fall semester of 2018, I teach a course in macroeconomics ("Global Economic Environment") for MBA students at Columbia Business School. Previously, I was awarded the Towbes Prize for Outstanding Teaching by the Department of Economics at Princeton University during the academic year 2012-2013.

Teaching Experience

Columbia University
Global Economic Environment (MBA), Falls 2016-2018
Independent Study (MBA), Fall 2017
Advanced Macroeconomic Analysis (PhD guest lecture), Fall 2016

University of Minnesota
Worker and Firm Heterogeneity in the Labor Market: An Introduction to AKM (PhD workshop presentation), Spring 2018

University of Texas at Austin
Empirical Equilibrium Search Models (PhD mini-course), Fall 2016

Princeton University
Introductory Microeconomics (undergraduate), Summers 2011-2012
Mathematical and Statistical Methods (undergraduate), Summers 2011-2012