My teaching interests are microeconomics, matching theory, game theory, labor economics, and family economics.

Lecturing

  • EC401 Advanced Microeconomics (undergraduate), Michigan State University, 2017S, 2018S.
  • EC301 Intermediate Microeconomics (undergraduate), Michigan State University, 2015F, 2017S, 2018S.

Guest Lecturing

  • EC911 Strategic Behavior in Economic Environments (graduate), Jon X. Eguia, Michigan State University, 2016F.

      "Matching Algorithms and Bayesian Persuasion"

  • EC880 Labor Economics I (graduate), Ben Zou, Michigan State University, 2016S, 2016F.

      "Theory and Estimation of Marriage Market"

  • EC835 Public Expenditures (graduate), Stacy Dickert-Conlin, Michigan State University, 2016F.

      "Marriages and Taxation"

  • ECON207 Honors Game Theory (undergraduate), Hugo F. Sonnenschein, University of Chicago, 2012F, 2013F.

      "Auction as a Bayesian Game" and "Two-Sided Matching"

  • ECON244 Advanced Microeconomic Theory in a Mathematical Mode (undergraduate), Hugo F. Sonnenschein, University of Chicago, 2012F.

      "Negative Semidefiniteness, and Concave and Quasiconcave Functions"

Teaching Assistant

  • BUSF421 Game Theory (MBA), University of Chicago, Emir Kamenica, 2014S.
  • ECON207 Honors Game Theory (undergraduate), Hugo F. Sonnenschein, University of Chicago, 2012F, 2013F.
  • ECON244 Advanced Microeconomic Theory in a Mathematical Mode (undergraduate), Hugo F. Sonnenschein, University of Chicago, 2012F.
  • ECON201 Honors Elements of Economic Analysis II (undergraduate), E. Glen Weyl, University of Chicago, 2012F.
  • ECON208 Theory of Auctions (undergraduate), Philip J. Reny, University of Chicago, 2012W.