I am currently teaching Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (Econ 4021) at Washington University in St. Louis as of the Spring of 2022. Please refer to WashU MyCanvas for course information and materials.
I have mostly taught courses related to macroeconomics and banking, both at the graduate (Ph.D. and MBA) and undergraduate levels.
- International Macroeconomics and Finance (NYU Stern, Fall 2014), Grader for Prof. T. Philippon
- Macroeconomics II (NYU, Spring 2013, Ph.D. Core), TA for Profs. R. Lagos and E. Schaal
- Risk Management in Financial Institutions (NYU Stern, Fall 2014), Grader for Prof. T. Philippon
- Advanced Macroeconomics (NYU Stern, Fall 2012), Grader for Profs. L. Ljungqvist and T. Sargent
- Intermediate Macroeconomics (NYU, Spring 2016 and Spring 2015; Nova SBE, Spring 2012 and Spring 2011)
- Money and Banking (NYU, Fall 2015)
- Risk Management in Financial Institutions (NYU Stern, Fall 2014)
- Calculus II (Nova SBE, Fall 2011 and Fall 2010)
As a student, I wrote notes for the third quarter of the Macroeconomics Ph.D. core sequence at NYU, taught by Professor Ricardo Lagos. These notes have not been revised for a long time and may contain (my) mistakes, so use them at your own discretion.
The material covered is: asset pricing; classical monetary theory; search and matching in a labor context; and an introduction to optimal taxation. You can download these notes here.