I am teaching Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (Econ 4021) at Washington University in St. Louis as of the Spring of 2023. Please refer to WashU MyCanvas for course information and materials.
As main instructor, I have taught Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (Econ 4021) at Washington University in St. Louis in the Spring of 2022.
I have mostly T.A.’ed 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.