Undergraduate course to introduce students to economics. Examines the decision making of individuals and firms with regard to consumption, production, and allocation of good and services in a market system. Covers both competitive and imperfectly competitive market settings.
Junior Independent Work
2020 - 2022
Professor Pablo Fajgelbaum
2020 - 2021
Professor David Silver
Undergraduate course taken by all Princeton economics majors. Designed to mentor students in conducting idependent research. Guides students from the generation of research ideas to preparing data, implementing quasi-experimental research designs, and distilling the results into a full paper.
Quantitative Analysis for Policymakers
2020 - 2021
Professor David Lee
Graduate course aimed at helping students leverage statistics to improve policy analysis. Covers the mathematical foundations of statistics, common types of quantitative analysis, and applications to various data.
Statistics and Machine Learning
Three-day course for Hanns Seidel foundation that brought together graduate and undergraduate students of all fields. Designed and taught this course covering the foundations of statistical analysis and machine learning with applications in R.