I wrote two assignments for Esteban Rossi-Hansberg’s PhD field course. Each one guided students through the process of developing, quantifying, and solving spatial models in order to answer interesting economic questions.
I wrote one midterm exam for Fernando Alvarez’s PhD core course in macroeconomics.
I wrote a number of problem set and exam questions for Felix Tintelnot’s undergraduate elective on international trade. I also set up and moderated a Slack channel for the course to help facilitate student participation in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
I contributed two supplementary lectures on macro methods during our PhD math camp.
In my courses and reading groups, I’ve had the opportunity to teach condensed versions of recent papers. You can find my slides below.
Each presentation in this PhD field course taught by Ufuk Akcigit was designed to take less than 15 minutes.
The first two presentations were written for Greg Kaplan’s macro reading group. Each was designed to take less than 30 minutes. The third presentation was written for a student-run reading group in trade and spatial economics. It was designed to take less than one hour.