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Courses I Teach

  • Econ 3500-070 - International Economics
    This course is intended to provide students with an analytical framework necessary to understand how events in the world economy affect national economies and how events in national economies affects the world economy. The analysis will focus on concepts in international trade and international financial markets and their impact on national economies’ growth and stability with applications drawn from the real world.
  • ECON 3500-002 - International Economics
    The course is intended to provide students with an analytical framework necessary to understand how events in the world economy affect national economies and how events in national economies affects the world economy. The analysis will focus on concepts in international trade and international financial markets and their impact on national economies’ growth and stability with applications drawn from the real world.
  • ECON 4010/6010-002 - Intermediate Microeconomics
    This is a condensed 3-credit-hour course. It is intended to provide students an understanding of “neoclassical” theory of microeconomics. Topics to be covered include consumer theory (utility, choice, and demand), theory of the firm (production and costs), game theory, competition, monopoly, oligopoly, market failures as well as other rigorous and exciting topics.
  • ECON 3100-003 - Labor Economics
    This course is intended to provide students an understanding of the modern theory of labor market and its usefulness for policy analysis. We begin with an overview of key concepts of the labor market. We then study the modern theory of labor market behavior and analyze several topics of special interests to students. Finally, while policy issues will be discussed throughout the semester, we apply the concepts and theory of modern labor markets to two issues of major policy importance in the last two or three decades: widening earnings inequality and the effects of international trade on labor markets. There are no specific prerequisites for this class. However, some knowledge of microeconomics (at the principles level) and basic algebra will be very helpful.
  • ECON 4020-002 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
    This intermediate level macroeconomics course builds upon Econ 2020 - Principles of Macroeconomics. It extends your knowledge about the macroeconomy and, specifically, about the determination of output, unemployment, and inflation. The course is divided into three parts: core, extensions, and policy.
  • International Economics - 3500-070
    This course is intended to provide students with an analytical framework necessary to understand how real and financial events taking place in the global economy affect today’s national economies. The analysis will focus on patterns of international trade and capital flows and their impact on national economies economic growth and stability. In addition, the course will discuss the crucial role of economic policy in open economies.
  • ECON 3500 - International Economics
    This course is intended to provide students with an analytical framework necessary to understand how events in the global economy affect national economies and vice versa. The course is broadly divided into four topics: (1) international trade, (2) international trade policy, (3) exchange rate and open-economy macroeconomics, and (4) international macroeconomic policy. To enrich your understanding of the workings of the global economy, you will be introduced to alternative theories and economic models relating to patterns of international trade and policy, national income and international monetary arrangements, as well as foreign investment, with applications drawn from real world events.