Microeconomic Theory, Mathematical Economics, Game Theory, Industrial Economics, Mechanism Design.
University of Connecticut
PhD: Industrial Economics, PhD: Mathematical Economics
Undergraduate: Honors Game Theory with Applications to the Natural and Social Science (course developed for Honors program), Mechanism Design (course developed for economics department). (Current)
Courses Taught by Institution (1991-present)
Fall 2001–present Department of Economics, University of Connecticut (in addition to courses listed above)
PhD Microeconomic Theory
MA Industrial Organization
Game Theory and Market Design: A Case Study of the Deregulated Electricity Market and Beyond (Course developed under the EPNES grant. Team taught with Peter Luh (PI), department of electrical and computer engineering, University of Connecticut),
Government and Business.
Spring 2001 Department of Economics University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
PhD Game Theory.
Fall 2000 Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University
1997-2001 Economics Department Royal Holloway, University of London
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, Industrial Organization.
1995-1997 Department of Economics, Vassar College
Principles of Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, Internal Organization of the Firm, (developed course for the department), Game Theory (developed course for the department).
1991-1995 Department of Economics, Finance and Legal Studies, University of Alabama
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, Principles of Microeconomics.
PhD Microeconomic Theory, PhD Industrial Economics.
Spring 1991 Department of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Principles of Microeconomics, Industrial Organization.
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