Instructor, Department of Economics, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Develop and deliver comprehensive lectures on Microeconomics Theory, covering foundational concepts such as supply and demand, consumer behavior, production theory, market structures, and game theory.
Utilize a variety of teaching strategies, including lectures, multimedia presentations, and interactive discussions, to effectively communicate complex economic theories and principles to students.
Incorporate real-world examples, case studies, and current economic events to illustrate the practical applications of Microeconomics Theory and its relevance in everyday life.
Foster critical thinking and problem-solving skills by engaging students in analytical exercises, quantitative analysis, and decision-making scenarios related to microeconomic concepts.
Facilitate class discussions to encourage students to think critically about economic phenomena, analyze different perspectives, and apply economic models to real-world situations.
Design and administer assessments, including quizzes, exams, and assignments, to evaluate students' understanding and mastery of microeconomic principles.
Provide timely and constructive feedback on students' work, guiding them toward improving their comprehension and application of microeconomic theories.
Offer individualized support and guidance during office hours, addressing students' questions, clarifying concepts, and providing additional resources to aid their learning.
24-7 virtual office hours learning support.
Develop and deliver comprehensive lectures on Game Theory, covering topics such as cooperative and non-cooperative games, iterated elimination, Nash Equilibrium, Mixed Strategies, Evolutionary Stability, Backward induction, repeated game, and asymmetric information.
Utilize a variety of teaching methods, including interactive discussions, problem-solving exercises, and case studies, to facilitate student engagement and promote active learning.
Design and implement simulations and role-playing activities to allow students to apply game-theoretic concepts in practical scenarios and analyze strategic interactions.
Encourage class participation and facilitate discussions via polleverywhere to promote a deeper understanding of strategic decision-making and the dynamics of game situations.
Incorporate real-world examples from economics, politics, and business to demonstrate the relevance and applicability of Game Theory in various contexts.
Provide personalized feedback on assignments, exams, and projects to guide students' learning and development in the subject matter.
Provide 24-7 virtual office hours learning support with the most frequently asked question and pre-recorded solutions.
Applied Statistics for Business and Economics
Develop and deliver comprehensive lectures on Applied Statistics, covering topics such as probability theory, descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, regression analysis, and data visualization.
Create a supportive and engaging classroom environment that fosters active learning and encourages student participation in discussions and problem-solving activities.
Utilize practical examples and real-world datasets to illustrate the application of statistical concepts and techniques in various fields, such as economics, social sciences, and business.
Incorporate technology tools and software, such as Python (via Jupyter Notebook), to facilitate data analysis and statistical modeling, enabling students to gain hands-on experience with statistical software.
Design and administer assignments and projects that require students to collect, analyze, and interpret data using appropriate statistical methods.
Provide individualized guidance and feedback to students, helping them strengthen their understanding of statistical concepts and improve their analytical skills.
Use data visualization techniques to effectively communicate statistical findings and enhance students' ability to interpret and present data visually.
Foster critical thinking and problem-solving skills by challenging students to think analytically and apply statistical principles to solve real-world problems.
Principles of Microeconomics
Infused the Principles of Microeconomics course with an interactive and engaging teaching style, creating a fun and dynamic learning environment.
Developed creative and relatable examples and analogies to illustrate complex economic concepts, making them more accessible and enjoyable for students.
Incorporated multimedia resources, such as videos and online simulations, to enhance students' understanding and provide visual representations of economic principles.
Facilitated class discussions and debates on current economic issues, encouraging students to think critically and apply microeconomic concepts to real-world situations.
Organized group activities, such as economic games and case studies, to foster collaboration and teamwork, while deepening students' comprehension of microeconomic principles.
Utilized technology tools, such as interactive polling platforms, to encourage student participation and gather real-time feedback on comprehension and opinions.
Implemented flipped classroom approaches, where students review the course material before class, allowing for more interactive and application-focused sessions.
Created opportunities for experiential learning, such as field trips to local businesses or inviting guest speakers from the industry, to provide practical insights and connections to the subject matter.
Designed innovative assessments, including projects and presentations, that allowed students to demonstrate their understanding of microeconomic principles in creative and engaging ways.
Offered individualized support and guidance to students through regular office hours, encouraging them to seek assistance and fostering a personalized learning experience.
Actively sought student feedback through surveys and discussions, incorporating their suggestions to continuously improve the course structure and content.
Principles of Macroeconomics
Infuse energy and enthusiasm into the Principles of Macroeconomics course, creating a fun and engaging learning environment for students.
Develop creative and interactive lesson plans that incorporate hands-on activities, multimedia resources, and real-world examples to make macroeconomic concepts relatable and enjoyable.
Utilize examples and group projects to help students understand complex macroeconomic theories and policies, such as the circular flow of income, fiscal policy, monetary policy, and international trade.
Utilize publicly available macroeconomics data from World Bank and MS Excel to help the student create a complete macroeconomic profile for a specific country that the student is interested in, and help students deliver final presentations about the economic health and condition of a particular country.
Integrate current events and economic news into class discussions to demonstrate the practical applications of macroeconomic principles and their impact on society.
Incorporate technology, such as online interactive quizzes and multimedia presentations, to enhance student engagement and participation.
Encourage active learning through in-class activities, such as economic experiments and case studies, that allow students to apply macroeconomic concepts to real-life scenarios.
Stay updated on the latest developments in macroeconomic theory and policy, integrating relevant research and insights into course materials and discussions.
Offer additional support to students through office hours and online communication channels, providing guidance and addressing their questions or concerns.
Money and Banking
Develop and deliver engaging lectures on Money and Banking, covering topics such as monetary systems, central banking, commercial banking, financial markets, and monetary policy.
Utilize a variety of instructional methods, including lectures, case studies, group discussions, and multimedia resources, to enhance student understanding and engagement.
Incorporate real-world examples and current events to illustrate the practical application of Money and Banking concepts and their impact on the global economy.
Facilitate class discussions and debates on controversial topics related to Money and Banking, promoting diverse perspectives and encouraging students to think critically and articulate their opinions.
Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Mathematics for Economists (MS Level)
Intermediate of Macroeconomics
Statistics for Economics
The Principle of Microeconomics
Economics of Crime