Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

Principles of Microeconomics, 2010 – present (Avg. Class Size = 70-105, Overall Course Evaluation = 4.0-4.2/5.0*)

Public Economics, 2011 – present (Avg. Class Size = 30-70, Overall Course Evaluation = 4.5~4.7/5.0*)

Intermediate Microeconomics (Advanced), 2008 – 2010

Development Economics (Advanced), 2013 (Avg. Class Size = 20-30, Overall Course Evaluation = 4.8~4.9/5.0*)

Industrial Organization (Advanced), 2011 – present (Avg. Class Size = 50-80, Overall Course Evaluation = 4.4~4.8/5.0*)

Economics of Natural Resources and Environment (Advanced Seminar), 2008 – present(Avg. Class Size = 40-50, Overall Course Evaluation = 4.7~4.8/5.0*, About 45% of the enrolled students reported to have spent more than 6 hours per week outside the classroom for this course.)

* Note: Faculty of Liberal Arts Avg. = 3.8~3.9 (incl. all general-studies courses) or 4.1~4.2 (excl. general-studies courses).

Graduate Courses

Mathematics for Economists, 2005 – 2007 (Univ. of Minnesota)
(Avg. Class Size = 20, Overall Course Evaluation = 4.7~4.8/5.0)

Development Theory and Policy, 2011 – present

Applied Econometrics

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