April 4, 2014
Lecturer for ECON210, “Econometrics.” Fall 2017
- An introductory course to econometrics for undergraduates with emphasis on empirical analysis and programming
- Draws examples from modern labor economics
In addition, I’ve assisted with several lectures at the University of Chicago. I list these engagements here and provide links to further information and course materials.
Guest Lecture for ECON350, “The Origins and Consequences of Inequality in Capabilities”. James J. Heckman. 2014
Guest Lecture for ECON618, “Practical Computing for Economists: Colloquium”. Ali Hortacsu. 2014
Please also check out some great examples of responsible computational work in Economics by Philipp Eisenhauer. I wrote the documentation and submitted several bug fixes. We hope to set an example for transparent, extendible and reliable computational work in economics.
- grmToolbox, software for estimating the Generalized Roy Model
- structToolbox, software for estimating structural economic models