Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Claremont Graduate University

Econ 316: Advanced Microeconomics I: Consumer Theory and General Equilibrium
Econ 317: Advanced Microeconomics II: Game Theory and Asymmetric Information
Econ 318: Foundations of Psychology and Economics
Econ 319: Topics in Psychology and Economics
 

Graduate Student Instructor, Department of Economics, U.C. Berkeley

Econ 119: Psychology and Economics (Spring 2010)
Econ 110/ PS 135: Game Theory in the Social Sciences (Fall 2007)
Econ 1: Principles of Economics (Spring 2007)

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