Prior to joining the Fed, I served as an Assistant Professor at the UC Davis Department of Economics, where I taught classes in undergraduate microeconomics and graduate labor economics. You can find my course materials at the links below.

ECN 100B: Intermediate Microeconomics

The second part of a two-quarter undergraduate micro sequence. Topics include imperfect competition, game theory, externalities, public goods, decision-making under uncertainty, and asymmetric information.

ECN 250A: Labor Economics

A second-year PhD course in the labor economics sequence, with an emphasis on the demand side. Topics include wage determination, skill-biased technical change, job search and job loss, labor market institutions, and local labor markets.