Teaching
“Without education, we are in a horrible and deadly danger of taking educated people seriously” G.K. Chesterton

University of Pittsburgh (Spring 2017)
Health Economics (Undergraduate) Syllabus

University of Pittsburgh (Fall 2016)

Empirical Methods (PhD) - Syllabus (Evaluations) (Students' Comments)

Summary of Evaluations from Previous Courses
Sample of comments from students
Teaching evaluation-summary
LSE Award Nomination

University of Oxford (Fall 2015) Guest lecture on “The Economics of Health and Healthcare”, Economics for Public Policy, Master in Public Policy, Blavatnik School of Government University of Oxford (Fall 2014) Guest lecture on “The Economics of Health and Healthcare”, Economics for Public Policy, Master in Public Policy, Blavatnik School of Government


London School of Economics (Spring 2014) (evaluations) (LSE Award Nomination) Guest lecture on “International Migration”, Economic Development Policy, Department of International Development
Economic Development Policy, (Spring 2014)

University of Oxford (Fall 2013) Guest lecture on “The Economics of Health and Healthcare”, Economics for Public Policy, Master in Public Policy, Blavatnik School of Government
Boston University (2010-2013) (evaluations) Topics in Labor Economics, EC356 (Instructor) - Spring 2013 Topics in Labor Economics, EC356 (Instructor) - Fall 2012 Topics in Labor Economics, EC356 (Instructor) - Summer 2010 Head Teaching Fellow for Principles of Macroeconomics (EC102) and Principles of Microeconomics (EC101), Spring 2011 Teaching Assistant for Professor Watson EC101, Fall 2010 Teaching Assistant for Professor Watson EC102, Spring 2010