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At Princeton University I taught the calculus camp for MPP students at the Woodrow Wilson School (WWS) and served as a lecturer and preceptor (teaching assistant) for various graduate and undergraduate economics courses (development economics, macroeconomics, microeconomics, public economics). This is also where I earned by master’s (MA) and doctoral (PhD) degrees in economics.

Woodrow Wilson School (WWS) calculus for MPP students:

I served as a teaching assistant for the following classes (and professors):

  • Introductory macroeconomics (Prof. David Colander)
  • Public economics (Prof. Harvey Rosen)
  • Introductory microeconomics (Prof. Uwe Reinhardt)
  • WWS development economics (Prof. Dean Karlan)




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