Summary of Teaching Experience
  • TA for various political science courses at NYU (listed below).
  • Head Teaching Fellow for David Laibson’s and Andrei Shleifer’s Behavioral Economics course at Harvard.
  • TA for Matt Taddy’s Big Data course at Chicago Booth.
  • Some of my teaching notes and slides are posted on my OSF repository.

Current instructional activity: Advising undergraduate students on research design, data manipulation, interpreting and communicating empirical results.

NYU: Undergraduate politics classes

Examining the 2016 Election - Inequality, Populism, and Voting
Data Fellow.
Advanced seminar for juniors and seniors in American politics taught by Professor Jonathan Nagler.
Fall 2017.

Introduction to Political Theory
Teaching assistant.
Course taught by Professor Dimitri Landa.
Fall 2017.

Biology of Politics
Data Fellow.
Course taught by Professor Christopher Dawes.
Spring 2018.

Senior Honors I & II
Stata Demos and individual consulations.
Course taught by Professors Anna Harvey and Christopher Dawes.
AY 2018-19.

Harvard: Undergraduate economics classes

Economics 970: Sophomore Tutorial: Experiments in Economics
Instructor (syllabus).

Economics 1030: Psychology and Economics
Head Teaching Fellow
Course taught by David Laibson and Andrei Shleifer.

Principles of Economics
Teaching Fellow
Main lectures by David Laibson, Daron Acemoglu, John List and Bruce Watson
Harvard Summer School.

Freshman Seminar 40u: Dealing with Financial Crises
Teaching Fellow
Course taught by Ken Rogoff.
Reading list.

Economics 980p: International Trade Policy
Teaching Fellow
Course taught by Elhanan Helpman (syllabus).

University of Chicago: Graduate statistical methods

Data Mining / Big Data. Teaching assistant to Matt Taddy (syllabus, Spring 2014).

Other teaching

Principles of Economics at KNU, South Korea

Economic Summer School 2016, National Bank of Slovakia