I have taught a wide variety of courses in my relatively short career (actually, it’s not that relatively or absolutely short any more), beginning as a graduate assistant at Florida State University (FSU) and moonlighting as an adjunct at Florida A&M University (FAMU) while in grad school at FSU. My primary teaching interests are microeconomics and game theory, and I have taught these courses at the principles, intermediate, and PhD level. I am also interested in using economic experiments as an educational tool, and I spent two years working for the Center for Experimental Economics Education as an International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics Visiting Post-Doctoral Scholar. During that time I taught weeklong sessions using experimental economics to introduce the fundamental principles of economics to high school students.
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