# Teaching

## Emory University

### Co-teaching

**Fall 2024**

- ECON 526 - Quantitative Economics I (Graduate)
- Co-instructor with Prof. Daniel Levy, Ph.D.
- Relevant topics: Logic, methods of proof, linear algebra, basic topology, real analysis, optimization.

- ECON 626 - Quantitative Economics I (Graduate)
- Co-instructor with Prof. Daniel Levy, Ph.D.
- Relevant topics: Differential equations, difference equations

### Teaching assistance

**Fall 2024**

- ECON 610 - Macroeconomic Theory I (Graduate)
- Teaching assistant for Prof. Vivian Yue, Ph.D.
- Relevant topics: Dynamic programming; optimal growth model; overlapping generations model; job search, matching, and unemployment

**Spring 2024**

- ECON 611 - Macroeconomic Theory II (Graduate)
- Teaching Assistant for Prof. Kaiji Chen, Ph.D.
- Relevant topics: Asset pricing, equilibrium with complete markets: Arrow-Debreu and sequential markets structures, permanent-income life-cycle models (PILCH): baseline model, partial equilibrium extension, general equilibrium, general equilibrium with aggregate uncertainty.

**Fall 2023**

- ECON 415 - Behavioral Economics and Finance (Undergraduate)
- Teaching Assistant for Prof. Kelli Lanier, Ph.D.
- Relevant topics: Mental accounting and framing, prospect theory, behavioral finance, anchoring and adjustment, theories of fairness, asset bubbles, tax evasion, exponential and hyperbolic discounting.

- ECON 310 - Experimental Economics (Undergraduate)
- Teaching Assistant for Prof. Kelli Lanier, Ph.D.
- Relevant topics: Experiment design, auctions, public goods.

## Universidad Centroamericana

### Teaching assistance

**Spring 2020**

- ECO128 - Macroeconomics II (Undergraduate)
- Teaching Assistant for Prof. C. Pacheco, M. Sc.
- Relevant topics: Introduction to modern macroeconomic analysis, modern short-run model of a closed/open economy, alternative approaches to mainstream macroeconomics.

**Fall 2020**

- ECO022 - Econometrics II (Undergraduate)
- Teaching Assistant for Prof. A. López-Espinoza, M. Sc.
- Relevant topics: Statistical theory of time series, filtering and decomposition, multivariate and univariate time series models.