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For a downloadable version of my CV, please click here: Curriculum Vitae. Otherwise, a scrollable version is below.
Teaching three courses per semester at a small liberal arts college just outside of Atlanta, Georgia as a tenure-track faculty member. Teaching duties focus on first and second-year students while researching and publishing in labor economics and regional science outlets.
Teaching three courses per semester at a small liberal arts college just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Generally, students are first or second-year college students who will later move on to Emory University.
Teaching two courses per semester while also finishing my dissertation. Classes ranged from 200-level to 400-level.
Teaching two courses per semester while finishing my dissertation. Classes featured a wide age-range and were exclusively Principles courses.
Facilitating three recitation sections of large Principles classes while finishing graduate coursework.
Spatial Income Distribution, Regional Policy, Computable General Equilibrium Model Policy Applications
Compensation-Productivity Comparisons, Labor Share Determinants, Regional Labor Market Outcomes
Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Economic Statistics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics
History of Economic Thought, Econometrics, Regional Economics, Labor Economics
Dissertation Advisor: Dr. Harvey Cutler
Dissertation Title: Essays on the Relationship Between Compensation and Productivity: A Regional Analysis
Specializations: Regional, Environmental
Completing coursework and finishing my master degree-level qualifying exams.
Took a variety of liberal arts courses and participated in both the Honors and Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership programs.