UC-Berkeley PhD Program, Economics
University of South Carolina, B.A. , Math and Philosophy, magna cum laude
(Yang Award in Mathematics; Oliver Award in Philosophy & Logic)
As a PhD student at UC-Berkeley's Department of Economics, I work with some of the top economists in the world, including Nobel Prize winner George Akerlof, and distinguished economists such as Delong, Rabin, Romer and Chad Jones (among others). My own research concentrates on Behavioral Economics and Game Theory.
I eat, sleep and drink Economics and can tutor any undergraduate level Economics subject; at the most advanced (MBA or graduate) level, I can also tutor Microeconomics, Behavioral Finance, Statistics and Corporate Finance, among other subjects. My extensive experience teaching Microeconomics includes designing final exam questions for professors to trick students. By being familiar with the difficulties students commonly face, I can help you avoid the traps come Exam day. As your tutor, I will help you understand the material inside and out, anticipate trick questions and problems, and develop the skills necessary to ace your finals with confidence. My teaching style adapts to your specific needs; I can present the same material in a variety of ways to help you achieve mastery. Whatever confusions you've had, I've seen them before and will do what it takes for the light-bulb to go off. I pride myself on not just being an expert in my field, but a passionate teacher, sensitive to the stress undergraduates endure, and committed to helping them succeed.
I'm an active blogger on Tutor Hero as well. Read my blog posts on Economics here.
Economics, Business, Mathematics, Statistics
SPECIFIC TUTORING SERVICES:
Any undergraduate level Economics
Intro to Advanced Microeconomics
Intro to Advanced Macroeconomics