Teaching Experience

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Econ 490 - International Trade (Instructor): Fall 2018 — Spring 2020
Course Syllabus (Spring 2020)

This course is about the causes and consequences of the international trade of goods, services, and production inputs. Throughout the course, we will cover the main topics related to international trade that are at the center of public debate. This course is designed to teach students how to use critical thinking on international trade issues within formal economic frameworks. Students will learn to apply microeconomic theory to international trade issues discussed by policymakers and media outlets: What are the benefits and costs of international trade? What are the effects of trade policies, such as tariffs and quotas? Should developing countries protect their domestic markets? What is the role of international institutions such as the World Trade Organization? What kind of products countries trade? What determines internationl trade patterns?

Econ 203 - Economic Statistics II (Teaching Assistant): Spring 2017 — Spring 2018

Econ 302 - Intermediate Microeconomics (Teaching Assistant): Fall 2016

University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Teaching Awards

Teachers Ranked as Excellent by their Students: Spring 2017 — Spring 2020

Rated as Outstanding (University-wide Top 10% rating): Spring 2018, Spring 2019, Spring 2020

Graduate Teacher Certificate: 2017