I have been teaching a wide variety of basic and advanced courses in economics for close to 20 years in the diverse and exciting New York City area. I am currently an adjunct professor of economics at Fordham University in Manhattan. My degrees are from Rice University (PhD) and Yale University (BA) The PhD is in economics, and that was my major as an undergraduate. Teaching the subject I love is rewarding, working with students to promote their careers (e.g., letters of recommendation, mentoring internships, counseling) is doubly rewarding. I strongly believe in personal engagement with students, while always maintaining the correct standards of scholarship. I should add, finally, that I am also a market researcher for private clients for over 30 years and am currently focusing on urban/suburban mobility markets. I enjoy jogging in the outdoors (no crowded gyms for me) and make a real effort to stay in shape. I would look forward to helping you master the subject of economics!
Undergraduate Degree: Yale University - Bachelor in Arts, Development Economics and International Development
Graduate Degree: Rice University - Doctor of Science, Economics
Jogging, gardening, writing for trade journals