My goal is for students to be able to look at real-world economic issues from different angles, to understand and critically evaluate the different theoretical perspectives that influence very concrete policy decisions, and to feel empowered to participate in the political-economic debate.

In my classes on quantitative research methods, I teach modern techniques of statistical inference and data analysis, emphasizing simulation, data visualization and reproducibility.

My teaching fields include labor economics (for syllabi, see 1), inequality (1), microeconomics (1, 2), and quantitative methods (1).