Econometrics I – Master’s level – ECON 562    (syllabus) 2013 - present
3-credit hours: introduction to econometrics and advanced topics including instrumental variables, time series estimation, panel data estimate methods, and technical writing (15 times)
Applied Microeconometrics – PhD level – ECON 650    (syllabus) 2009 - present
2-credit hours: selection, matching, sample weights, data visualization, instrumental variables, regression discontinuity, panel data methods, quantiles regression, and clustering (13 times)
Econometrics – Undergraduate level – ECON 360    (syllabus) 2007 - present
3-credit hours: OLS estimator, statistical inference, consistency, functional form, prediction, heteroskedasticity, proxy variables, measurement error, instrumental variables (12 times)
Microeconometrics – Master’s level – ECON 574    (syllabus) 2014 - present
2-credit hours: selection, matching, data visualization, instrumental variables, regression discontinuity, panel methods (5 times)
Econ Scholars: Intergen. Justice – Undergraduate level – ECON 290    (syllabus) 2021 - present
1-credit hours: student discussions based on assigned readings, writing assignment, participants receive a $1,000 scholarship (1 time)
Managerial Economics – EMBA – ECON 590    (syllabus) 2016 - 2019
3-credit hours: firm behavior, consumer behavior, market market equilibrium, externalities, public goods, insurance, taxation, economic growth, political economy, trade (4 times)
Senior Honors Thesis – Undergraduate level – ECON 499    (syllabus) 2010 - 2014
3-credit hours: students formulate a research question, obtain data, estimate a causal econometric model, and describe the results in research paper suitable for an honors thesis (2 times)
Taxation and Public Finance – Undergraduate level – ECON 422    (syllabus) 2008 - 2009
3-credit hours: externalities, public goods, cost-benefit analysis, political economy, fiscal federalism, social insurance programs, income taxation, tax incidence, optimal taxation, investment (2 times)