teaching

Teaching

The syllabuses and slides are available on this website. Please feel free to use the slides for your personal use and for your teaching. If you find any errors, typos, and/or possible mis-citation (I hope they do not occur!), I appreciate your letting me know.


Current Teaching

Econ 289: Topics in Game Theory (graduate, spring 2016): This is essentially a topics course in matching market design.

Teaching in the past and Mini Lectures

Econ 182: Honors Market Design (undergraduate, fall 2015)

Econ 182: Honors Market Design (undergraduate, spring 2015)

Econ 289: Topics in Game Theory (graduate, spring 2015): This is essentially a topics course in matching market design.

Econ 203: First Year Core Micro (Game Theory); see coursework for material (restricted to Stanford students).

Econ 220: Political Economy I (graduate, winter 2015, joint with Gabriel Carroll). see coursework for material (restricted to Stanford students).

Econ 182: Honors Market Design (undergraduate, spring 2014)

Econ 289: Topics in Game Theory (graduate, spring 2014): This is essentially a topics course in matching market design.

Econ 220: Political Economy I (graduate, winter 2014, joint with Gabriel Carroll). See Coursework for details. The syllabus is here.

ECON 182: Honors Market Design (undergraduate, spring 2013)

ECON 289: Topics in Game Theory (graduate, spring 2013)

Economics W4415: Game Theory (undergraduate, Spring 2012 at Columbia University), see Coursework for details. The tentative syllabus is here.

Econ 289: Topics in Game Theory (graduate, winter 2011), syllabus, course slides are uploaded in Coursework.

Econ 51: Economic Analysis II (undergraduate, winter 2011), syllabus, course material such as slides are uploaded in Coursework.

ECON 289: Topics in Game Theory (graduate, winter 2010)

ECON 285: Market Design (graduate, fall 2009)

Econ 474: Matching and Market Design (Spring 2009 at Yale)

Mini Lectures on Matching and Market Design (October 2009 at Princeton; July 2009 at Yonsei University; June 2009 and July 2010 at University of Tokyo, June 2013 at York)

Mini Lectures on Matching and Market Design 2012 (November 2012 at Toulouse; December 2013 at University of Chile)


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