Lecturer for Economics 5010, “Economic
Immersion,” at the Hubert
H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota
during Fall 1996. This course is a high-speed introduction to economics for masters
degree students in public affairs, with 65 students. In 1997, voted by students
as Teacher of the Year for the Humphrey Institute.
Lecturer for Economics 1101 and 1102, courses in principles
of micro- and macroeconomics, at the University
of Minnesota during Fall 1995 and Winter 1996, respectively.
Enrollment was approximately 400 students. Based on student
and departmental evaluations, named a Distinguished Instructor
by the Department of Economics.
Lecturer for Economics 1 at Stanford
University, at least one quarter each year from 1989-90 to 1993-94. Enrollment ranged from 300-600 students. In 1992,
winner of the award for excellent teaching in a large class
(more than 30 students) from Associated Students of Stanford
Lecturer for the Diplomat Training Program at the Hoover
Institution, in which a dozen young diplomats from
eastern Europe spend a quarter at Stanford University. During
Fall and Spring quarters from 1992 through 1995, responsible
for 15 hours of lectures teaching the principles of economics.