For Ph.D students
- If you are interested in having Professor X as your dissertation adviser, this might be a good idea if you have taken that person's course, done well in that course, and spent some time reading papers written by that professor as well as other key papers on a subject in which you are interested and in which the professor is interested. Within that literature you should identify an area in which you are interested and identify a set of questions that interest you. If you have done so, you may have a productive and positive discussion with Professor X.
- What is a Ph.D.?
- General advice and articles on the state of Macro, compiled by Chao Wei.
- More advice from Prof. Erick Zwick.
- General advice on developing a research project.
George Washington University (2001-present)
- ECON 1012 - Principles of Macroeconomics
- ECON 2121 - Financial Economics
- ECON 8307 - Macroeconomic Theory III (PhD)
- ECON 8305 - Macroeconomic Theory I (PhD) Videos that may be useful for this course may be found by clicking here on youtube or here on bilibili.
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University of Pennsylvania (1997-2001)
- ECON 001 - Principles of Microeconomics (Honors)
- ECON 002 - Principles of Macroeconomics
- ECON 702 Macroeconomic Theory (PhD: TA)