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Summer Math Camp (ECON 897) - University of Pennsylvania:

2015, 2016 - Summer Math Camp for incoming Economics Ph.D. students at the University of Pennsylvania. I teach a two-week course on linear algebra, differentiation in ℝ and ℝn and the basic separating hyperplane theorems used in the existence proofs in Economics. The references for this part of the course are:

  • Principles of Mathematical Analysis, by Rudin
  • Real Mathematical Analysis, by Pugh

Syllabus and lecture notes

Exams 2016

Exams 2015

Instructor:

MATLAB Workshop (ECON 1303) - Universidad de los Andes:

2013 - Introductory course for Economics students at Universidad de los Andes, aimed at preparing students to estimate and calibrate Economic models. Joint with Nicolás Idrobo. The main reference for the course is:

  • Matlab: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving, by Attaway

Syllabus

Teaching Assistant:

I have been teaching assistant for the following courses:

University of Pennsylvania:

  • Macro Theory II for Economics Ph.D. (ECON 704) - Prof. Harold Cole, 2014, 2015.
  • Introduction to Microeconomics (ECON 1) - Prof. Rebecca Stein, 2015.
  • Monetary and Fiscal Policy (ECON 243) - Prof. Harold Cole, 2014.

Universidad de los Andes:

  • Advanced Microeconomics: Game Theory (ECON 4113) - Prof. Paula Jaramillo, 2012.
  • Microeconomics II (ECON 2101) - Prof. Ana María Ibáñez, 2012.
  • Advanced Macroeconomics: Long Run (ECON 4213) - Prof. Marcela Eslava, 2011.
  • Linear Algebra I (MATE 1105) - Prof. Schweitzer Rocuts, 2011.
  • Mathematical Methods for Economists (MATE 2711) - Prof. Diego Escobar, 2011.
  • Introduction to Asymmetric Information and Auction Theory - Prof. Miguel Espinoza, 2011.

Instructor:

Summer Math Camp (ECON 897) - University of Pennsylvania:

2015, 2016 - Summer Math Camp for incoming Economics Ph.D. students at the University of Pennsylvania. I teach a two-week course on linear algebra, differentiation in ℝ and ℝn and the basic separating hyperplane theorems used in the existence proofs in Economics. The references for this part of the course are:

  • Principles of Mathematical Analysis, by Rudin
  • Real Mathematical Analysis, by Pugh

Syllabus and lecture notes

Exams 2016

Exams 2015

Instructor:

MATLAB Workshop (ECON 1303) - Universidad de los Andes:

2013 - Introductory course for Economics students at Universidad de los Andes, aimed at preparing students to estimate and calibrate Economic models. Joint with Nicolás Idrobo. The main reference for the course is:

  • Matlab: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving, by Attaway

Syllabus

Teaching Assistant:

I have been teaching assistant for the following courses:

University of Pennsylvania:

  • Macro Theory II for Economics Ph.D. (ECON 704) - Prof. Harold Cole, 2015, 2015.
  • Introduction to Microeconomics (ECON 1) - Prof. Rebecca Stein, 2015.
  • Monetary and Fiscal Policy (ECON 243) - Prof. Harold Cole, 2015.

Universidad de los Andes:

  • Advanced Microeconomics: Game Theory (ECON 4113) - Prof. Paula Jaramillo, 2012.
  • Microeconomics II (ECON 2101) - Prof. Ana María Ibáñez, 2012.
  • Advanced Macroeconomics: Long Run (ECON 4213) - Prof. Marcela Eslava, 2011.
  • Linear Algebra I (MATE 1105) - Prof. Schweitzer Rocuts, 2011.
  • Mathematical Methods for Economists (MATE 2711) - Prof. Diego Escobar, 2011.
  • Introduction to Asymmetric Information and Auction Theory - Prof. Miguel Espinoza, 2011.