Dissertation and Working Papers

The federal reserve claims independence from political influence. The Fed’s economic forecast errors tell a different story.

The unstable money demand function can be a result of erroneous measure of money.

Adding variables to a VAR model may not solve the price puzzle but changing the policy indicator does.

The risk-taking channel of monetary transmission is a matter of the uncertainty of long-term interest rate and the term premium.

Recent Posts

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Teaching

 
 
 
 
 

Assistant Professor in Economics

St. Cloud State University

Aug 2021 – Present Minnesota

Undergraduate:

  • ECON205 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON470 Intermediate Economic and Business Forecasting

Graduate:

  • ECON570 Intermediate Economic and Business Forecasting
  • ECON605 Macroeconomic Theory
  • ECON670 Advanced Economic and Business Forecasting
 
 
 
 
 

Visiting Assistant Professor in Economics

Birmingham-Southern College

Sep 2020 – Aug 2021 Alabama
With full curricular and evaluation responsibilities:

  • EC360 Time Series Visualization and Forecasting (Approved)
  • EC201 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • EC308 Macroeconomics
  • EC303 Money and Banking
 
 
 
 
 

Instructor

UT Dallas

May 2018 – May 2019 Texas
With full curricular and evaluation responsibilities:

  • Econ 2301 Principle of Macroeconomics, Size 47, Fall 2019
  • Econ 2301 Principle of Macroeconomics, Size 26, Eval. 4.75, Summer 2019
  • Econ 2301 Principle of Macroeconomics, Size 89, Eval. 4.25, Spring 2019
  • Econ 2301 Principle of Macroeconomics, Size 35, Eval. 4.49, Fall 2018
  • Econ 2301 Principle of Macroeconomics, Size 12, Eval. 3.58, Summer 2018
 
 
 
 
 

Teaching Assistant

UT Dallas

Sep 2015 – May 2020 Texas
Teaching assistant for Dr. Victor Valcarcel:

  • ECON2301 Principles of Macroeconomics (2 terms)
  • ECON3312 Money and Banking (3 terms)
  • ECON7302 Macroeconomics Theory II (2 terms)

Presentations

Proposal of my job market paper.

Presentation of job market paper and the chapter two.

An organized individual brown bag seminar in Mays Business School.

The early version of chapter 1 in my dissertation.

Contact

  • 2024364829
  • GR 2.822, University of Texas at Dallas, Texas, 75080, USA