I have taught 5 classes, and co-taught 1 class at George Mason University over the past 2 years. I enjoy teaching immensely and strive to engage my students with the subject matter.
This course utilizes the tools of microeconomics to solve managerial decision problems. We use models of decision making to apply an objective lens to general decision-making in business areas. The goal of this course is to use analytical techniques and decision-making tools to analyze decision problems that business people and managers face. Principles of decision making will be introduced and applied to problems in the business world.
This course seeks to provide students with a framework of how economics can be used by businesses to compete and meet the needs of their customers more effectively. Students will develop their skills to apply game theory and microeconomics to solve business problems. They will use the tools of microeconomics to analyze the incentives internal to the firm and the market forces external to the firm. Each student should be able to apply and integrate relevant economic concepts to guide managerial decision making by the end of this course.
Public Choice Economics
This course provides an introduction and survey of Public Choice economics. This field is also known as rational choice theory, political economy, or the economics of politics. Public Choice applies the economic way of thinking to “non-market” decision making. This field applies the economic lens to decision making by individuals or groups of people who are not traditional buyers nor sellers in the context of traditional markets.
This course is an introduction to personal finance management. It is designed to give you practical skills that you can utilize to become financially stable and independent and to maintain financial stability.