Category: Lecturers and Visitors
Visiting Associate Professor, University of British Columbia
Teaching 2017-18 academic year: Autumn -Econ 265
Visiting Professor, University of Michigan
Spring Quarter '18: Wednesday 9:30am - 11:30am and by email appointment
Teaching 2017-18 academic year: Econ 178 - winter quarter. Econ 1 - spring quarter and Econ 198 and Econ 199 throughout the year.
Directs the Honors Program in Economics and Public Policy.
Teaching 2017-18 academic year. Autumn- Econ 140, Winter- Econ 101
Tuesday 3:00-5:00pm and by email appointment
Teaching 2017-18 academic year: Econ 101 - Spring Quarter.
Teaching 2017-18 academic year: Winter - Econ 101: Economic Policy Seminar
Nagore Iriberri is Ikerbasque Research Professor at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) since 2012. She works on behavioral game theory, experimental economics and gender economics. Her research focuses on the study of initial responses to games, behavioral responses to relative performance feedback and gender differences in performance.
Visiting Scholar from the Department of Economics
He is the James Burrows Moffatt Professor of Economics at Yale University
Interests: International Economics, Industrial Organization, Macroeconomics
Spring Quarter '18: Econ 50: Monday 2-3:00pm and Wednesday 3-4:00pm ; Econ 51: Monday 3-4:00pm and Wednesday 2-3:00pm
Teaching 2017-18 academic year:
Autumn - Econ 50: Economic Analysis I Microeconomics,
Winter - Econ 50: Economic Analysis I Microeconomics and Econ 51: Economic Analysis II Microeconomics.
Spring - Econ 50: Economic Analysis I Microeconomics and Econ 51: Economic Analysis II Microeconomics
Courses taught during 2016-17 academic year: Autumn - Econ 160: Game Theory and Economic Applications and Econ 202N: Microeconomics I for non-PhDs
Spring '18: Wednesday 5:30pm - 7:30pm or by appointment
Teaching 2017-18 academic year: Autumn - Econ 102A, Econ 137; Winter - Econ 102A, Econ 102B; Spring - Econ 102B
Visiting Scholar, BI Norwegian Business School
ECON 101 (section 3)
Economic Policy Seminar
6:30PM - 8:20PM
Visiting Assistant Professor, Toulouse School of Economics (TSE), Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse (IAST)
My primary fields of interest are Economic History, Empirical Political Economy, and Development Economics. My research is focused on the Economic History of the Middle East and North Africa, especially Egypt, where I employ novel primary (archival) and secondary (published) data sources.
Teaching 2017-18 academic year: Autumn - Econ 101.
I teach a broad range of undergraduate courses in microeconomic and macroeconomic theory and their policy applications. I also coordinate instruction by faculty and Teaching Assistants in our introductory economics course (Econ 1), and I direct our on-campus Summer Research Assistant program for undergraduate economics and public policy majors.
Teaching 2017-18 academic year: Autumn - Econ 165; Winter - Econ 166.
Visiting Professor, University of British Columbia
Visiting Professor, University of Pittsburgh