Remy Levin

PhD Candidate – Department of Economics

Teaching Statement

Economics, as a discipline, has two significant comparative advantages over other social sciences. One is the theoretical framework of utility maximization. The other is its deep commitment to careful empirical analysis of real world issues that takes problems like unobserved selection seriously. When I teach students economics my primary goal is to teach them to think like an economist, by appreciating both these aspects of our discipline. This means ensuring that they leave my class better trained in the economic method than when they entered. To me this entails, in general, favoring conceptual depth over breadth.

Full Teaching Statement

Teaching Experience

Summary of Teaching Evaluations

Microeconomics

  • Principles of Microeconomics - Winter 2016
  • Market Imperfections & Policy - Fall 2015
  • Microeconomics B - Winter 2018
  • Microeconomics C - Spring 2016
  • Decisions Under Uncertainty - Fall 2016, Winter 2017
  • Behavioral Economics - Spring 2019

Macroeconomics

  • Macroeconomics A - Fall 2017, Spring 2017
  • Macroeconomics B - Fall 2018

Econometrics

  • Econometrics A - Winter 2019
  • Econometrics B - Spring 2018