Courses

This page contains links to all course webpages and their relevant material.

ECON 200 Intro to Macroeconomics
ECON300 Social, Economic, and Financial Networks
ECON332 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECON 430 Monetary Theory
ECON 484 Mathematical Economics
MBA622 Managing Risk in Global Markets (ELMBA)

Please learn how to use the following sites as under no circumstance will I email you your grades. Also note, I will NOT debate grades with any student, unless you have a legitimate concern about a grading error (mistakes do happen). However, if you need a certain grade in my course to stay in school, keep your financial aid, or some other reason, that is your responsibility, not mine.

JMU Canvas you access to the school’s Canvas interface where your grades will be posted.

JMU MyMadison will have your grades as they are posted. Note, I will not email you your grades, so do not ask.

Academic Calendar is where you can find out about add/drop deadlines. It is not my responsibility to add/drop a course.

Previous Courses

James Madison University

GECON 200 and GECON 200H Introductory Macroeconomics
ECON 300 Social, Economic, and Financial Networks
ECON 332 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
ECON 430 Monetary Theory
ECON 484 Mathematical Economics
MBA 622 Managing Risk in Global Markets

Skidmore College

EC 103 Introductory Macroeconomics
EC 321 Labor Economics
EC 339 Applied Econometrics
EC 361 Math for Economists

Brooklyn College

BUS 70.2/ECO 70.2: Corporation Financial Management
ECO 10.1: Elementary Macroeconomics
ECO 20.1: Elementary Microeconomics
ECO 30.2/BUS 30.2: Introduction to Economics and Business Statistics
ECO 31.1: Mathematical Economics 1
ECO 70.1: Money and Banking
ECO 76.1/ECO 728: International Finance

Baruch College: School of Public Affairs

PAF 9130: Economic Analysis and Public Policy
PAF 9170: Research and Analysis I

Baruch College

ECO 4000: Statistical Analysis for Economics and Finance (Econometrics)

The City College of New York

ECO 272: Investments
ECO 225: Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECO 104: Introduction to Quantitative Economics
ECO 103: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 100: Principles of Microeconomics