I have been teaching at NYU in the Finance Department since 2008, where I teach economics, finance, statistics, and psychology / behavioral econ courses.
I did undergrad at the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School, and grad school at Harvard.
I spend most of my time doing financial and strategic consulting to business and non-profits, or teaching at NYU, but I enjoy helping students on an individual basis, as well. Please don't hesitate to reach out if I might be able to help. I have lots of experience helping students that need a bit more help, from undergrads to experienced professionals with decades of industry experience. I'm happy to help with subjects in the areas of: finance (all subjects), economics (micro or macro), business math, stat, psychology, business ethics, behavioral econ, social neuroscience or neuroeconomics, decision science, management strategy, economic history. I have experience teaching in all of them, almost all in proper university classes.