## Teaching at SUFE

**Advanced Macroeconomics, Spring 2015, Spring 2016**

This is a graduate-level course targeting non-Econ major master students with some background knowledge in economics. Prerequisites are calculus, basic probability theory and statistics, and advanced microeconomics. Programming experience is preferred.

The difficulty level is between a higher undergraduate-level macroeconomics course and a first-year Ph.D. course. The course builds from a static general equilibrium model towards a fully dynamic, stochastic neoclassical growth model, with each step directly linked to GDP accounting. A lot of the materials are borrowed from Stephen Williamson's textbook, Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde's slides, Per Krusell's lecture notes, and Dirk Krueger's lecture notes.

## Teaching at WSU

**UNDERGRADUATE**

ECONS 320

**Money and Banking, Fall 2016, Spring 2017**

**GRADUATE**

ECONS 500

**Macroeconomics Theory I, Fall 2016**

This is the first course of the PhD core macroeconomics sequence. The goal is to familiarize the students to the most widely used dynamic models in modern macroeconomic research and to introduce the relevant and basic computation technique. Materials are based on standard textbooks (e.g. SLP, LS) and lecture notes borrowed from Dirk Krueger, Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde, Per Krusell, among others.