I have taught courses in Economics, Finance, International Finance, Corporate Finance, and Forecasting to undergraduate, MBA, executive MBA, and Ph.D. students.

International Economics and Finance
(BPP/FIN 442, ERM/EXP/NIJ 483)

These courses cover trade and trade policy, international financial markets and instruments, exchange rate exposures and hedging, international capital budgeting, performance evaluation, and corporate taxes.

Taught to Simon School MBA and executive MBA students in Rochester and Europe.

Applied Time-Series Analysis and Forecasting
(APS 420)

Course covers modern time-series analysis and its use in corporate forecasting problems. Methods are primarily based on univariate, seasonal ARIMA models, but extend to multivariate problems like vector autoregression and time-varying volatility models.

Taught to MBA students at the Simon School.

Theory of Finance
(FIN 413)

Course provides comprehensive review of corporate finance.

Taught to MBA students at the Simon School. (Joint with Cliff Smith.)

Special Topics in Finance
(FIN 533)

Course surveys modern empirical research methods in Finance.

Taught to Simon School Ph.D. students. (Joint with Bill Schwert.)

Derivatives and Derivatives Regulation

Course surveys financial derivatives, their use, and the appropriate role of regulation in derivatives markets.

Taught to central bank professionals at the Studienzentrum Gerzensee.

Teaching Awards

Simon School Teaching Honor Roll: 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004

Perfect course and instructor ratings: "Applied Time-Series Analysis and Forecasting", 2001