I have taught macroeconomics, microeconomics and marketing at the undergraduate level.† At the graduate level, my expertise and passion at the MBA and Masterís level is Internet Business Models. In that class, we cover all aspects of a business model as they relate to the world of e-commerce. We spend a great deal of time on CRM (customer relationship management), web interface, personalization, communities, and procurement, and open source.

At the Ph.D. level I recently taught market design, which is the offspring of a previous course I offered at the doctoral level. This class, attended by doctoral students in marketing, economics, operations management, and information systems, covers topics from auctions and matching to procurement and supply chain to asset markets, and prediction markets.


Past teaching experience

Economics Courses taught: Market Design (PhD), Introductory microeconomics, introductory macroeconomics, intermediate microeconomics.

Business Courses taught: Market Design (PhD, covers auctions, matching markets, asset markets, credit markets, Internet markets, procurement markets, prediction markets), Principles of Marketing (undergraduate), Marketing Management (MBA), Internet business models (MBA), topics in e-commerce (MBA), and special topics in marketing (Ph.D., covered auctions, bargaining, and network externalities).