As you can see, I had good intentions for this blog but never really got it off the ground. However, I am now going to try for real, and hopefully you will stay with me. One of the reasons this blog got ignored was that I was publishing content on more targeted blogs- for different courses, for students that work for me, etc. These individual blogs are listed below if you are so interested:
Ec10 Helpful Hints (Note: this is useful for all students studying introductory economics)
I am a Ph.D. student in Business Economics at Harvard University. My research is on behavioral economics, incentives and consumer behavior. I also spend my academic year working for Ec10, which is the introductory undergraduate economics course at Harvard. Outside of school, I like cooking, going to the driving range and playing with my dog Gizmo.
For more information, see www.economistsdoitwithmodels.com.