Contact:

Email: nyshadha [at] bc [dot] edu

 

Office:

Department of Economics

Maloney Hall, Room 324

 

Current Teaching:

Spring 2017

 

Econ 2273 - Development Economics, Undergraduate level (MW 3-4:15pm)

Office Hours: MW 12-1pm

TA: Ngoc (Jade) Nguyen; TA Email: nguyenqw@bc.edu

TA Office Hours: Friday 3-5pm (Maloney 323, Econ Dept Computer Lab)

Final Exam: Wednesday May 10, 12:30pm (O'Neill 253)  Description

Syllabus 

Lecture Slides:

Lecture 1     Lecture 2     Lecture 3    Lecture 4     Lecture 5    

Lecture 6     Lecture 7     Lecture 8    Lecture 9     Lecture 10  

Lecture 11   Lecture 12   Lecture 13   Lecture 14   Lecture 15  

Lecture 16   Lecture 17   Lecture 18   Lecture 19   Lecture 20

Lecture 21   Lecture 22   Lecture 23   Lecture 24   Lecture 25

 

Problem Sets:

Problem Set 1 Data  Answers

Problem Set 2 Answers 

Problem Set 3 Data Answers 

Practice Midterm

Problem Set 4 Data Answers Data - Answers

Problem Set 5 Data Answers

Problem Set 6  Answers

Practice Final

 

Readings and Other Resources:

Lucas Industrial Revolution article          Gapminder Data Visualization

Mankiw, Romer, and Weil (1992)          Easterly and Levine (2001)

Landes (2006)          Acemoglu, Johnson, and Robinson (2004)

Bardhan (1997)          

Chen and Ravallion (2008)

Banerjee and Duflo (2007)

Case (2005)

Pritchett and Summers (1996)          Fogel (1994)

Armendariz and Morduch (2004)

Kristof (2006)

Sachs and McArthur (2005)

 

 

Econ 8830 - Development Economics, PhD level (MW 1:30-2:45pm)

Syllabus        Presentation Scoring

Lecture Slides:

 Lecture 1  Lecture 2

 

 

 


Teaching Evaluations:

ECON 641 (Fall 2014) - Empirical Analysis of Economic Development

ECON 599 (Fall 2014) - Methods and Practice in Development Economics (Special Topics)

ECON 641 (Spring 2014) - Topics in Development and Applied Microeconomics 

 

 

Previous Teaching Experience:

Assistant Professor, Boston College

Econ 3386 - Public Policy Analysis, Undergraduate level (MW 3-4:15pm)

Syllabus        Presentation Scoring        Evaluations

 

Econ 8885 - Labor Economics, PhD level (MW 4:30-5:45pm)

Syllabus        Presentation Scoring

 

 

Assistant Professor, USC

Econ 641 - Empirical Analysis of Economic Development, PhD level (Tuesday 2-5pm)

Evaluations Syllabus  Presentation Scoring

Econ 599 - Methods and Practice in Development Economics, Graduate level (Wednesday 10am-1pm)

Evaluations Syllabus 

Econ 641 - Topics in Development and Applied Microeconomics, PhD level Evaluations  Syllabus

 

Teaching Fellow, Yale University:

Econometrics, Michael Boozer, Spring 2011

International Trade, Andrea Bubula, Fall 2010

Development Economics, Michael Boozer, Spring 2010

Econometrics, Michael Boozer, Fall 2009

 

Teaching Assistant, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania:

Monetary Economics and the Global Economy, Skander Van den Heuvel, Spring 2006

Honors Monetary Economics and the Global Economy, Martin Asher, Fall 2005