Instructor, PS 324 Political Power in Contemporary China, planned in Spring 2023 (sample syllabus)
TA, PS 400 Chinese Politics, Fall 2020
TA, PS 120 Politics Around the World, Fall 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
TA, ASIA 378 War Crimes and Memory in East Asia (at Macalester College), Spring 2013
TA, PS 348 Analysis of International Relations, Fall 2021, Fall 2022
TA, PS 270 Understanding Political Numbers, Spring 2020, 2021
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In the summer of 2018, I taught at Beijing’s Veritas Academy, where I introduced basic concepts of political economy to an outstanding group of Chinese high schoolers and undergrads. Later, I developed a short, Chinese-language textbook from my lecture notes used for the course, aiming at Chinese college students who want to develop a preliminary knowledge of modern political economy.
I have made all lecture notes available for download. Please feel free to use or distribute it with proper attribution.
Chapter One: Utility Theory; Demand and Supply; Price Theory
Chapter Three: Corrections to Market Failure; Distribution of Public Goods; Coase Theorem
Chapter Four: The Principle-Agent Problem; Theory of Bureacracy and Delegation
Chapter Five: Public Choice Theories: Buchanan, Tullock, and Ostrom
Chapter Six: Theories of State-building and Social Revolutions
Chapter Seven: Theories of Revolution, Democratization and Democratic Consolidation