I am the Director of Undergraduate Studies (Curriculum and Students) at the VSE, where I help students with their economics program, and develop our curriculum for economics education. I also teach a wide range of undergraduate courses here at the VSE, focusing on how we can use economic intuition, modelling, and data analysis to understand the world around us. My pedagogical research includes developing undergraduate researchers, experiential learning, community-engaged learning, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. My economic research areas include applied microeconomics, and industrial organization.
I am an active researcher in several areas, especially economics education and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). My current interests include economics curriculum design, metacognition, and Indigenous economics.
You can find details of about my ongoing research and past publication on my personal website.