I am a Clinical Associate Professor in the Economics Department at Arizona State University, where I teach a mix of in-person, online, and hybrid courses.
I see economics everywhere and am passionate about using research-based teaching methods to show my students how to use economics to interpret the world around them and make better-informed decisions.
The focus of my research is on evaluating the effectiveness of novel teaching methods.
Come Learn Econ with Me!
Curious about what an economics principles class looks like? Check out what my students can expect to learn in ours.
Visit my Consumer Choice Videos page to watch this and the other videos I created with the folk at Marginal Revolution University.
Academic Positions Held
Clinical Associate Professor, Arizona State University, 2020 – present
Clinical Assistant Professor, Arizona State University, 2014 – 2020
Assistant Professor, University of Minho (Portugal), 2008 – 2013
Teaching Assistant, University of Minho (Portugal), 1997 – 2008
Ph.D. Economics, North Carolina State University, 2008
M.S. International Trade, University of Minho (Portugal), 2001
B.A. International Relations, University of Minho (Portugal), 1997