GSI Position description - PUBPOL 330

Microeconomics for Public Policy

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PUBPOL 330: Microeconomics for Public Policy
Dean Yang (
.5 FTE assignment

GSIs will attend all lectures; lead 2 discussion sections; grade problem sets and exams; assist with preparation of exams, problem sets, and lecture materials; and hold weekly office hours.

COMPETENCIES: GSIs will need to be proficient in microeconomics, having taken at least intermediate microeconomic theory classes or at the advanced undergraduate level. GSIs should be enthusiastic teachers and generous with their time.


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