Visitors to this page may be interested in my Profile page, Job Market Paper, other Research Papers, Research Statement (which contains summaries of some of my research papers), Projects page (which details work that is not yet ready for submission to peer-reviewed journals), and my Job Market Applications page (which provides complete sets of job market packets).
My teaching statement, including copies of my teaching scores, is available as a pdf.
I would be comfortable teaching a wide range of possible courses at the undergraduate or graduate levels and am willing to be very flexible. I would, in particular, be very happy to teach courses in entrepreneurship, innovation, managerial economics, business strategy, corporate finance, or related areas.
I have significant teaching experience with both undergraduates and MBA students, including:
- U.B.C, Sauder School of Business: COMM437 -- Database Technology. This is an optional fourth year class in the undergraduate curriculum at Sauder. It provides students with both hands-on and theoretical instruction in database technology, from a management information systems perspective. I taught 20 students in the Fall semester of 2005 and was rated highly for a first-time teacher. My mean teaching effectiveness score was 4.16 on a 5 point scale.
Other Teaching and Service
Through-out my doctorate, I provided one-on-one and small (12 or less) group instruction to other students, particularly in the use of computer-based research tools and methods. I was awarded the 2012 Henry K. Hayase Award for my efforts.
My teaching scores are available as downloadable pdfs: