University of Pittsburgh John Duffy Pittsburgh Experimental Economics Laboratory

  I teach a variety of courses in economics at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. Here are my known defects as a teacher, as revealed in student evaluations: I can't hear very well and I sometimes talk in a monotone. I am a bit on the short side and have no fashion sense, so you will want to sit in the front for the best view. Finally, I like to teach stuff I don't know much about. This provides me with an additional incentive to prepare for class and also serves as a handy excuse when I am stumped by hard questions.

Spring 2014:

Economics 1200 (Game Theory)

Economics 2200 (Experimental Economics)

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