Teaching

My teaching History and Experience

Currrent Teaching

  • 1988present

    Business Statistics:

    Course Description

    This course aims to acquire a sound education in those statistical concepts quantitative analysis and their applications in the fields of business and economics. This course requires fundamental understanding of basic statistics like frequency distribution, averages, measures of variability, probability, confidence intervals. The course also recommends a prior understanding of software application SPSS,MegaStat for Excel and MS Excel. Course covers statistical concepts and methods like hypothesis testing, variance Tests, chi-Square analysis and ANOVA with an emphasis on business application. Emphasis would be made on the formulation of problems and their solution by standard methods or by computer packages.

  • 1988present

    Macroeconomics

    Course Description:

    This course introduces basic concepts and tools of macroeconomics. It addresses the economic problem, business cycles, consumption and investment,, measurement measuring economic actively, inflation and unemployment, aggregate demand and aggregate supply, fiscal and monetary policies,  international trade and exchange rates

  • 1988present

    Microeconomics

    Course Description

    This course is designed to introduce basic economic concepts related to individual decision-makers in the economy-households, business firms, and governments and how they interact.  Meaning, Nature, and methods of economic study are introduced.  Supply, Demand, and elasticity are used to analyze consumer and firm behaviors in different types of markets.  Rationale for various public policies designed to modify the workings of markets will be examined.

  • 1989present

    Statistics &Quantitative Analysis

    Course Description

    This course requires a fundamental understanding of basic statistics like frequency distribution, averages, measures of variability, probability, confidence intervals. The course also recommends a prior understanding of software application SPSS, MegaStat for Excel and MS Excel. The course covers statistical concepts and methods like hypothesis testing, variance n. This course discusses decision analysis and risk attitudes, inventory control, linear programming, transportation problem, queuing theory, and simulation.

  • 1984present

    SPSS SOFTWAE

    Course Description

    IBM® SPSS® Statistics Base gives you a wide range of statistical procedures for basic analyses and reports, including counts, crosstabs and descriptive statistics. Case Studies provide hands-on examples of how to create various types of statistical analyses and how to interpret the results. These examples assume you are already familiar with the basic operations of IBM® SPSS® Statistics.

     

     

     

  • 1988Present

    EViews software for Econometrics

    Course Description

    EViews blends the best of modern software technology with cutting edge features. The result is a state-of-the-art program that offers unprecedented power within a flexible, easy-to-use interface.A combination of power and ease-of-use make EViews 8,9 and 10 the ideal package for anyone working with time series, cross-section, or longitudinal data. With EViews, you can quickly and efficiently manage your data, perform econometric and statistical analysis, generate forecasts or model simulations.

  • 1989Present

    Managerial Economics

    Course Description

    This course is designed to enhance the understanding of microeconomic concepts from a manager’s point of view, that is, to solve economics related managerial problems. The focus of the course is on different methods that firms may use to price the product or products. It will also look at the firms behavior in different market settings with particular attention to the oligopolistic market and the application of the Game theory.

  • 1990Present

    Mathematics for Economics

    Course Description

    Mathematics has become the essential and single most important tool for economists to discuss economic theories and analyze the problems posed in economics. This is because mathematics allows formulation of key relationships between economic variables in the most simple manner and discuss economic theories with clarity, generality and rigor. The purpose of this course is to help students gain the mathematical skills they need to study business economics and have more advanced insight of economic phenomenon. The focus of the course is on calculus for functions of one and several variables. This will eventually lead us to understanding of multivariable optimization problems with and without constraints.

  • 1990Present

    Quantitative Methods

    Course Description

    This course discusses decision analysis and risk attitudes, inventory control, linear programming, transportation problem, queuing theory, and simulation. Emphasis would be made on the formulation of problems and their solution by standard methods or by computer packages.

Teaching History

  • 1988Present

    Econometrics I

    Course Description

    The aim of the course is to provide students with a comprehensive introduction to single-equation regression models of econometrics. Applying software packages such as Eviews and Excel, the course will discuss basic econometric techniques of Two-Variable nature. We will concentrate on the OLS model and the characteristics, assumptions, and the problems associated with it. The objective is to give a solid basis for future econometric courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

  • 1988Present

    Econometrics II

    Course Description

    The course is the extension of the two-variable model of Econometrics I. The course is to equip students with the knowledge on all aspects of linear regression analysis where more than two variables are involved. The models discussed in this course are multiple regression models, that is, models that are linear in the parameters but not necessarily linear in variables.

  • 2000Present

    Advanced Econometrics

    Course Description:

    The course is based on regression analysis (covered in Econometrics), and it gives a thorough introduction to the problem of endogeneity with possible treatments, time series regressions, linear panel models, and nonlinear probability and censored outcomes models.

     

  • 2000Present

    Financial Eeconometrics

    Course Description:

    This course focuses on the application of statistical econometrics to financial time series data. This course provides a broad, and systematic introduction to current financial econometric models and their applications to modeling and prediction of financial time series data. It utilizes real-world examples and real financial data throughout the book to apply the models and methods described.

  • 2001Present

    Feasibilty studies

    Course Description

  • 1988Present

    Intermediate Microeconomics

    Course Description

    The Course has a more in-depth look at the microeconomics issues discussed in the microeconomics (MGT 100). Topics include Consumer Choice Theory, Supply & Demand, and the Theory of the Firm and how it describes firm’s behavior. Using real business examples, we test the relevance and power of these economic theories and the extent of their strength and validity of predictions

  • 1988Present

    Intermediate Macroeconomics

    Course Description

    The course is a continuation of the Macroeconomics Course in that it analyzes the functioning of the aggregate economy in more details. The core assumption, this time, is the more realistic “flexible price” and macroeconomic models will be based on this assumption. Topics to be covered in the course includes long-run economic growth and its determinants, theories of macroeconomic fluctuations, and analyses of stabilization policies. The course concludes with an introduction to dynamic macroeconomic modeling and possibly real business cycle theories of the macroeconomy.

  • 1988Present

    Labor Economics

    Course Description

    The course aims to educate students to answer some of the basic questions of Labor Economics: “Why some persons choose to work while some others prefer to be unemployed?”; “Why some firms fire some of the workers at the same time that some other firms are expanding the labor force?” “Why wages are so unequal in different societies?”. By discussing the ways workers and firms respond to the changing conditions by changing the amount of labor they supply and demand, the course hopes that students who complete the course understand the mechanism with which the labor market works.

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