I began teaching economics at Fullerton College in the Fall of 2000.
I also teach at California State University Fullerton, and I also do economic consulting, primarily for attorneys in
cases of personal injury, wrongful death, and wrongful termination.
My main areas of interest are in micro, macro, labor, and
legal economics, but I am interested in most fields of economics.
At Fullerton College I teach micro economics (Econ 101),
macro economics (Econ 102), honors micro economics (Econ 101H),
and honors macro economics (Econ 102H). I am also the advisor to the Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society.
I am married to a super-amazing woman, and in 2004
we welcomed our
first child--Thomas. He has his mom's good looks and his
dad's personality. Click
here for a recent picture of
Thomas, the future basketball star.
In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, traveling, and
OK, enough about me. I am totally dedicated to student success. Most people consider economics a tough subject. I
try to make it hands-on, and real world with lots of current
examples. I look forward to spending the semester with you.