course
Labor Economics

May 2013

Lalith is definitely a fan of his own research, and prone to telling us about each of his studies and particular areas of interest several times without remembering entire half-lectures on it before. But still. He makes himself very available, encourages discussion in class (although it is true that he isn't too kind to people who get it wrong, so just learn to shake it off). He genuinely loves the topic, and it's obvious. His lectures are clear, he treats students with respect, and there was a definite camaraderie - this is what I came to Barnard for. I think he's pretty funny, too.