Miguel S Urquiola

Apr 2021

The class is pretty chill. You (unsurprisingly) review papers on the economics of education, but you don't have to read them too closely. The midterm isn't too bad, and at the end of the semester you have to give a presentation but that isn't too bad either -- the hard part is coming up with an original idea. The class lets you see the point of many of the tools you learned in micro and macro (although not really macro). Urquiola is also great. I'd recommend the class if you can get in.