I am a graduate from the University of Chicago in Economics. In my youth, I undertook challenging mathematics courses in order to expand his knowledge. Having graduated with every AP course offered, with AP Calculus completed by the 10th grade, I was offered a full scholarship to the University of Chicago.
I have dedicated my time and energy to learning from every honors course offered in my field of interest. Having taken honors courses in calculus, physics, statistics and econometrics, I was given the opportunity to take courses at the renowned University of Chicago Booth School of Business as an undergraduate. I have focused my interest in business and PhD courses offered in statistical analysis, such as time series analysis, limited dependent variable regressions, nonparametric regressions, and panel data. After graduation, I have worked in various research positions involving labor and income analysis.
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