My interest is simply that I want to teach any of the multiple facets of Finance and Accounting. My interest in Finance includes broad range of fields such as corporate finance, international finance, financial markets, money and banking, risk management and financial derivatives, portfolio management, and investment planning. Beside my strong interests in theoretical aspect of finance, I am particularly interested in application of quantitative methods in understanding of economic and finance phenomena. Recognizing that understanding of modern finance implies solid knowledge of microeconomics and applied mathematics, I have strengthened my skills in those two important fields.
Microeconomics’ topics that I am interested in are: budget constraints, preferences, utility; choice, demand curve, consumer surplus; intertemporal choice and interest rates; production: technology, profit minimization, cost curves; firm and industry supply; monopoly and regulation; oligopoly. Basic mathematical tools, concepts and techniques that I am able to use in modern economic and financial analysis includes following fields: linear algebra, calculus and unconstrained optimization, constrained optimization and dynamics.
I see my main purpose as being a resource to help solve problems and emphasize the application of analytical methods to theoretical fields of Finance and Economics, especially with respect to development issues. I strive to help all students gain a passion for Business Science and learning in general. My pursuit of higher education and being a researcher is partly due to several teachers who have inspired me and taught me necessary skills to achieve these goals. Now I would like to join their ranks and be a catalyst for others to fulfill their dreams. I believe my great passion for teaching, strong academic background and...