Princeton University

2017 Spring
ECO 313 Econometric Applications
Teaching assistant for Professor Henry Farber
Evaluation: 4.1/5.0 (department-wide average: 3.6)
Course contents: Event study, panel models, IV, diff-in-diff, RD, time series, binary and multinomial choice models, measurement error, censored data, ordered response

2016 Spring
ECO 313 Econometric Applications
Teaching assistant for Professor Michal Kolesar and Professor Mark Watson
Evaluation: 4.9/5.0 (department-wide average: 4.0)
Course contents: OLS, panel models, IV, diff-in-diff, RD, time series, VAR, binary and multinomial choice models

2015 Fall
ECO 302 Econometrics
Teaching assistant for Professor Kirill Evdokimov
Evaluation: 3.9/5.0 (department-wide average: 3.7)
Course contents: “Introduction to Econometrics” by Stock and Waston

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  • “Mingyu was by far the best preceptor I've ever had at Princeton. He was incredibly helpful understanding the economic intuition behind the problem sets. He devoted a lot of time to helping us understand the class and we greatly appreciate him!!!!!!!!”

  • “Mingyu Chen has been an extraordinary preceptor: always available for clarification, both personally and via email, well prepared, and extremely kind. This has been vital especially has the workload for problem sets was huge.”

  • “Mingyu was very organized in his approach, making precepts a very efficient learning process. These were some of the most informative I have had.”

  • “Mingyu was a rock star! he was so helpful, patient, and good at explaining tough concepts.”