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I am a PhD student in Finance. I have an MBA and MS in Economics.

I am a PhD student in Finance. I have an MBA and MS in Economics.

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Hello! I am a doctoral student in finance. I have expertise in economics, econometrics, finance, and statistics. I regularly use STATA, SAS, MiniTab, and Excel. I have a Master of Science in Economics from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. I have an MBA from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. I have a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Economics (and a minor in philosophy) from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

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Hello! I am a doctoral student in finance. I have expertise in economics, econometrics, finance, and statistics. I regularly use STATA, SAS, MiniTab, and Excel. I have a Master of Science in Economics from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. I have an MBA from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. I have a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Economics (and a minor in philosophy) from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

My goal is to ensure that you get the help you need to succeed in your academic task. This may include diving right into the course material you’re currently tasked with, or it might entail reviewing the fundamentals if you need a refresher.

As a current PhD student in Finance, I understand the frustration and anxiety that comes when you need tutoring help. I hope to help minimize that feeling for you and make you feel confident in your study. I find that quantitative subjects are taught best with a visual approach first before diving into equations. I use a variety of graphing tools to work on problems electronically in real time, which help to solidify the concepts. Once the student understands the intuition behind the concepts, then it's time to dig into the math.

In addition to my doctoral studies, I am currently a process engineer for a large healthcare organization. In this role, I regularly conduct multivariate statistical and microeconometric analyses to determine the causes and solutions to out-of-control processes. I mentor executives on process improvement tactics and regularly teach classes on LEAN, six sigma, statistical process control, and data science methodologies.

Thank you for taking the time to review my profile. Please reach out to me to set up an appointment and we will create an action plan for you to achieve your goals. I look forward to meeting you!


Education

Ohio State University
Business - Economics
Webster University
MBA
Purdue University
Masters

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Subjects

Business

Econometrics,

Econometrics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in econometrics. Half of his doctoral training is exclusivity devoted to econometrics, which include OLS/GLS/FLS regression, time-series/panel regression, and other advanced topics (instrument variables, etc.). Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of econometric courses, including linear algebra-based econometrics, financial econometrics, and microeconometrics.
Finance,

Finance

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in financial economics, including financial econometrics. His doctoral training includes investments/asset-pricing, corporate finance, and financial research methods. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) focused heavily on corporate finance and financial management in the healthcare sector. Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) included courses on international finance, public finance, and financial game theory.
Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based macroeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on macroeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing, financial crises, and international economics. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced macroeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, public economics, health economics, wage discrimination, and labor/personnel economics.
Microeconomics,

Microeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based (and linear algebra-based) microeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on microeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing/investments, microeconometrics, and financial research methodologies to test microeconomic theory. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced microeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, and public economics.
Microsoft Excel

Computer

SAS,

SAS

I regularly use SAS in my role as a Process Engineer for a large healthcare organization. In this role, I regularly conduct multivariate statistical analyses to determine the causes and solutions to out-of-control processes. I use SAS for database management and econometric analysis.
STATA,

STATA

I have a PhD in Finance. I also regularly use STATA in my role as a Process Engineer for a large healthcare organization. In this role, I regularly conduct multivariate statistical and microeconometric analyses to determine the causes and solutions to out-of-control processes.
Microsoft Excel

Corporate Training

Finance,

Finance

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in financial economics, including financial econometrics. His doctoral training includes investments/asset-pricing, corporate finance, and financial research methods. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) focused heavily on corporate finance and financial management in the healthcare sector. Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) included courses on international finance, public finance, and financial game theory.
Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based macroeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on macroeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing, financial crises, and international economics. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced macroeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, public economics, health economics, wage discrimination, and labor/personnel economics.
Microeconomics,

Microeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based (and linear algebra-based) microeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on microeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing/investments, microeconometrics, and financial research methodologies to test microeconomic theory. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced microeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, and public economics.
Statistics,

Statistics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in basic and advanced statistics, and econometric techniques. His doctoral training is heavily focused on advanced statistical topics, especially econometrics (general regression, time-series/panel regression, matching methods, etc.). Eric is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt (LSSMBB) and regularly conducts multivariate statistical analysis in his full-time job as a healthcare process engineer. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced statistical courses, including linear algebra-based econometrics and mathematical statistics.
Microsoft Excel

Homeschool

Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based macroeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on macroeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing, financial crises, and international economics. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced macroeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, public economics, health economics, wage discrimination, and labor/personnel economics.
Microeconomics,

Microeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based (and linear algebra-based) microeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on microeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing/investments, microeconometrics, and financial research methodologies to test microeconomic theory. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced microeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, and public economics.
Statistics

Statistics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in basic and advanced statistics, and econometric techniques. His doctoral training is heavily focused on advanced statistical topics, especially econometrics (general regression, time-series/panel regression, matching methods, etc.). Eric is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt (LSSMBB) and regularly conducts multivariate statistical analysis in his full-time job as a healthcare process engineer. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced statistical courses, including linear algebra-based econometrics and mathematical statistics.

Math

STATA,

STATA

I have a PhD in Finance. I also regularly use STATA in my role as a Process Engineer for a large healthcare organization. In this role, I regularly conduct multivariate statistical and microeconometric analyses to determine the causes and solutions to out-of-control processes.
Statistics,

Statistics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in basic and advanced statistics, and econometric techniques. His doctoral training is heavily focused on advanced statistical topics, especially econometrics (general regression, time-series/panel regression, matching methods, etc.). Eric is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt (LSSMBB) and regularly conducts multivariate statistical analysis in his full-time job as a healthcare process engineer. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced statistical courses, including linear algebra-based econometrics and mathematical statistics.
Probability

Most Popular

Statistics

Statistics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in basic and advanced statistics, and econometric techniques. His doctoral training is heavily focused on advanced statistical topics, especially econometrics (general regression, time-series/panel regression, matching methods, etc.). Eric is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt (LSSMBB) and regularly conducts multivariate statistical analysis in his full-time job as a healthcare process engineer. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced statistical courses, including linear algebra-based econometrics and mathematical statistics.

Other

Finance,

Finance

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in financial economics, including financial econometrics. His doctoral training includes investments/asset-pricing, corporate finance, and financial research methods. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) focused heavily on corporate finance and financial management in the healthcare sector. Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) included courses on international finance, public finance, and financial game theory.
Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based macroeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on macroeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing, financial crises, and international economics. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced macroeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, public economics, health economics, wage discrimination, and labor/personnel economics.
Microeconomics

Microeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based (and linear algebra-based) microeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on microeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing/investments, microeconometrics, and financial research methodologies to test microeconomic theory. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced microeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, and public economics.

Science

Econometrics

Econometrics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in econometrics. Half of his doctoral training is exclusivity devoted to econometrics, which include OLS/GLS/FLS regression, time-series/panel regression, and other advanced topics (instrument variables, etc.). Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of econometric courses, including linear algebra-based econometrics, financial econometrics, and microeconometrics.

Summer

Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based macroeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on macroeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing, financial crises, and international economics. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced macroeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, public economics, health economics, wage discrimination, and labor/personnel economics.
Microeconomics,

Microeconomics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in calculus-based (and linear algebra-based) microeconomics. His doctoral training is heavily focused on microeconomic financial topics, including asset-pricing/investments, microeconometrics, and financial research methodologies to test microeconomic theory. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MBA (GPA: 3.92) included training in managerial economics. Much of Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced microeconomic courses, including game theory, industrial economics, and public economics.
Statistics

Statistics

Eric is a PhD student in finance (GPA: 4.0) with a strong background in basic and advanced statistics, and econometric techniques. His doctoral training is heavily focused on advanced statistical topics, especially econometrics (general regression, time-series/panel regression, matching methods, etc.). Eric is a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt (LSSMBB) and regularly conducts multivariate statistical analysis in his full-time job as a healthcare process engineer. In addition to his doctoral finance studies, Eric’s MS in Economics (GPA: 3.9) consisted of advanced statistical courses, including linear algebra-based econometrics and mathematical statistics.

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Knowledge, patience, and clarity!

Eric helped me through my MBA Managerial Economics course, and oh what a difference his tutoring made! Well worth his rate in gold! I was struggling to understand the concepts, but Eric was patient with me and created scenarios that helped give me clarity! I’d recommend him, for sure!

Quwania, 2 lessons with Eric

Knowledgeable, persistent, and a helpful attitude

Eric helped me with Stata and merging databases. He is knowledgeable, and he redirected well to find solutions on the fly when we got stuck with some commands.

Robert, 3 lessons with Eric

Very knowledgeable

Excellent tutor, especially with economics and math. I use him for graduate microeconomics and calculus, and he is very helpful and patient. He is very good at explaining economic concepts and how to solve mathematical problems. Thanks Kevin

Kevin, 4 lessons with Eric

Excellent tutor for Managerial Econ

Eric was very patient and thorough tutor. He went through my assignment with me explaining important concepts and also showing me how to graph attribute analysis and calculate percent change in variables, among other things. Great lesson!

Julia, 2 lessons with Eric
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