A presentation in Zhuhai, China in March 2019


Whether it is a discussion of economic issues, innovative ways to teach students, or issues regarding student success and retention, I love sharing my views with audiences and providing instant takeaways, insights, and a bit of fun for those who attend.

Here is a partial list of recent presentations:


“How to Run a High School Sales Competition” to Sales¬†Educators¬†Academy¬†Conference 2022 (June)


“Game Theory, Prediction Markets, and the 2020 Election: Lessons for Finance Professionals” to CFA Minnesota (May)

“Economic Retrospective” to Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce (April)

“Broadway Economics” to Thomas R. Brown Foundation (March)

“Inclusive Teaching in Principles of Economics” to Robert Morris University Economics Education Conference (February)


“Business and Economic Lessons from TV and Movies” to Pennsylvania Future Business Leaders of America (November)

“Economic Forecast” to Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce (June)


“Misled! False Economic Assumptions Used to Expand Government” at Kansas State University (November)

“Learning Economics and Business from Music and TV” at FBLA National Leadership Conference, San Antonio (July)

“How much is social media worth? Estimating the value of Facebook by paying users to stop using it” at United International College, Zhuhai, China (March)


“Using Experiments, Music, TV, and Movies to meet the PA Academic Standards for Economics” to Spring Teacher Seminar at Bloomsburg University (March)


“Broadway Economics” at Council for Economic Education, New York (October)


“Economic Lessons from the Musical Hamilton” at National Economics Teaching Association, Tampa, FL (November)