kristy kim

phd candidate in economics
university of california, berkeley

below are links to some of my course notes. they would not have been possible without some fantastic professors. all errors are my own.

industrial organization | uc berkeley | econ 220a, 2021 | b. handel 

behavioral macro | uc berkeley | econ 236d, 2021 | c. lian

public | uc berkeley | econ 230b, 2021 | e. saez & g. zucman

industrial organization | uc berkeley | econ 220b, 2020 | k. kawai

psych & econ | uc berkeley | econ 219b, 2020 | s. dellavigna

public | uc berkeley | econ 230a, 2020 | a. auerbach & d. yagan

macro labor | uc berkeley | econ 202b, 2020 | b. schoefer

info econ (micro) | uc berkeley | econ 201b, 2020 | h. ergin

metrics glm | uc berkeley | econ 240b, 2020 | j. powell

macro rbc | uc berkeley | econ 202b, 2020 | y. gorodnichenko

game theory | uc berkeley | econ 201b, 2020 | s. kariv

macro consumption | uc berkeley | econ 202a, 2019 | j. steinsson

macro growth | uc berkeley | econ 202a, 2019 | d. romer

math camp (econ) | uc berkeley | econ 204, 2019 | c. shannon

real analysis | uchicago | math 203, 2018 | s. hurtado-salazar

real analysis | harvey mudd (yt) | math, 2018 | f. su

multivar calc | uc berkeley | math w53, 2017 | m. hutchings

dev econ | uc berkeley | econ 174, 2016 | f. finan

environ econ | uc berkeley | econ c125, 2015 | h. ollivier

metrics | uc berkeley | econ 140, 2015 | e. duzhak

psych & econ | uc berkeley | econ 119, 2015 | d. acland

intermediate macro | uc berkeley | econ 100b, 2015 | s. wood

these notes are usually a rearrangement or a condensed version of lecture notes. they helped me study in two ways:

    (1) having information organized in blocks and segmented with transition sentences helped me understand the flow of topics; and 
    (2) since i could fit more information in fewer pages, it was easier to visualize the complete course map.

i hope they help you learn as well!

* because of (2), some of the writing turned out really small -- but all of the ipad notes are vectorized, so you can zoom in if needed!
** notes are probably most effective as a supplement to more detailed lecture notes