The following list includes Northwestern Economics graduate and undergraduate student tutors. (It is prohibited for graduate students to tutor for classes for which they are currently the Teaching Assistant.)
You may be able to coordinate with other students for a group tutoring session and lower rates.
The Department of Economics makes no endorsements and assumes no liability for anything relating to tutoring.
Please contact econBA@northwestern.edu if you are having difficulty finding the right fit.
Additional NU resources:
- UES-WiE Office Hours
- Office Hours for your economics class (talk to your professor.)
- Academic Support & Learning Advancement offers collaborative peer-learning experiences to support undergraduates' learning in a range of courses. Students meet regularly with experienced peer leaders to review course content, work on problems, and prepare for exams. Their programs include:
- For other academic-advancement resources, including tutoring, campus academic resources, and advice on studying effectively, see the Academic Resource Portal.
|Camboni, Matteo||Econ PhD student. MECS 430, Microeconomics, Probability Theory.||Email Matteo Camboni||C|
|Campillo Betancourt, Eduardo||Econ PhD student. Econometrics, Stata, Thesis / paper help||Email Eduardo Campillo Betancourt||C|
|Cid, Diego||Econ PhD student. Macroeconomics (ECON 201-0), Microeconomics (ECON 202-0), Statistics for Social Sciences (STAT 210-0, STAT 202), Introduction to / Principles of Finance (FINANCE 202, KELLG-FE 310-0)||Email Diego Cid||C|
|Evdokimova, Anastasiia||Econ PhD student. Microeconomics, Health, Industrial Organizations, Labor, Gender economics, Game Theory, Probability and Statistics, R||Email Anastasiia Evdokimova||E|
|Fava, Bruno||Econ PhD student. Econometrics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Statistics, Calculus, Thesis/paper help (especially with R).||Email Bruno Fava||F|
|Ferrara, Andrea||Econ PhD student. Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Game Theory, Calculus, Probability and Statistics, MATLAB||Email Andrea Ferrara||F|
|Green, Gordon||Econometrics 281, 381, 383 and 480, Microeconomics 202, 310 and 410, Macroeconomics 201 and 311, Industrial Organization 349 and 350, Statistics 210||Email Gordon Green||G|
|Hu, Jingxiong||PhD student. Finance, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Probability and Statistics, Mathematics, Python, Matlab, Stata||Email Jingxiong Hu||H|
|Huerta, Diego||Econ PhD student. Macroeconomics, Industrial Organization, Political Economy, Matlab, Stata, Fortran.||Email Diego Huerta||H|
|Luo, Daniel||Econ Undergraduate student. tutor mathematics (any courses ≤300, as well as 320/321, 344, and 334), and economics (any intro/intermediate course, game theory, macro 316, metrics)||Email Daniel Luo||L|
|Mueller, Joris||PhD student. Econometrics (281), Development Economics, law and economics (351), Thesis / paper help||Email Joris Mueller||M|
|Murphy, Laura||Econ PhD student. Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Game Theory, Calculus, Probability and Statistics, MATLAB and STATA||Email Laura Murphy||M|
|Oh, Michael||Economics (undergraduate) Finance (undergraduate) Accounting (undergraduate)||Email Michael Oh||O|
|Pellet, Thomas||Econ PhD student. Macroeconomics, Finance, Money and Banking, Probability and Statistics, Analysis, Econometrics, Political Economy, Python, Matlab, R, STATA||Email Thomas Pellet||P|
|Petri Betto, Maria||Econ PhD student. Microeconomics, Game Theory, Econometrics, Industrial Organization, Statistics, Mathematics||Email Maria Petri Betto||P|
|Rachkovski, Genia||PhD. Student TA for Northwestern Microeconomics courses for the past 3 years. Microeconomics 202, 310, Labor, Development and Gender Economics.STATA, Thesis / paper help||Email Genia Rachkovski||R|
|Thomas, Matthew||Econ PhD student. Microeconomics, Game Theory, Econometrics, Statistics, Industrial Organization, Other Economics||Email Matthew Thomas||T|
|Velez Salamanca, Amilcar||Econ PhD student. Econometrics, Probability Theory, (Stochastic) Calculus, Microeconomics, Matlab||Email Amilcar Velez Salamanca||V|