My name is Jeremy Bejarano. I'm a Ph.D. student in the Department of Economics at the University of Chicago. My interests are in macroeconomics and finance, with a emphasis on asset pricing.



Current Teaching

  • ECON 21410: Computational Methods in Economics (Spring 2019)
    This course introduces the basic programming and computational techniques necessary for solving and estimating economic models. The course covers topics in numerical methods, such as optimization, function approximation, and Monte Carlo techniques, as well as topics in data exploration...

Previous Course Material


  • Interactive Plot and Widget Demo. Here I present examples of the kinds of interactive plots and widgets that can be easily embedded into a website using tools that work well with or are based in the Python/R ecosystem.