My name is Paul. I have previously worked as a Math and Physics Tutor (4+ years of experience) with the NASA Scholars Program in Los Angeles, tutoring college and high school students. In addition, I have assisted Undergraduate and Graduate students (including PHD, Statistics and dissertation writing, through WyzAnt-past 3 years) from UCLA, USC, UC-Berkeley, LMU, SMC, UCI, Cal-State Long Beach, CSUN, Brown University, Upenn, Harvard, UT, Vanderbilt and Colorado University to name a few.
Accounting has traditionally been understood as record keeping for purposes of controlling businesses in terms of incomes and expenditures. In working with USC and SMC students in their accounting courses including introduction to Financial Accounting and Intermediate Accounting I have worked to emphasize the non-obvious aspects of accounting that touch beyond profit making;These other aspects have bordered on accounting as a tool for processing information towards critical decision making within organizations.
Central to economics is the theory of demand and supply particularly for micro-economics which involves units of business and households with regard to the distribution of land, labor capital and entrepreneurship. Macro-economics deals with whole economies including global systems. I have worked with UCLA students on ECONOMICS 1 and ECONOMICS 2. In addition I have assisted USC students with their micro-economics and macro-economics including ECON 351 Economics for Business; with some MBA students at UC-BERKELEY I have covered projects and discussions revolving around MBA 201 Economics for Business decision making.