I have taught several courses covering broad topics in economics catering for students of different backgrounds. My teaching philosophy is based on three principles:

  1. Focus on the historical origin of economic concepts.
  2. Exploration of the connection points between course material and students’ background.
  3. Practical examples of economic notions.

Examples of the courses I taught:

Industrial Organization and Antitrust (module Antitrust) for undergraduate students of law (syllabus)

Introduction to Mathematics and Statistics for graduate students of international relations (syllabus)

Introduction to Microeconomics for graduate students of chemistry (syllabus)

Preparatory course in Economics for graduate students of economics (syllabus)