Naples School of Economics — Course Instructor

  • Statistics I & Statistics II (Ph.D. in Economics), Winter 2023 & Spring 2023
    • Description: A graduate-level introduction to probability theory, mathematical statistics, and stochastic processes.
    • Syllabus

Toulouse School of Economics — Course Instructor

  • Economic Theory (Master 2 ETE and Ph.D. in Economics), Winter 2019

University of Mannheim — Teaching Assistant

    • BE 511: Business Economics II (Master in Management), Spring 2014 and Spring 2018
      • Description:  An introduction to economic models of strategic decision-making and firms’ behavior in oligopolistic markets. Topics include output and pricing strategies, collusion, market structure, market entry decisions, and product differentiation.
    • E 703: Advanced Econometrics I (Ph.D. in Economics), Fall 2016
      • Description: A graduate-level introduction to measure-theoretic probability and mathematical statistics for econometrics and economic theory.
    • E 700: Mathematics for Economists (Ph.D. in Economics and Ph.D. in Business), Fall 2013 and Fall 2014
      • Description: Mathematics for graduate economics. Topics: preliminaries of real analysis; topology in metric spaces; linear spaces and matrix algebra; metric and normed linear spaces; differential calculus; nonlinear programming and comparative statics.

Yale University — Teaching Fellow

    • ECON 121: Intermediate Microeconomics (Bachelor in Economics), Spring 2016
      • Description: A first introduction to microeconomic theory at the undergraduate level. Topics: consumer behavior; uncertainty and risk; production and costs; welfare; partial equilibrium analysis of pricing in competitive and monopolistic markets; general equilibrium; public goods and externalities; asymmetric information and the lemons problem; signaling; moral hazard and adverse selection; policy issues on antitrust, regulation, and innovation.
    • ECON 115: Introductory Microeconomics (Bachelor in Economics), Fall 2015
      • Description: An introduction to the basic tools of microeconomics. It provides a framework for understanding how individuals, firms, markets, and governments allocate scarce resources, and how to design and evaluate public policies.