Teaching

ECON1401 - Economic Perspectives - Term 1 2020

Undergraduate course, UNSW, Business School, 2020

It is a very ambitious module, aiming at giving the students a crash-course on the history of economic thought while linking those ideas to current policy issues. On top of that, it provide the students with the appropriate tools to read and critique economic texts. Their historical understanding of economic ideas and their ability to propose a policy based on available evidence is then evaluated in a 3000 words essay.

ECON1401 - Economic Perspectives - Term 3 2019

Undergraduate course, UNSW, Business School, 2019

It is a very ambitious module, aiming at giving the students a crash-course on the history of economic thought while linking those ideas to current policy issues. On top of that, it provide the students with the appropriate tools to read and critique economic texts. Their historical understanding of economic ideas and their ability to propose a policy based on available evidence is then evaluated in a 3000 words essay.

ECON1401 - Economic Perspectives - Term 1 2019

Undergraduate course, UNSW, Business School, 2019

This was my first teaching experience. I started co-teaching this course with Gigi Foster in Term 1 of 2019. It is a very ambitious module, aiming at giving the students a crash-course on the history of economic thought while linking those ideas to current policy issues. On top of that, it provide the students with the appropriate tools to read and critique economic texts. Their historical understanding of economic ideas and their ability to propose a policy based on available evidence is then evaluated in a 3000 words essay.