I am currently teaching Public Economics and Advanced Topics in Microeconomics to third year undergraduate students.

At the University of Vienna, I taught Introductory Microeconomics for business students and a course in Decision and Game Theory. As a teaching assistant at LSE, I taught an introductory course in behavioural economics for third year undergraduate students, a third-year political economy class, second-year microeconomics, and introductory econometrics.

My office hours are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11.00 to 12.00 in room D334.


I have previously taught political economy and microeconomics to masters students.

Summer school

I have also taught intermediate econometrics at the Methods Summer Programme, and a course in the Political Economy of Public Policy at the LSE Summer School.


Formula sheet for introductory econometrics. This document lists some basic formulae to memorise for an introductory econometrics course (originally prepared for a course based on Chris Dougherty's Introduction to econometrics).

You can find results of my previous teaching evaluations here .