Econometrics using R
Empirical Methods in International Public Finance
Supervision of Master theses in economics
Econ133: Global Inequality and Growth
Applied Projects in Public Economics
Replication Studies in International and Public Economics
This course focused on several aspects of capital flows and emerging markets, providing students with the opportunity to engage in in-depth research in a specific topic. The list of topics is available on the website of the university. Students wrote seminar theses and presented in an external seminar with experts from a German bank. I supervised the seminar papers while conceptualization, grading, and organization of the course was done together with Professor Menkhoff.
This course provided an introduction to central economic theories of growth and development and the closely related theories of international trade. The topics covered included among others: growth theory, trade theory and the role of preferential trade agreements, the resource curse, poverty and the role of institutions. The class was divided into lectures in which the theoretical basics are taught and the labs in which academic papers were discussed in detail. I was teaching two out of four lab groups.
Workshop “Introduction to data analysis with R”
Invited 3 hour workshop with PhD students of educational science during the Degöb Junior Forum at the Joachim Hertz foundation, Hamburg, program online here (in German).