I have taught the following University courses over the years: Graduate and Undergraduate Linear Algebra and Mathematics for Economists (Cambridge, Princeton); Graduate and Undergraduate Public Economics (Cambridge, Cornell); Graduate and Undergraduate Development Economics (Cambridge, Essex, Princeton, Warwick, Columbia, Cornell); Graduate Microeconomics (Warwick); Graduate Econometrics (Oxford); Graduate Trade Theory (Essex); Graduate Income Distribution and Poverty (Princeton, Warwick, Cornell); Undergraduate Microeconomics (Warwick, Essex).
I have also taught specialized short courses for policy makers from around the world, most recently in South Africa.
I will teach the following courses at Cornell in the Spring Semester of 2018:
AEM6670/ECON7700 Topics in Development Economics (Note: First Class is on 31 January)
ECON7350/AEM7350 Topics in Public Economics (Note: First Class is on 30 January)
AEM7020 Applied Microeconomics (Note: Class starts 10 April)