Teaching

I am an Associate Fellow of the U.K. Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) since July 2020.


Institute of Development Studies (UK)

Research methods week (2020) – PhD students

Lecturer – Topics: quantitative methods and surveys

Globalization, Business and Development (2020/21) – MA students

Teaching assistant – Topics: academic writing, reading, argumentation, presentation, referencing, literature review and research skills


University of Sussex (UK)

Applied Economic Topics: Brexit (2017/2018) – 2nd year BSc Economic students.

Tutor – Topics: (i) Immigration after Brexit, (ii) Econometric estimates of impact of Brexit on the UK economy, (iii) RoOs and Mutual recognition of standard, (iv) Trade with non EU countries and grandfathering, and (v) Trade in services

Development Economics Advanced: (2016/2017) – Resit MSc Development Economics students; Pro bono tutoring

Tutor – Topics: (i) Growth models, (ii) Foreign aid, (iii) Conflict, (iv) Institutions, (v) Trade and (vi) Industrial policy


University of Pavia (Italy)

Corporate Strategy (2015/2016) – 1st year BSc Economics and Management students.

Tutor – Topics: (i) Business strategy, (ii) Analysis of stakeholder, (iii) Innovation, (iv) Porter model and (v) SWOT Analysis.


Causal relationship: A Prezi presentation (in progress) – Teaching material

I have summarized the baby Wooldridge plus the econometrics I have used in my research so far in an easy to digest (Prezi) format. Every time I learn something more, I add it here, for storage. Maybe it could be of use for someone teaching econometrics. In case, feel free to use it: Prezi presentation


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