I am passionate about exploring the wide-ranging ways by which research can inform learning, to enhance student experience and the development of employability skills. My teaching incorporates reflective practice to create transformative classroom experiences, espousing pedagogical multiplicity by adopting approaches such as active learning, team-based learning, and student-centred education. During my career, I have had the opportunity to teach a wide range of courses, both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including macroeconomics, microeconomics, international finance, industrial economics, mathematical finance, investments, and quantitative methods. For a full list of the courses that I have taught, please see my cv.
Below is a list of the courses I currently teach on:
ECON 32191 — International Trade and Policy
ECON 20031 — Macroeconomics 3
SOCS 15001 — Power and Value: Perspectives from Social Sciences