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I have taught the following courses:

 

University of Geneva (since 2015)

 

- International Politial Economy (Bachelor, lecture and seminar, ca. 250 students)

- Introduction aux Relations Internationales (Bachelor, lecture, ca. 400 students,

   co-taught)

- International Relations (Bachelor, lecture and seminar, ca. 60 students)

- International Politics (Master, seminar, ca. 20 students)

- International Political Economy (Master, seminar, ca. 10 students)

 

London School of Economics and Political Science (2011-2015)

 

- Politics of International Economic Relations (Bachelor, lecture and seminar, ca. 60

   students)

- International Political Economy (Master, lecture and seminar, ca. 15 students

   (seminar) / ca. 80 students (lecture))

- The Politics of Money in the World Economy (Master, lecture and seminar, ca. 15

   students (seminar) / ca. 80 students (lecture))

- Political Economy and Public Policy (PhD, seminar, ca. 10 students, co-taught)

 

University College Dublin (2009-2011)

 

- Introduction to International Relations (Bachelor, lecture, ca. 190 students, co-

   taught)

- Analysing Politics: Research Design in Political Science (Bachelor, lecture, ca. 190

   students)

- International Political Economy (Bachelor, lecture, ca. 50 students)

- Globalization Politics (Bachelor, lecture, ca. 40 students)

- International Relations (Master, seminar, ca. 20 students)

 

ECPR Summer School (2011) / University of Mannheim (2012)

 

- Time Series Analysis for Social Scientists (Master and PhD, seminar, ca. 25

  students)

 

University of Konstanz (2007)

 

- Game Theory for Political Scientists (Bachelor, seminar, ca. 15 students)

- Regression Analysis using Stata (Bachelor, seminar, ca. 60 students)