On this page you can find a link to the courses I have been teaching and a summary of my teaching output (prizes and students’ excellent results). Each page contains additional resources and explanations, meant to complement official scores and material.

Finance

Microeconomics Courses

Econometrics Courses

  • Introduction to Econometrics – EC220
  • Advanced Econometrics – EC312
  • Introduction to Quantitative Methods – EC408

Summary of My Teaching Output:

In the Academic Year 2016/2017 I was Highly Commended for Mentoring and Personal Development, a description is here. In the Academic Year 2013/2014 I was Highly Commended for Innovative Teaching from the LSE Student-Led Teaching Excellence Awards, find a description here.

In the Academic Year 2014/2015, while I was teaching the course “Microeconomic Principles II – EC202”, 48% of my students (14 out of 29) qualified for a Distinction (A or A+), scoring 70% or above in the final exam (the 3-year mean of students achieving a Distinction in this course is 22%). While none of my 29 students, failed the exam (F) scoring 39% or less (the 3-year mean of students achieving a Fail in this course is 10%).

In the Academic Year 2013/2014, while I was teaching the course “Microeconomic Principles II – EC202”, 55% of my students (29 out of 53) qualified for a Distinction (A or A+), scoring 70% or above in the final exam (the 3-year mean of students achieving a Distinction in this course is 22%). While only 4%, 2 out of 53, failed the exam (F) scoring 39% or less (the 3-year mean of students achieving a Fail in this course is 10%).

In the Academic Year 2012/2013, while I was teaching the course “Introduction to Econometrics – EC220”, 43% of my students (15 out of 35) qualified for a Distinction (A or A+), scoring 70% or above in the final exam (the 3-year mean of students achieving a Distinction in this course is 28%). While only 6%, 2 out of 35, failed the exam (F) scoring 39% or less (the 3-year mean of students achieving a Fail in this course is 16%).