Teaching and Post-graduate Supervision

My teaching philosophy is to make abstract concepts easy to grasp. I believe that since economics is a social science, anyone that lives in 'society' should be able to understand most of its principles! I apply this philosophy to my undergraduate teaching and postgraduate supervision. However, while in the former I feel like I am revealing well-known truths to my students, in the latter I feel like I am embarking on a journey alongside a junior researcher, learning lots of different things and allowing them to teach me as much as I could teach them!  


TEACHING

  • International TradeSchool of Economics, Finance and Marketing, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
  • Economía y Gestión Empresarial (MBA Intensive Course), Universidad San Francisco de Quito
  • Quantitative Methods, College of Business, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
  • Prices and Markets (Microeconomics 1), School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
  • Macroeconomics 1, School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
  • Macroeconomics 1, School of Economics, Australian National University
  • Quantitative Methods for Business and Economics, School of Economics, Australian National University
  • Microeconomics 1, School of Economics, Australian National University
  • Macroeconomics 2, School of Economics, Australian National University


SUPERVISION

  • Dr Alex Schulze (PhD in Financial Economics, 2017). Currently - Paul Weiss Lawyers, N.Y., USA.
  • Dr Jigme Nidup (PhD Economics, 2017)- on the job market.
  • Dr Lachlan McDonald (PhD Economics, 2014). Currently- ODI, Myanmar. 
  • Mr Nicholas Bodanac (Masters in Economics, 2014). Currently- Civil Affairs Unit, United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UNAMA).
  • Dr Hamizah Hassan (PhD Economics and Finance, 2012). Currently- Universiti Teknologi MARA, Selangor, Malaysia.
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